paul's boutique

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paul's boutique

We could spend hours in Paul's Boutique and Sound Central
On this particular day-o, we scored a Harry Bellafonte record for 33 cents.



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16 comments

  1. I know I say this every time, but when I see pictures of such familiar places, I get those pangs of sadness and homesickness- although it makes me so happy to see you're going to all those places!! Your pictures are always so wonderful, and reading your blog lately just brings me back home and reminds me of how amazing Montreal is. Thanks for giving me this little bit of home each time, and I definitely need a visit for Christmas.

    xx

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  2. That looks like a cool hangout!...Do they also play some of that great music while you're browsing?! I love it when they do that!! :-)

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  3. Wonderful! Awesome!

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  4. i love this! looks like a fun place to dig up interesting "new" things, and i can see how much fun you had doing it!!!!

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  5. "This particular day-o..." No you didn't :-)
    Great shots!

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  6. This place looks pretty awesome.

    Do you guys actually own a record player now or did you just buy the Belafonte record for the novelty?

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  7. Looks like a great space to discover on a lazy afternoon with a coffee. I love finding great records to decorate with frames or on plate holders.

    The Wanderfull Traveler

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  8. Oh my goodness this looks like the most amazing store!!!! and your photos of it are great!

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  9. Amazing pictures! Looks really nice!

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  10. That shop looks awesome, I especially like the photo with the record cover!

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  11. awesome shots! looks like a great record store :D

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  12. I love these pictures!

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  13. That store looks fun! I love record shops.

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  14. I love the flute pic. Made me smile. :)

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  15. I love all of these pictures!

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