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    The Promenade Shopping/Dining Center: First-Class Shopping Destination

    by deecat Updated Feb 25, 2005

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    Promenade is certainly a first-class shopping destination with nearly thrty of the area's finest boutiques, restaurants, and galleries. It has Mediterranean inspired architecture, tropical landscaping, and cascading waterfalls, which are a perfect backdrop for either a day or a night of delightful shopping and/or eating.
    June through October, Monday-Wednesday 10 am-6pm; Thursday-Friday 10am-9pm; Saturday 10am-6pm
    November through May: Monday-Tuesday 10am-7pm; Sundays Noon-5pm.
    When I was there, there were outdoor free performances, and people were seated outside cafes, coffee shops, and on benches litening and enjoying it all.

    What to buy: You are able to purchase:
    Mens and Womens Apparel at:
    Mondo Uomo & Donna
    Weekends

    Just Women's Apparel at:
    Chico's
    Jami's
    JCC
    The Produce Patch
    LaPetite Pomme
    Signatures
    Simply Natural
    WhiteHouse/Black Market
    Zola Keller

    Gifts for the Home:
    Agostino's Interiors
    Bonne Nuit Fine Linen
    Teak Experience
    Fussy Frog
    The Mole Hole
    The Paper Merchant
    Anastasia's Home Design

    Jewelers:
    Ltd. Art Galleries
    Jamali Fine Art
    There are also Restaurants and Night Clubs such as Aja Lounge, Bennigans's, Houlihan's, Roy's Seafood, Silver Spoon Care, South Bay Bistro.

    This is quite the place to be and to be seen.

    What to pay: Most stores are quite expensive, but the quality of the merchandise is outstanding. Live music plays outside, near the waterfalls. The landscaping is exquisite.

    Promenade Shopping Center
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    Sea Shell Shop: Gator Heads...Hmmm

    by tpangelinan Written Mar 1, 2004

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    You can't pick these up just anywhere you know. A speciality for sure. This place has everything you could want. The size of 2 football fields, plus a food court (seemed expensive), The shops were priced pretty good. Neat place to walk round, they had shopping carts shaped like fish and whales for the kids.

    Shopping for Gators
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    Route !: Decent vendors on Duval St. Key West

    by tpangelinan Written Mar 2, 2004

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    T-Shirts, Beach Towels (2 for $25.00) They are huge, and they are embroydered, not iron ons!

    What to buy: Low pressure salesmen. They will not nag you into buying something, which made them outstanding in our book! We like to be left alone to shop. They were around when we needed them, but low-key.

    Route !
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    Fishermen's Village: A fun place to shop for souvenirs

    by Jefie Written Jan 8, 2012

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    Punta Gorda's Fishermen's Village is located at the end of West Retta Esplanade, next to the marina. This large complex overlooking Charlotte Harbor features several specialty and souvenir shops as well as some nice restaurants. It's one of the top attractions in the area, and I must admit that I spent at least a couple hours wandering in and out of the little stores where I managed to find quite a few souvenirs. My two favourite shops turned out to be Bella Balsamic, a store that sells imported balsamic vinegar and olive oil, and the Beach Bums Sweet Shoppe, especially because of its pick & choose salt water taffy section :o)

    At the Beach Bums Sweet Shoppe in Punta Gorda At Punta Gorda At Bella Balsamic & The Pressed Olive

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    Walmart in Kissimmee: Shoppers wonderland!?

    by tracey.brownsword Updated Jan 17, 2008

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    Walmart -what can i say! it's huge. Depends how you see shopping in a huge supermarket that seems to stock everything!! Either a nightmare or a dream?

    What to buy: If you are after cheap gifts for the folks back home, then Walmart is a good place to get them. They do Florida/Disney t-shirts, postcards, fridge magnets etc and these are a lot cheaper than the gift shops in the theme parks and tourist areas.

    What to pay: How much have you got...!

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    Disney's Photo Pass - Best Souvenir Option: Disney World Photo's Last a Lifetime

    by MarieGutscher Updated Mar 13, 2007

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    At almost every Character stop around Disney World you'll find a photographer. Get the photopass card from the first photographer and use it for the rest of the day thus capturing all images on one card each day.

    What to buy: If you're looking for special souvenir's from you Disney Vacation just remember that those ears will eventually end up crumpled and forgotten, the amazing string thing (something my son bought) will end up broken and discarded.

