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    Sofia's Mystical Christmas: Wonderful Christmas ornaments and more

    by Gypsystravels Updated Apr 28, 2010
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    This is another shop that I love visitng when I am in Mystic. For anyone who loves Christmas and decorating for this holidays this is a must visit shop. They have everything that has to deal with Christmas.

    I love their unique ornamets and purchased a few, they also have Christmas plates and other decorations for the holdiays.

    We left here with a huge bag full of Christmas items for our new home.

    I just love CHRISTMAS.

    What to buy: Everything, anything Christmas!!

    What to pay: Depending on the item, can be inexpensive to expensive

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    Raining Cats & Dogs: Everything for that Pampered Pet

    by Gypsystravels Updated Apr 28, 2010
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    I really loved this shop. As an dog ower I like perusing any specialy pet shop when I come across them.

    Raining Cats and Dogs is a very large pet shop that sells of course everything you can want, need, desire, etc., for you pet. They have a large selection of clothing, leads and collars, porcelan animal collectables, toys, stuffed animals, beds, shampoo, etc.

    This is a perfect place to find anything you need for that pampered little pet.

    I picked up for my little Cookie a new bed as well as a lead and collar and a few plush toys.

    What to buy: Prices are a bit higher than those of Petco or the such, but it is a nice place to pick up that item that you can't find in your local pet shop.

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    Franklin General Store: A little bit of everything

    by Gypsystravels Updated Apr 28, 2010
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    Inside the Olde Mistick Village is the Franklin Store. It is a general store that sells all sorts of items. They range from books, soaps, gift items like ceramic and porcelan items, pins, Mystic memoriabilia, road maps, as well as a fudge shop.

    It is a nice store to wander around and we particularly liked the book shop area where many of the books are geared towards the mostly nautical reading.

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    Cape Cod Crafters: Local Craft shop and unique gifts

    by Gypsystravels Updated Apr 28, 2010

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    Cape Cod Crafters is located in a shopping center next to Five Guys Burgers off of Coogan Boulevard.

    The shop is quite nice offering an array of gifts and specialty items as well as crafts for that do-it-yourselfer as well as magnets, candels, Christmas and holiday items and so much more.

    We walked in to see if we could find a few items for gifts for some friends. We picked up a few magnets, a candle and Halloween trinkets for the house.

    Prices are reasonable.

    What to buy: Variety of specialty items for the crafter or do-it-yourselfer, candels, holiday items.

    What to pay: Inexpensive to average

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    Mystic Seaport Museum Store: Souveniers, Baked Goods and Fudge....

    by cjg1 Updated Apr 28, 2009

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    The Mystic Seaport Museum Store has a bit of everything in one shop: candy, baked goods, Christmas ornaments, jewelry, tee-shirts, housewares, candles, toys, books, candles, wind chimes, boat models and more. The shop is a nice size and located right before the entrance to the seaport. Liz and I perused the gift shop before walking the Seaport.

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    Cumulus: Mystic's own cloud nine

    by LowBrow Updated Apr 28, 2005
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    This shop specializes in funky, bold, unique, trendsetting wearable art.

    What to buy: Many one of a kind and handcrafted items, including jewelry, keychains, watches, handbags, sculpture, cards, etc. Eclectic to say the least. Inventory changes constantly.

    What to pay: You can spend as little as $1, or as much as $500, but you can find plenty of things in between.

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    Something for everyone...

    by dracko Written Nov 25, 2002

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    Main St. in downtown Mystic is home to dozens of little boutiques, shops, and galleries of all kinds. No matter what it is you're looking for, you're likely to find it there. Souvenir shops, candy shops, art galleries, nick-nack shops, you name it!

    What to pay: It's a tourist town, so keep that in mind. Prices are likely to reflect that fact, especially during the high season.

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