Tuesday, August 14, 2012

An Epic Shopping Experience

I am not a mall person, so I’ll let Dylan tell you about our visit to the Mall of America.
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The mall features an indoor Nickelodeon themed amusement park, which is probably the biggest thing that sets it apart from other malls of this size.Mall of America-6
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We were pleasantly surprised that the mall was not packed full of people rushing around and shopping like mad like we were anticipating. Instead there was a sparse amount of shoppers spread out, especially in the morning, and grew to be a  larger but still manageable amount of people by late afternoon/early evening. All in all it was very stroller friendly and we had no problems getting around.
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There was a very cool Legos store where you could play with and build your own toys, as well as a bulk section full of all different shapes and colors of Legos.
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This was a Green Bay Packers fan shop/cheese store. Only this far north can you find this stuff!

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All in all it was a very enjoyable day, and although I can't say I'd go there often even if I lived there, I had a good time and can't think of a better place to go for an epic shopping experience!


Lynn said...

Whoa! I think I'm having sensory overload just by the images! Can't imagine what it would have been like to have been there! How fun, though.

Usually I don't leave my blog, but since you mention it above, it's

I've taken a bit of a commenting break from the blog world, although I've still been reading. But hopefully I'm baaaack again! I missed the interaction. :)

Pat Tillett said...

I'd like to see that place. Camera in hand, of course...

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