    We got the photopass card and had photo's taken with every character possible along with having the autograph book signed.

    Yes it's expensive but at the end of the day you can spend an awful lot of money on merchandise that has a life expectancy of a year or so...or you can have an album full of family photo's with each character.

    Also, you will have the option of having all of your photo's put on a CD or you can go online (see below) and make your very own book! What a great lifetime lasting souvenir!

    What to pay: We spent around 15 dollars per 5 by 7. Expensive? Yes! But we had saved so much money using the meal plan and booking off season that we had the extra money to spend on professional photographs of our family. And of course, they're printed on site! No waiting!

    Mickey Marie and Goofy Good ride! Pooh Chip and Dale
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    Sawgrass Mills: the real one stop shopping

    by gwened Written Nov 27, 2011

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    yes the massive outlet mall shopping there mentioned above should be Sawgrass Mills in the town of Sunrise just west of FLL on the I 595 road.
    http://www.simon.com/mall/default.aspx?ID=1262

    not far from my old house, and folks go there to load up so it can be crowded.

    What to buy: the works

    What to pay: best outlet mall prices

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    Florida Taxes!

    by Fullmoonfever Written Jun 9, 2008

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    Sales Taxes
    6% (food, prescription and non-prescription drugs exempt).
    There are additional county sales taxes which could make the combined rate as high as 9.5%.

    Gasoline Tax: 32.6 cents/gallon

    Diesel Fuel Tax: 28.5 cents/gallon

    Local taxes for gasoline vary from 5.5 cents to 17 cents, plus there is a 2.07% gasoline pollution tax.

    Cigarette Tax: 33.9 cents/pack of 20

    I belive that hotel taxes are between 10% to 15%.

    The exact amount of all local sales taxes, gasoline and diesel taxes and hotel vary by location.

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    St. George Street Shops: shopping at St George Street

    by gwened Written Nov 28, 2011

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    yes used to lived 45 mins from it but a while back dont recall the time but it was early no late nights there. Anyway a quick contact to the tourist office will confirm it
    http://www.floridashistoriccoast.com/tools/contact/
    here is some info on the city n addition to looking at vT destination above for tips by posters like us
    http://www.oldcity.com/

    hope it helps

    What to buy: many stores small quaint shops all alone the street, see the imitation toledo swords

    What to pay: even if tourist city, small enough to provide good prices overall

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    Aventura: Aventura Shopping Mall Miami Beach

    by ak47uk Written Feb 9, 2004

    Aventura shopping mall has loads of shops and food to keep you busy for half a day, It is easy to get there from Miami beach and takes about 40 minutes by bus. Have a look at the link to the web site for more info.

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    Swapshop: Swapshop Fort Lauderdale

    by ak47uk Updated Apr 4, 2011

    The Swap shop is located about 30 minutes bus journey from Fort Lauderdale and it's about a square mile of bargains. Well worth a visit.

    What to buy: You can buy almost any-thing.

    What to pay: Clothes and shoes are a lot cheaper than the shops.

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    several see text: Best shopping in Florida

    by gwened Written Apr 28, 2013

    Aventura Mall, north of Miami. 19501 Biscayne Boulevard
    Aventura, FL 33180 tel +001 305 935 1110. over 250 stores and 24 cinema screens, with favorites like Barney, Bakers,fossil, gap, and Macy’s, JC Penney, Johnny Rockets burgers, and the Cheesecake Factory resto. webpage http://www.aventuramall.com/

    Bayside Market Place, on downtown city center Miami by the port of Miami. 401 Biscayne Boulevard Miami, FL 33132 tel +001 305 373 54 37. a wonderful tropical escape with boating cruises on Miami harbor and passing by the home of the famous. Souvenirs stores and great Latin American Cafe. webpage http://www.baysidemarketplace.com/

    Cocowalk Shopping Center, in the small chic community of Coconut Grove right in the middle of Miami by the bay.3015 Grand Avenue Miami, FL 33133 tel +001 305 444 0777. The cinema, the walks in a quaint village, Hooters’ on a nice breeze Florida night is sublime. webpage
    http://www.cocowalk.net/

