Books & Books MIA Shops · Miami International Airport (MIA)April 11, One of the most interesting bookstores. It's the only store I see where I have to go to a security office to have a background check befor e I can see the store buyer every visit. That's why it's so important not to have a police record if you want to be a publishers representative! Once, with my escort Katherine Wakefield, the store's assistant manager, I even went outside the concourse to where the planes were parked to get to another door and get back into the terminal. It was quite the adventure! One of the things that is so impressive about BookLink is the inventory.
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The hotel has been refurbished nicely and service and staff were friendly and helpful. We were traveling with our young dog and Aloft was so welcoming to us and our 'baby'. The hotel is new, contemporary, and comfortable. The location is awesome I will be searching wherever I travel for an Aloft hotel. From the airport, we walked outside to the curb and waited for the Red Roof Inn shuttle which came in about 20 minutes.
For the latest on flights and Hurricane Irma, please check with your airline. We also encourage you to follow us on Twitter for updates. There are approximately existing retail, duty free and food and beverage locations at MIA. The North Terminal has , square feet of existing concessions space. The majority of the concession space is located in the pre-security portion of the Terminal. Existing concessions include 6 duty free stores, 7 news and gift stores, 18 specialty retail store and 24 food and beverage locations totaling 72, square feet.
Credit: booksandbooks. He also runs the Miami International Book Fair, where nearly prominent authors gather to read every November, and nearly all of his bookstores have had full-scale cafes added on to them as well. But do call first to inquire. Special events and readings are always going on. Credit: thebookstoreinthegrove.
Transportation centers jumped on the "shop local" bandwagon decades ago. In , Renaissance Book Shop opened what may have been the first used independent bookstore at an airport at General Mitchell International Airport in Milwaukee, Wis. International Airport. More recently, airport and travel plaza store operators have been embracing the shop local movement as requests for local book-related RFPs continue to proliferate. Smaller operators, too, are striving for more of an indie hue. Faber has also become more aggressive about hiring well-read staff, supporting the Indie Next list and using indie shelf talkers. It's also selling many similar types of books, particularly crossover YA.