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    IronFeather Book + Zine Shop: Tiny Used Book Shop

    by freddyfish Written Mar 21, 2004

    Smallest Bookshop in Denver. They sell used books, magazines and zines as well as shirts and a few other odd things.

    What to buy: Old & New ZInes as well as Books. Specialize in Phil Jose Farmer and more.

    What to pay: $2 on average

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    Don't Go Downtown!

    by Hobbitual Written Dec 4, 2003

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    If you're here to shop than for God's sake, don't do it downtown or on the 16th street mall. You can find all the same stuff at either Colorado Mills Mall off of 6th Ave. and Golden or Cherry Creek Mall off of University and 1rst Ave. The former is way cheaper and just as good quality, the latter is pricey but designer labels. If you want rare finds like antiques or great used books, than all along Broadway is the place to be.

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    16th Street Mall

    by frantz Written Sep 17, 2003

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    This is a long street with all kind of shops.
    The good thing is that if you get tired of walking you can take the free busride up or down the Mall. The best thing about those busses is not that they are free but that they use alternative energy i.e elctric or gas powerd.
    If like me you don't mind walking than there is no problem. Specially if you like exploring side streets.

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    There are Several Beautiful Malls: Shopping Malls or Centers

    by DJStarr Written Jun 9, 2003

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    Denver has several beautiful shopping areas to choose from.
    * Flatirons Mall - just north of Denver, take I-25 to Hwy 36 (toward Boulder) It's about 5 miles northwest.
    * ParkMeadows Mall - south of Denver, take I-25 south to Countyline road, turn right-it's on the left side of the road.
    * Cherry Creek Mall - Take I-25 to Speer Blvd. (south) follow thru the city, start looking just past University. On the right.
    * Colorado Mills - south in Littleton somewhere

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    South Broadway Antique Row: Antique Row in Denver

    by DJStarr Written Jun 9, 2003

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    There are many miles of antique shops and cool retro and secondhand shops just south of I-25 & Broadway. Take the south Broadway exit off I-25 about 1/2 mile or so and start looking.

    What to buy: Antique furniture, artwork, architectural goodies, vintage clothing

    What to pay: Some shops are really reasonable. Some will bargain, too.

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  • denver malls

    by denver1982 Written May 5, 2003

    Denver Malls

    -Cherry Creek (Bus 83L) 3rd(300N) and steele(3200E) to jackson(3700E) (modern, kind of too expensive I have heard)
    -Aurora Mall (Bus 6, 15, 15ltd) at alameda(300S) and sable(14300E)(big and old)
    -City center aurora: (Bus 15, 15Ltd) at SABLE(14300E) and cedar(100S) near aurora mall(modern and outside)
    -16th steet mall (Bus: Mall ride, 30, 31, light rail route B) located downtown from 16th(1600N) and broadway(000) to market (1500W) hundreds of shops from cheap as hell to very expensive this mall is outdoors and there is shuttle every 90 secounds called mall ride thats free
    -Denver pavillions located 16th and champa(700W)along mall ride movies, bookstores and many high end resturants
    -LoDo which is from 16th (1600N) to 21st (2100N) and market from (1500W) to Platte (2400W) many bars and rich tourist shops
    -Arvada City Center: the essentials for everybody and many womens shops(Route 3) at Wadsworth (7600W) and Alameda (300S)
    -Park Meadows: huge mall like 4 levels at County Line (exit 195 and I-25)
    -Castle Rock factory outlets: cheap and big (exit 181 and I-25) 15 Miles south of denver
    -Flatiron Mall I-36 between denver and boulder in broomfield (huge mall, brand new)

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    by denver1982 Written May 5, 2003

