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    World Spice Market: World Spice Market

    by joiwatani Updated Feb 7, 2009

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    This is the best store to buy spices in Seattle. The sellers combine all the spices you wanted in front of you to concoct the best curry to add on your favorite curry dish.

    It is very interesting to see this store because they sell all the spices that you can imagine used by all the people in the world! They have the spices of the eastern and western world, Mexican spices, Arabic spices, Mediterranean, Indian, Pakistani, Malaysian, Singaporean, Thai, Indonesian, etc.

    What to buy: Any spice you want and any kind of tea you can think of.

    What to pay: Since I come here often, I buy the spices in bulk so it cost me a lot but if you just wanted to buy a certain spice like the Sizchuan pepper, for example, a small bottle costs $4.00. My bill is usually $40-$120.00 but I buy in bulk and use the spices in two years!

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    Westfield Shopping Mall/South Center Mall: Check out the newly renovated South Center Mall

    by joiwatani Updated Jan 21, 2009

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    Just recently, the mall was opened to business and it is amazingly huge and spectacular! The old South Center Mall is now a megamall with new business establishments inside. There are more stalls than before adding more selections for shopping.

    There is also an AMC cinema added to the top floor of the mall and a food terrace.

    The mall has many brand name stores on top of the regular big outlets like Nordstrom, Macys, Sears, and JC Penney. The original ones include Limited, Gymboree, Victoria's Secret, Kay Jewelries, Americal Eagle, Body Shop, Sanrios, etc.

    There are hundreds of stores added to the original ones including Bebe, Cache, Hollister, H&M, XX!, Limited, Anne Taylor, Abercombie & Fitch, Coach, PacSun, etc.

    There are three stories of stores to choose from.

    What to buy: You can find anything here from jewelries, shoes, hats, etc.

    What to pay: Depending on what you wanted to buy

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    The street vendors of Seattle: Buy Barack Obama's sketches

    by joiwatani Written Jan 16, 2009

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    While going to the Martin Luther King's (MLK) 22nd Annual celebration of King County at the Paramount Theater on Pine Street, I found two street vendors who are selling great black and white sketches of the newly elected President of the United States Barack Obama.

    The sketches were okay and original. The street vendors also sell some presidential pins and pictures of the new president and his family.

    What to buy: Sketches of the newly elected president of the United States Barack Obama.

    What to pay: $25.00

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    Mariner's Outlet Store: Are you a baseball fan? Go to Mariners' store

    by joiwatani Written Dec 22, 2008

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    This is a specialty store. They only sell Mariner's stuff like Mariner's t-shirts, caps, shorts, jackets, and other memorabilia items.

    What to buy: T-shirts with the logo of Mariners' and Ichiro's name on it.

    What to pay: $28.00

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    Anthropologie: Anthropologie

    by joiwatani Updated Dec 4, 2008

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    The shop usually sells specialty items - mostly imported shirts, t-shirts, dresses, skirts, beddings, etc.. The goods are usually made of 100 percent cotton. The store also sells kitchen wares like mugs, plates, and other craft items. The comforters are usually quilted and hand-made from China or India.

    The store opens at 10:00 a.m. and closes at 8:00 p.m. on regular days Monday-Friday. On the weekends, the store opens at 11:00 am and closes at 6:00 p.m.

    What to buy: 100 percent cottong dresses

    What to pay: More than expensive than the regular goods that you buy at a mall.

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    Victoria's Secret: Victoria's Secret

    by joiwatani Updated Dec 4, 2008

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    This is a boutique that sells lingerie items. It is mostly crowded when they have sale items on their famous perfumed lotions.

    The store is neatly decorated and stocked with perfumeries, lipsticks, eyeshadows, etc at the front and the laced lingerie items are at the back of the store. They sell the most colorful bras, panties, sleepwear, shirts and jammies.

    The store opens at 10:00 a.m. and closes at 8:00 p.m. on regular days Monday-Friday. On the weekends, the store opens at 11:00 am and closes at 6:00 p.m.

    What to buy: Perfumed lotion- strawberry.

    What to pay: 6 for $30.00

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    American Eagle Outfitters: American Eagle Outfitters

    by joiwatani Updated Dec 4, 2008

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    This is a haven store for outdoorsy-type of people because these store caters to them. The store is famous for their outdoor wears: sports wear, climbing gears, etc. Their goods are good quality.

    What to buy: They sell mens, women's and children's clothers outdoor clothers

    What to pay: Depending on what you buy.

