Re: [miniaturebooks] French miniature books
- Hello fellow Miniature Books members,
I have opened an old fashioned house on the North Fork of Long Island with
the purpose of offering some repose,inspiration and an economical break from
hot asphalt. It is a word-of-mouth affair as I am interested in guests who
share my interests- especially writers, readers, artists and academics. It
has a desk in every room and alot of light in the 19th century mode. Easy to
get to and you don't need a car.
Available by day,weekend,week or longer- rooms or whole house.
I live next door below my barn studio.
website is; www.theinkhotel.com
Write with questions, for rates and whatever
On Fri, May 21, 2010 at 6:13 AM, Neale M Albert <nalbert@...>wrote:
> I forgot to mention that the price of the miniature library is 9,000
> euros !
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