    Broward Mall, right in the middle of Plantation a city near FT Lauderdale and close to the beaches. A huge place with wonderful stores to browse and eat. 8000 West Broward Boulevard ,Plantation, FL 33388 tel +001 954 473 8100. You have my favorites stores Dillard’s and Macy’s plus eating at Cajun Grill. webpage http://westfield.com/broward/

    Dadeland Mall, a huge shopping center south Miami and you can get there on the monorail public transport from city center Miami. 7535 N Kendall Drive, Miami, FL 33156 Tel +001 305 665 6343. You have here the Disney store, and Sephora, plus eating at Cafe con Leche, and Tango Grill. webpage
    http://www.simon.com/mall/default.aspx?ID=138

    Dolphin Mall, an excellent place west of the airport, you can get there by the Dolphin expressway from Miami Beach to NW 107 ave the mall is right up the street to NW 114 ave .11401 N.W. 12 Street, Miami, FL 33172, tel +001 305 365 7446 . My favorites here were the JC Penney store, plus the cinema, the outdoor live music events under the Florida sky, just sublime. come to shop or come to party is all here. Gap, Banana Republic, the Borders Book store, FYE Entertainment for great dvd,cd, and video games purchases, Mojitos Cuban Cafe, TGIFridays, for food eating, a great place for the whole family. webpage http://www.shopdolphinmall.com/

    International Mall, another dandy right next to the Dolphin Expressway coming from Miami Beach at NW 107 ave. you see it from the Expressway. One of my favorite restaurant is here La Carreta, Cuban Cuisine at its best. 1455 NW 107th Avenue, Miami, FL 33172, Tel +001 305 593 1775. They have a friendly JC Penney store here, a Toys R Us on the parking property, Dillard’s, and Mayors Jewerlers. webpage http://www.simon.com/mall/default.aspx?ID=141

    They have an association at Downtown Miami , Biscayne Boulevard to 3rd Avenue, SE 1st Street to NE 3rd Street, Miami, FL 33131 Tel +001 305 379 7070. webpage telling you all about shopping eating and nightlife plus hotels around this area is
    http://www.downtownmiami.com/

    You will find the Falls shopping center, an open air mall of great chic stores right off US 1 main road, they claim to be the biggest in the USA. Here you will find Bloomingdales ,Pottery Barn, Crate & Barrel, Williams Sonoma, as my favorites stores with eating places like Los Ranchos, PF Changs China Bistro, and TGIFridays. A wonderful shopping experience under the sun, but nice AC in the stores ::) webpage http://www.simon.com/mall/default.aspx?ID=1232

    Lincold Road, this is right on Miami Beach , a very nice shopping place right off the beach for about 10 blocks of stores, restos, art galeries ,nice. Go for the upscale YUCA restaurant while there. The News Cafe is a place to talk and mingle with the locals and visitors alike and start your day fresh with all the news!!! Not to forget Joe’s Stone Crabs restaurant, and the beautiful Art Deco hotels lining up Ocean ave. webpage
    http://www.lincolnroadmiamibeach.org/

    Sawgrass Mills shopping center is huge, I mean huge ,and Florida’s largest. It is in my home county of Broward, north of Miami and west of Ft Lauderdale. In the city of Sunrise, 12801 West Sunrise Blvd, Sunrise, FL 33323, Tel +001 954 846 2300. Saks Fifth Avenue outlet was my favorite, as well as Book-a-Million bookstore, Burlington Coat, Bed- Bath & Beyond, Dockers, Levi’s, and K-Bee toys, they have a wonderful role playing games complex center in Wannado City , The Regal 23 theaters cinema is excellent, Gameworks arcade for children, and the TGIFridays restos, around it, the Walmart store just outside, Rainforest Cafe inside, plus many more. webpage http://www.simon.com/mall/?id=1262

    Pembroke Lakes Mall, the closest to my house in Pembroke Pines , this is a nice family mall, very nicely done in a belle epoque art deco style inside. 11401 Pines Blvd., Suite 546, Pembroke Pines, Florida 33026, Tel +001 954 436 35 20. The great Toys R Us store, the JC Penney, American Eagle, Bakers, Bath & Body Works,Macy’s, Sears, Radio Shack, GNC, Churromania resto with Spanish churros pastries! An excellent food court with Nathan’s famous hot dogs, and Godiva Chocolatier. Come on in and relax. Webpage
    http://www.pembrokelakesmall.com/