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    Gap: Gap

    by joiwatani Updated Dec 4, 2008

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    Gap is one of the popular teenager's clothing store that sells "hip" clothings and are averaged-price goods.

    What to buy: If you are in Seattle, and needed some emegency clothes like extra pants, underwear, shirts, pants, jackets, hats, etc., just hop into the store. It is very affordable.

    Men's and women's clothings, children's wear, etc.

    What to pay: Depending on what you buy

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    Abercrombie & Fitch: Abercrombie & Fitch

    by joiwatani Updated Dec 4, 2008

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    Are you travelling with teenagers and they wanted to have new hip outfits?

    Go to Abercrombie & Fitch! There is one located downtown for easy access. The store has a distinctive sweet smell when you get in. It's a store that caters mostly to teenagers. The store sells jackets, t-shirts, pants, etc. These are mostly casual attires, non-formal outfits for the young ones.

    For the young once? You can check out some of their t-shirts, too. It's kind of expensive but the quality of the products are absolutely great! It's worth the price!

    What to buy: Teenagers' clothers

    What to pay: Above average. More expensive than products and goods sold by Macy's because it is a name brand

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    Old Navy: Old Navy

    by joiwatani Updated Nov 30, 2008

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    It's one of the most affordable stores in downtown Seattle. Teenagers like this store because they can stretch their budget with hip clothes! Old Navy caters to children, teenagers and adults. You can find t-shirts, pants, jackets, socks, hooded jackets, etc. There are many things you can buy here. There are also good children's clothings from dresses to their regular daily wear. They also sell shoes and socks.

    What to buy: Children's clothings

    What to pay: Depending on what you buy. The price is usually cheaper than other brand name goods!

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    Banana Republic: Banana Republic

    by joiwatani Updated Nov 30, 2008

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    Running out of travel clothes? Go to Banana Republic. The closest store in Seattle is in downtown. The store opens at 10:00am and closes at 9:00 pm.

    What to buy: Mens and womens clothes.

    What to pay: Depends on what you buy. The clothes' prices are a little bit expensive compared to Macy's.

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    SuperMall: Shop at SuperMall

    by joiwatani Written Nov 30, 2008

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    This is the biggest and largest mall in Washington State, hence the name Supermall. You spend most of your time walking around the mall so, make sure that when you go to this mall you intend to spend your whole day there.

    The mall opens at 10:00 am to 9:00 pm and on the weekends, it opens at 11:00 am and closes at 6:00 pm.

    What to buy: Anything that you wanted and anything that you needed

    What to pay: Depending on what you are buying

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    Nordstrom Rack: Shop at Nordstrom Rack

    by joiwatani Updated Nov 29, 2008

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    This is my kind of store because the prices of the women's shoes are usually 40% below the original price compared to other department stores. Their signature shoes are also cheaper.

    The store hours:

    9:30 am -8:00 pm Mon-Fri
    11:00 am - 6:00 pm Sat-Sun

    What to buy: Shoes

    What to pay: 40% off the original price.

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    Factory Stores at North Bend: Shop at the Factory Stores at North Bend

    by joiwatani Written Nov 29, 2008

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    This is another factory outlet close to Seattle. This was built first than that of the Premium Outlets in Marysville, Washington. You can find a lot of brand name stores in the outlet.

    The store opnes at 10:00 am and closes at 8:00 pm. On weekends, it opens at 10:00 am but closes earlier at 6:00 pm.

    What to buy: Anything that your heart wants.

    What to pay: Should be about 20-50% less than the original prices of most items.

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    Seattle Premium Outlets: Seattle Premium Outlets

    by joiwatani Updated Nov 29, 2008

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    The Seattle Premium Outlets is one of the biggest outlest in Washington State. This is built close to the Tulalip Indian Casino. It is spread throughout the grounds of an Indian Reservation. Most of the shoppers here are bus loads of Japanese tourists.

    Since the value of the dollar is not as strong as before, a lot of Canadians cross the border to come just to shop here. You will always find a lot of cars parked with Canadian plates! They come here to take advantage of the sale price of most brand name goods like Coach purses, Nike shirts, Adidas, Banana Republic, BCBG Max Azria, Cole Haan, Guess, LeSportsac, Michael Kors, Polo Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, Tumi and more.

    The outlet mall opens at 10:00 am and closes at 9:00 pm. On the weekends, it closes earlier at 7:00 pm.

    Sometimes on the weekends, the outlet mall has free shows like there are bands or singers in concert.

    What to buy: Coach purses and many other goods

    What to pay: 50% off the original price

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