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    the Car Shop: Souvenir Shop at National Automobile Museum

    by machomikemd Updated Sep 10, 2014

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    a must for car afficionados and enthusiasts. After loads and loads of Thrills of seeing a variety of Vintage Cars which is like car porn for the Car Afficionados, you can head to the Souvenir Shop to crave your thirst for souvenirs!

    Their Souvenir Shop is located just after the exit area of the Museum and it occupies a large space in the front area of the musuem of which you can buy lots of car related items ranging from National Automobile Musuem Souvenir Items such as Jackets, Helmets, Baseball Caps, Driving Gear, Shoes and souvenir items such as post cards, maps, books, posters, fridge magnets, shot glass and anything related to the automobile.

    Shop Hours:
    M - Sat, 9:30 am - 5:30 pm
    Sun, 10 am - 4 pm

    What to buy: what else but assorted car souvenirs for the car enthusiasts like children's books, DVD's, Replica Signs, famous replica Gas Pumps and Gas Company Decals, Famouls Rare Oile Cans, Replica Antique Car Logos and Decals and tons of other souvenir items.

    What to pay: depends on what you buy

    memorabilias galore buy buy buy buying? grand prize! crazy
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    Jashan Market: Souvenir Shops in Reno

    by machomikemd Updated Sep 10, 2014

    lots of souvenir and other dry good merchandise in this general store and convenience mart all in one. It is one of the many souvenir shops cum mom and pop family mart in Reno and is located in Downtown in Casino Row of S. Virgina Street where you can get budget foods like hot dogs, burgers and microwaveable frozen foods and cheap prices and ice cold and other brewskies at a fraction of the cost of buying them at the casino bars and lounges and you can also buy assorted souvenir Reno Items such as Fridge magnets, Shot Glasses, Post Cards, Maps, Paper Weights and a lot more and at cheap prices.

    Opens: 24/7

    What to buy: all the food items and drinks and frozen but microwaveable foods that you can buy in a typical convenience store and also assorted stuffs like personal hygiene kits, tooth brush, prepaid load card for T-Mobile or A T & T and more and lots of souvenir items and lots of cheap brewskies and liqours.

    What to pay: not much, you can pay via debit card, cash or credit card

    the store inside souvenir
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    Riverwalk District Shopping: River Sundries!

    by Yaqui Updated Mar 20, 2010

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    If make it to Reno, make sure you explore the beautiful Riverwalk located along the Truckee River corridor. All kinds of cafes and bars, but plenty of gifts shops.

    All are located near downtown casino-hotels and Wingfield Park. Summertime is the best because its during the summer months the amphitheater plays host to free concerts and festivals.

    The Market is open 7 days a week, from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.

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    Walgreens: For When You Need Some Basics

    by SteveOSF Written May 30, 2008

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    A lot of visitors to Reno never venture beyond the casinos in downtown Reno, especially those who do not have a car. So travelers may wonder where they can get a few basic necessities. A Walgreens drug store is located on Virginia Street within walking distance of the casinos on the Circus Circus end of the strip. This is a 24 hour store complete with a pharmacy where basic groceries can also be purchased. It is located on a bridge directly over Highway 80. It has a large parking lot for those with a car.

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    Walgreens: A Cheaper Way!

    by thecatsmeow Updated Aug 7, 2005

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    Walgreens Drug Store is perched above Interstate 80 on Virginia Street. And is within walking distance of the downtown casino's. This means if you forget your toothbrush or other needed items you do not have to pay gift shop prices for them. Walgreens is also a well known pharmacy chain and if you have trouble with a prescription getting lost or stolen they may be able to help you out as long as you have all your info so they can contact your doctor.

    What to buy: I like to get a few days worth of drinks and healthy snacks to take back to my hotel room. Yes you can get all kinds of drinks for free while you are gaming but its nice to have stuff in your room for just relaxing. Also a good place to pick up the local paper .

    What to pay: A whole lot less then if you were to buy needed items at a gift shop on Virginia ST.

    Walgreens, Reno
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    Paradise Crab: Visit the Meadowood Mall

    by mcpangie Written Jan 30, 2004

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    This kiosk in the Meadowood Mall in Reno has all the accesories that you would need to keep your pet hermit crab happier than a clam.

    What to buy: I don't advocate you would actually purchase one of these little critters just because you are attracted to the bright colors in the display.

    What to pay: I never went shopping for a hermit crab before, don't know how much they cost elsewhere!

    Crusty Crab?
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    WINCO: Where to get groceries

    by renojedi Written Oct 2, 2002

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    This is by far the cheapest grocery store we have in town. If you are staying for a while stock up here. You will save at least 25-50% over the big chain stores like Albertsons, Smith's, or Safeway.

    What to buy: Just about anything. They always have the lowest price on milk for example. It is always at least .50 less than any store in town.

    What to pay: I usually can get a whole cart of groceries for less than $150.

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    Paradise Crab: Shopping For A Hermit Crab?

    by mcpangie Updated Jan 31, 2004

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    This colorful kiosk at the Meadowood Mall is so colorful it can catch the eye of a person as crabby as me.

    Hermit Crab
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