    Volusia Mall, by the international speedway in Daytona Beach, 1700 West International Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach, Florida 32114. My old reliable place while in my college and post college days in the area. JC Penneys my old nice clothing place (purchase my wedding ring here lol!) , Sears for all those tools, American Eagles, the Applebee’s resto with succulent ribs, Radio Shack, and eat at Wetzel’s pretzels, Mr Dunderbaks german eatery, and Sbarro’s pizzeria. Great memories here, Webpage http://www.volusiamall.net/shop/volusia.nsf/index

    Altamonte Mall, Altamonte Springs, just before reaching Orlando coming from Daytona Beach on the I4 inter state highway on your way to Disney. Better prices ,great surrounding, nice place. 451 East Altamonte Drive
    Altamonte Springs, Florida 32701, Tel +001 407 215 51 00. Barnes & Nobles bookstore, Bahamas Cruise resto, Barnie Coffee & Tea, Perfumania, and nice surrounding. webpage http://www.altamontemall.com/

    The Shops at Pembroke Gardens, another distinctive location of fine shops and eateries near my old home and a family favorite. Here you will find the great burgers Fuddruckers, DSW shoe warehouse, Barnes & Nobles bookstore,and old Navy store. 527 SW 145th Terrace, Pembroke Pines, FL 33027 , tel +001 954 450 15 80. webpage http://www.pembrokegardens.com/

    A great area to do shopping,eating, drinking ,partying ,and all family fun in Ft Lauderdale is at Las Olas blvd area, in a quaint village atmosphere. Gourment farmers market, galleo belgian chocolates, are two of my all time favorites there. Mango’s , Cafe la Bonne Crepe ,and the Café de Paris are fine eating habits of the family when in the area. You will find in the link info on hotels ,art galleries ,and many other tidbits of the area, if need more let me know, dont want to write a book ,its just a blog Lol!! http://www.lasolasboulevard.com/

    Centro YBOR in Tampa is another wonderful Florida combination of shopping, Food, and games for the whole family. Another favorite when visiting relatives or Busch Gardens. An escape when coming to play soccer at the Univ level Div 2,and summer leagues semipro Lol!!! One of the oldest and the oldest Cuban enclave in the USA. 1600 East 8th Avenue, Tampa, Fl 33605. Get on the Muvico theater for great movies, try Hamburger”s Mary for the real beefeater in you, try a homemade beer at Tampa Brewing. See a Cuban cigar being roll in front of your eyes ,and many more. Webpage http://www.centroybor.com/

    St Augustine Premium Outlet, its an outlet stores mall in the historical city north of Daytona Beach, was a family hangout for lunches many weekends. The city of Saint Augustine is the oldest city in the USA, founded by Spaniards in 1565. Jockey, banana republic,levi’s are all great here, as well as Van Heusen shirts, Carters and Oshkosh B’ gosh were our daily routine for our kids growing up ,Bass shoes were my favorites, and the Book Warehouse. 2700 State Road 16, St. Augustine, FL 32092, tel +001 904 825-1555. webpage http://www.premiumoutlets.com/outlets/outlet.asp?id=55

    A similar outfit was visited too in International Drive, Orlando near Disney, at the Orlando Premium Outlet mall, 4951 International Drive, Orlando, FL 32819 . tel +001 407 352 9600 . Favorites here were façonnable, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Samsonite (where I bought my first luggage for Europe!) , and the usual Sbarro pizzeria chain. webpage http://www.premiumoutlets.com/outlets/outlet.asp?id=96

    Town Center at Boca Raton, to go up and get some French goodies we usually stop at this shopping center, great stores in a very nice setting. For Sephora and Godiva Chocolates indeed !!! 6000 Glades Road, Boca Raton, FL 33431. tel +001 561 368 60 01. You go there from Miami on best by I95 north to Glades Rd exit and follow to mall at town center drive left. webpage http://www.simon.com/mall/?id=144

    I became a wine aficionado while working at an ABC store in Ormond Beach while my college years, and was in charge of stock and ordering the wine section. 725 South Yonge Street, Ormond Beach ,that is the US 1 highway near the intersection with Granada Blvd going to the beach about 6 miles. I did shop in their Aventura, Fl store at 16355 Biscayne blvd.. , so the overall webpage is http://www.abcfws.com/. Later on as I moved south, my interest turn to Crown a more French look and friendly folks which I entertain for years there, guided by able senior wine purchaser Chip Cassidy. My favorites stores were in the north Miami area at 12555 Biscayne blvd, North Miami ,33181 tel +001 305-892-9463. and the most frequented for wine tastings and shopping was at 1590 South Dixie highway, Coral Gables, 33146 tel +001 786-621-9463. webpage here http://www.crownwineandspirits.com/

