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    Kariyer: Nice and affordable women's fashion

    by ATLC Written Jan 2, 2011

    I didn't mean to but the shop window was enticing so we went inside and came out again with a new short formal jacket and a soft silky golden blouse. All for very little.

    Nice staff!

    What to buy: Well made clothes (in Turkey) with a good fit and nice details and well priced. The formal jacket (as if tailor made for me!) was 69 euro. The blouse off a rack of sale items was 15 euro.

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    Street Market: On Saturdays

    by ATLC Written Nov 7, 2010

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    Lovely fresh produce on a small and pretty square. Beware of the cobblestones though!
    I made the photo after the market wrapped up, early Saturday afternoon. The square was just too pretty without all the stalls.

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    Butcher

    by ATLC Written Nov 7, 2010

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    I like it when butchers can tell you where their meat comes from. And it's all regional here.
    Beef, pork and chicken all come from producers in the region (Uddel, Wekerom and Nijkerk).

    What to buy: You can hire the butcher to slaughter your own livestock!

    What to pay: They have their weekly offers on their website: http://www.slagerbeert.nl/

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    Bakker Wegerif: A real bakery

    by ATLC Updated Nov 7, 2010

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    Bakery in Harderwijk

    This bakery has existed for 150 years and was lauded in 2009 with two stars.
    For Dutch readers, here's a newspaper article from the Stentor (april 2009).

    A book has been written about them too!

    But for me that's not too important. My eye was simply caught by the old-fashioned shop window that brought back childhood memories. It is 'Sinterklaas' time now and with that time come special sweets. Marzipan figures, pepernoten, boterletters, borstplaat...

    What to buy: This bakery has all those lovely marzipan figures that should be in every bakery shop during November until December 6th!

    What to pay: A few euros, depending on what you buy, of course.

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    Harderwijk has a exquisit collection: From the average to the weird shops

    by Pavlik_NL Updated Jun 23, 2003
    Shoppingstreets, always busy.

    With as highlight the here and there hidden weddingshops. Little, but with amazing original collections of cloths, gifts and rings.

    Of course Harderwijk has also it's standard shops like HEMA, Blokker, Bruna, Albert Heijn, D-Reizen, Steps etc. etc. but still if you look around you will find a strange antiqueshop or little decorationshouse.

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