This is one of the most famous stores in NY, though I thought it was somewhat dated. I was obliged to take a photo of the stairs, but not to keep and relic, rather because it has changed since the opening. Moreover, it is nothing like El Corte Ingles, which I am accustomed to.
When you are in New York, you must go to this place. From here, you will see magnificent views of the Brooklyn Bridge, several restaurants where you can eat at an affordable price. Facing South Street Seaport (across the road) you find a pedestrian street with the Abercrimbie & Fitch store in NY. The advantage of this store is that it is not as crowded as the Fifth Avenue store, so it's more comfortable in choosing what to buy. From South Street Seaport you can walk to Zone 0 and the Brooklyn Bridge.
My husband and I walked over 3 miles from our hotel to the pier and back and it was a blast! We walked with our son in his stroller and just explored the whole area. There's a TON to do here and the sea lions were everything you see on tv.
Located in the bustling heart of The Strip, this is one of the major malls in the city. It offers a wide range of American and international shops, with lower prices than many other Vegas shops! The mall is particularly chic, with Italian-inspired marble architecture, sweeping staircases and imposing statues at the entrance.
If you have just a day to go shopping, this is a good choice. It's huuuuuge, with all the classic U.S. stores: Gap, Abercrombie, Footlocker, Hollister, Banana Republic, etc .... And of course, the Apple Store. You also have luxury boutiques (Armani, LV, Jimmy Choo ....). From Downtown Disney you can take a taxi, which cost around $35. There's also a food court with Starbucks, Cheesecake Factory ...
This is one of the four major commercial malls located in Chicago's Magnificent Mile and perhaps the most luxurious of all. It is one of the tallest skyscrapers in the city, 900 North Michigan, occupying the atrium of the building, at a height of six floors. It is a vertical mall as is its neighbor across the Water Tower Place. The main commercial player is thr great store of Bloomingdale's, but there are many more stores, all from leading brands at high prices. Good place for 'window shopping'.
Circle Centre Mall is a large indoor shopping centre, located in downtown Indianapolis. It's in the Wholesale District, near Capitol and Monument Circle. It's part of the Simon chain, which has several outlets across the country, and brings together more than 100 shops and restaurants. It is connected by a system of walkways (Skywalk) to the Convention Center and several hotels. This shopping centre extends into four different blocks. Because of its location in the city centre, it's the best choice for tourists and a good place to park for cheap. The surrounding area is difficult to park in. The stores we can find here are the usual franchises. On the upper floor there is a multiplex theatre and ample space dedicated to video games. Moreover, it is a spacious and bright mall with a well-stocked food court. Since it was right across from our hotel, we could not help but look. The most striking feature no doubt is its architecture.
Beside the famous Venetian Hotel and Casino in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, the Grand Canal Shoppes is one of the main shopping centers and malls in the city and undoubtedly one of the most enjoyable. Inside, you'll find a large number of American and international brands, all in a decidedly Italian decor with marble, gilding, and even canals and gondoliers in the mall!
Conveniently located on the sprawling South Orange Blossom Trail, just a few miles from the amusement parks in Orlando and also close to the city center (served by bus number 4 and 51 from the Lynx central station), Florida Mall is a huge shopping center. There are an incredible number of shops including major brands such Aéropostale, American Eagle Outfitters, Gap and Abercrombie & Fitch ... And many opportunities to have some fun and / or eat. And here you'll find one of the country's three M & Ms stores!
If you're in the San Antonio area and want to go shopping, I recommend you drop by La Cantera. This shopping center, just outside the city, has all the shops you need for a good day. In addition, outdoor stores occupy the entire length of the various streets within the grounds of La Cantera. There are fountains and sitting areas scattered all over the place. Clothing, accessories, beauty products, household items ... The offer is wide and varied. They also have cafes and food stalls spread along the walk, if you feel like a lunch break. If you prefer, you can sit and eat at one of their restaurants, located at the ends of the commercial area. If you fancy Italian, try Luciano's.
For those who like top brands and luxury, this is the place. Full of greenery and works of art, you'll find good restaurants and shops like Dolce & Gabbana, Emporio Armani, Chanel, Tiffany, chloe, Escada, Fendi, Carolina Herrera, Michael Kors, Miu Miu ...
I never thought I'd be recommending a shopping center, but the Time Warner Center deserves it for a few reasons:
1. It has one of the most beautiful views in Manhattan: Columbus Circle, the only roundabout in the city, as well as Central Park and the skyscrapers around it.
2. At the entrance there are two huge, original statues by Botero
3. On the upper floors there are jazz bars, restaurants, and theaters. While technically a mall, it has nothing in common with the hyper-markets to which we have become accustomed.
Located a few miles from Orlando and close to the famous Disney World parks, Disneyworld Downtown is the Florida equivalent of Disney Village in Paris. With a "magical and enchanting" Mickey Mouse theme, it consists of a cluster of shops, bars, restaurants, cinemas, theaters and nightclubs. Of course they are just businesses but we like the festive atmosphere and magic that exists there. It's great for a good, relaxing time.