    What to buy: many things as to each stores choices above

    What to pay: best prices in large shopping centers but some smaller may do it too

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    Coco Walk: wonderful mediterranean shops and night

    by gwened Written Jul 31, 2013

    This is one of the tops spots in Miami in the enclave of Coconut Grove off the US 1. You have many nice trendy stores here, nice library, and many restaurants including a disco. All in a mediterranean layout architecture.

    Gap ,guayabera world ,and then cheesecake factory and the bistro were my favorites, the place has great night entertainement more mature adults to get into the groovy.

    So it serves as a shopping and nightlife tip as well.

    What to buy: souvenirs, books, gifts and the best is the food at the many restaurants at night or day

    What to pay: upscale place but accessable prices

    intersection facing Coco Walk complex approaching the coco walk complex
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    Dolphin mall: big mall shopping in city Dolphin

    by gwened Written Jul 31, 2013

    One of the best if not the best mall in Miami inland, the Dolphin has entertainment, shops, restaurants movies games, the works for the entire family.

    It was one of our favorites when living there and always look forward to come back to it. open 10 to 21h30 everynight
    This is what the site says, better than I can explain it

    Dolphin Mall is the largest, most exciting shopping and entertainment destination in Miami. Dolphin Mall, a beautiful, state-of-the-art value center, brings you the finest fashion including stores not found anywhere else in the county such as Bloomingdale's The Outlet Store, Coach Factory Store, Last Call by Neiman Marcus, and Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5th, to name a few. Dolphin Mall also offers dining and family entertainment options in a beautiful and electrifying setting.

    •Conveniently situated just five miles west of Miami International Airport at the intersection of the Dolphin Expressway (836) and the Florida Turnpike
    •Direct access from Florida Turnpike's Exit 27 (Dolphin Mall Exit / NW 12 St.)
    •Featuring a convenient race track layout for easy-access shopping
    Dolphin Mall has been specifically designed to reflect Miami's rich, multicultural heritage.
    •Ramblas (Walk) - A lively village square full of exciting restaurants and entertainment venues.
    •Playa (Beach) - South Beach-style shopping for casual apparel, accessories and charming home decor.
    •Moda (Style) - Our own fashion district with chic boutiques and hip outlets.

    Restos such as

    •Atrio Cafe - Hacienda-style, Food Court with several different world cuisines to choose from, a fun-filled children's area and a stunning array of skylights.
    •Ramblas Plaza - A variety of dining options, including Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar, Catch of the Day, Charcoal's Latin Grill / La Fogata, Cool de Sac, Dave & Buster's, Johnny Rockets, KOBE Japanese Steak & Seafood, Mojitos Cuban Cuisine, P.F. Chang's China Bistro, Rotelli Pizza & Pasta, T.G.I. Friday's, Taverna Opa, Texas de Brazil Churrascaria, The Cheesecake Factory, and more!

    all around a great shopping center experience in inland Miami

    What to buy: clothing, shoes, gifts ,music movies and food outlets

    What to pay: best popular prices for the popular brands

    Ramblas alley shops and restos wing at Dolphin cinemas at Dolphin side entrance borders book shop of dolphin Dolphin mall entertainement outside!
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    Bayside Market Place: All in one at Bayside

    by gwened Written Jul 31, 2013

    This is right next to the bay of miami and alongside the port of miami and just across the big Biscayne blvd to the city center stores and business district.

    The back is out to water taxi, cruises and boat rides, while overlooking the great bridge to Miami Beach and the wonderful boat marina. You can layback into wonderful restaurants here and shops Miami style very much into brands and souvenirs
    Open 10h to 22h or 10 pm

    one of our favorites and a must when visiting Miami

    What to buy: clothings, souvenirs, food and people watching at its Miami best.

    What to pay: prices in tourist area but reasonable to the place and very Miami

    Heritage of Miami cruise boat the I395 bridge to Miami Beach from Bayside The Bayside Marketplace bay side
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