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Grant Street, San Francisco
Chinatown is commercial, but it is teeming with people and activity. Some restaurtants are touristy, so avoid those--go to some of the little hole in the wall spots for a real Chinatown experience. Another good idea is to take a free San Francisco Guides walk thru Chinatown, sponsored by the Library. This gives you a real close up view of the area
The Embarcadero, San Francisco
I guess if you’re in San Francisco you might as well go to Pier 39 just to tell friends you did. Like others have mentioned it is a very typical tourist trap with a lot of what I call “junk tourist shops”, nothing I would consider as real novelty shops.
Beware the crowds are huge and on a hot day it’s not pleasant working your way through these crowds
RUA AMERICO CURVELO, 580 1202, FL 32809 Aracaju
For anyone who loves shopping this is the place to go! Lots and lots of shops, and big food court with plenty of choice and generally a nice place to spend they day. Would have loved to have spent more time there but it was just a bit tiring with all the excitement of trying to go to every shop!!! If you do want to do that then go early in the morning and spend the whole day there. Definitely recommended if you like shopping and if you want to experience a good shopping centre as they have shops to suit everybody. And if you’ve never been to America before and like me wanted to go to a really nice mall then I would say try Florida Mall.
Conroy Road 4200, FL 32839 Orlando
Love this Mall! All the big names are here - Gucci, Dior, Channel etc plus loads more. A fantastic kitchen shop and a mediocre book shop. TWO Starbucks and the usual aray of fast food outlets. The Cheesecake factory is great for lunch as are most of the restaurants (don’t forget the ones outside!). Unlike 'The Florida Mall’ you can walk round this mall with ease, and if you go early you’ll pretty much have it to yourself. Not very good if you want tourist tatt - you’ll be better off going to the other Mall!
Well worth a visit - but keep tight hold of your wallet!
Suffolk Retail Park, London Road, Ipswich, Suffolk IP1 2EJ
Halfords is over priced but at times I have to go there just because the item I need will take to long to deliver from the internet. The staff are very unhelpfull and looked lost at times. But it does have alot of stuff in one place and I know of alot of people who like to get everything now and not waiting and saving money
Wembley National Stadium, Brent, London HA9 0WS
I have just been on the Wemley Stadium tour and have left with the opinion that there is something missing.
I would recommend the tour but the first impressions are that the Millenium Stadium is better.
The arena is fantastic but still does not have that WOW to it.
The corporate and royal areas resemble just that and don’t appear to have that extra mile.
The entrance areas behind the glass resemble an airport.
The players areas including changing rooms are ok but all the pictures in this area are of the modern underachiving footballers.
For example why is Phil Neville on the wall ? and where is Lineker ?
Outside the appearance is of a building that is well over 5 years old and nearer 10 years and unfortunately where do you park. No change from the old wembley.
The final thing you have to say is that the stadium looks well out of place with it surroundings as the place including the 1970’s cash and carry’s,skip yards and Mahatma Ghandi House are still a poor.
75 Drayton Park, Highbury, London N5 1BU
I was lucky enought to visit with my brother who is a season ticket holder in the club level and the stadium is breath taking and one of the best new stadiums about.
55 Victoria St, South Bank, London SW1H 0EU
Tickets for the London Eye are typically £15. You may want to avoid the queues by prebooking online (and saving 10%!) and collect tickets quickly from one of the collection machines; however, you may also want to make sure that it’s a clear day before you decide to go as you don’t get the full effect on a grey or cloudy day
Westminster Bridge Road, Parliament Square, 24 Maiden Ln, London WC2E 7JS
You can’t actually visit Big Ben, but it is a great site to see and photograph. It’s not at all a letdown plus it is free.
Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3DG
There are some amazing exhibits in this museum. Although sometimes these are spoiled by poor lighting and glass cases.
Stay away from the museum shop - the staff in there are not only obnoxious, but they literally walk away from you when you go to buy something!
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