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    Denver Malls

    -Cherry Creek (Bus 83L) 3rd(300N) and steele(3200E) to jackson(3700E) (modern, kind of too expensive I have heard)
    -Aurora Mall (Bus 6, 15, 15ltd) at alameda(300S) and sable(14300E)(big and old)
    -City center aurora: (Bus 15, 15Ltd) at SABLE(14300E) and cedar(100S) near aurora mall(modern and outside)
    -16th steet mall (Bus: Mall ride, 30, 31, light rail route B) located downtown from 16th(1600N) and broadway(000) to market (1500W) hundreds of shops from cheap as hell to very expensive this mall is outdoors and there is shuttle every 90 secounds called mall ride thats free
    -Denver pavillions located 16th and champa(700W)along mall ride movies, bookstores and many high end resturants
    -LoDo which is from 16th (1600N) to 21st (2100N) and market from (1500W) to Platte (2400W) many bars and rich tourist shops
    -Arvada City Center: the essentials for everybody and many womens shops(Route 3) at Wadsworth (7600W) and Alameda (300S)
    -Park Meadows: huge mall like 4 levels at County Line (exit 195 and I-25)
    -Castle Rock factory outlets: cheap and big (exit 181 and I-25) 15 Miles south of denver
    -Flatiron Mall I-36 between denver and boulder in broomfield (huge mall, brand new)

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    Bottles and more BOTTLES.

    by Grazina Written Mar 11, 2003

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    I feel at home in this sitting room.

    Again this shop has everything, even a whole room for just bottles. You can tell if a bottle is old when it turns colors....purple, blue, green, and I seen amber, if you collect enough of these bottles, you can set it up like what you see here, and the sun rays shines in and turns the whole house to a beautiful rainbow color.

    What to buy: I like to collect old bottle, but for you...what's your pleasure it's all here.

    What to pay: One coke bottle with the signature of the state it was bottled at, costed me $20.00.

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    Antiques for sale.

    by Grazina Updated Mar 11, 2003
    What to buy, what to buy?!?!

    I think anywhere in Colorado along side the road you will surely come across plenty of antique shops. And if you have ever been in one you'll know that they carry any and everything.

    What to buy: Whatever is you liking, like I said they sell everything amagineble. I went away with a copper horse lamp and some turn of the century bottles (I collect old bottles).

    What to pay: $$$$$$$$$!!!!!!!!

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    the Tattered Cover Bookstore.: Relax with a book in a comfy chair.

    by caffeine_induced78 Written Feb 20, 2003

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    the Tattered Cover

    The selection of books at the Tattered Cover leaves little of want. The only problem is the volume of books carried is not the best. Perhaps I've been spoiled by the Powell's bookstore in Portland, Oregon. What stands out to me about the Tattered Cover is the relaxed and quiet atmosphere. You can sit down in one of the numerous chairs and read a book before you buy it. They also have an espresso stand in both locations.

    What to buy: You may want to check out the outdoors section on the 2nd floor of the LoDo location. They have an excellent selection of Colorado outdoor guides.

    What to pay: anywhere from 15 to 40 dollars.

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    Colorado Mills Mall: Mall

    by RJ1967 Updated Feb 16, 2003

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    This is Denvers newest mall - and in my opinion, the best. The inside is shaped like a racetrack. You follow the track around in a big circle and when you have gone all the way around, you have been thru the entire mall. Theirs a food court in the middle where you can cross over to the other side.

    Besides the 200 shops in the mall theres a 16 lane bowling alley, large arcade, and an indoor skatepark - ramps for ppl with inline skates and skateboards

    What to buy: To get here go west on I-70 to (exit 263) Denver West Marriott BL. Turn right to get to Colfax Ave. Go right on Colfax. Then go to the first light and turn left.

    Mall hours are: Mon-Sat 10am to 9:30pm
    Sunday 11am to 7pm

    What to pay: However much money you have, LOL

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    Cherry Creek Mall: Cherry Shopping

    by KaiM Written Dec 4, 2002

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    Cherry Creek Mall is one of the biggest and certainly the nicest and fanciest mall in Denver. Several department stores and dozens of smaller shops.

    What to buy: Sports clothes, casual clothes, shoes - whatever you want

    What to pay: Pay attention to your credit card limit

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    16th Street Mall: Pedestrian Mall

    by Jim_Eliason Updated Feb 9, 2013

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    About 15 blocks of downtown 16th street are blocked off as a pedestrian mall and are filled with shops, restaurants and night clubs. A free tram runs up and down the street.

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    Is there a Doctor in the house?!?!

    by Grazina Written Mar 11, 2003
    Hi, I'm Dr Chiung or is the Young Chee :oP

    I'm telling you people anything you want, it's here. I found this old doctor bag, really who buys stuff like this anyways?!?!

    What to pay: Still $$$$$$$$, even if it's an old doctors bag.

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