because, why not?
Fremont Vintage Mall, which was very fun. I bought a lot of fun glasses. :)
Show Pony, that also had some used items. There was a lot of diversity. I picked out a really cute pair of gold studded crescent moon earrings. :)
After that we walked down and saw the Fremont Troll.
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THE MOST BEAUTIFUL STATIONARY STORE ever (in Wallingford) on the way. It was called Paper Delights, I didn't get any photos inside... but please check out their website. It's flawless. Swoon...
bookstore, Sonic Boom music, a beautiful vintage shop called Trove, and KC visited a game shop. :)
under construction. So we had to go all the way around to get from the sidewalk to the pier. We followed the 'detour' signs and ended up on the wrong end with no way to walk through to where we wanted to be. We were exhausted and super hungry. It took what felt like ages. But we made it, waited to get a table, had dinner and then got on the Ferris wheel.
I've always loved Ferris wheels though I hate most other amusement park rides. It was so fun to see the city at night. It reminded me of Chicago's Navy Pier, my first bigger trip when I was a preteen. :)
What type of shopping do you like to do on vacation?
What do you bring home as a souvenir?
All for now,