The goods are laid out on tables and you can walk round easily. Some stalls specialise in a certain field (for example, there is one stall which has an excellent selection of books on film and theatre with a great choice of biographies), but most have a diverse range of books so it's best to have a good rummage around.
The atmosphere is laid-back and you can browse at leisure. There's no hassle to buy and prices are reasonable. It's also possible with some vendors to sort out a price for a couple of items together.
This market is best in summer when you can stroll in the sun, make a couple of purchases, and then sit in front of the South Bank complex with a drink to enjoy your purchases.
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November 30, 2008
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July 15, 2003
From journal Summer in the City