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The GUM - situated directely on the Red Square - was already a sort of " Communiste shopping-paradise " during the old CCCP-times.
And besides its architectonic charmes and beautiful fassades and great glass ceiling - it is still one of the best shopping-centres in Moscow.
What to buy: You will find shops of all major western companies there, as it seems to be simply a Must, to have a shop inside the GUM.
Have a look for the great glass-roof that makes a great climate inside the building even if it is much too hot outside...
What to pay: Its a rather expensive place, but you have the best choice - and its open daily even at the weekend.
Written Feb 20, 2003
Corte Inglés is a Spanish department store. In the downtowns, it is a traditional department store. In the suburbs where there is more space, the Corte Inglés is a hypermarket, rather like Carrefour in France or the American Wal-Mart Super Centre.
What to buy: The question is what NOT to buy.
Written Jan 23, 2003
Käthe Wohlfahrt is a year-round Christmas shop in downtown Rothenburg ob der Tauber. They prohibit photography in the place, but the sign is so small or so poorly put that you don't see it until after you've taken the photo.
What to buy: All manner of Christmas ornaments and crafts.
What to pay: The prices were reasonable.
Written Jan 23, 2003
What to buy: Buy anything that will remind you of your trip decades later. Don't buy stuff to impress others or for any other reason than YOU like it and will bring back fond memories for YOU. I like to collect things so I have bought calendars on every vacation along with refrigerator magnets, keychains, and silver spoons. All these things are inexpensive and I can look back one day (even this day) and reflect on the wonderful adventures I was allowed to take part in. Thank you God!
What to pay: If you have some time, do a little comparison shopping. Usually souvineers in a city are all over the place and they are all the same, so don't pay 20-50% more when around the corner the exact same keychain costs less.
Written Dec 26, 2002
Open air market
What to buy: All sorts from fresh fruit to jewellery to ladies or mens wear. We bought a great Tee shirt for abur 12 euro and some very nice underwear!! Open on Satuday until 1.00
What to pay: ????
Updated May 24, 2006
Address: Near to the main church
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