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Top Ten Malls

by Bea | March 14th, 2008 | Travel Shopping
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Hello shoppers! I have a shopping list for you!

I present to you, the top ten malls according to HotelsByCity:

#10. A huge mall, the King of Prussia Mall in Pennsylvania has a Macy’s on each end of the mall and over 400 stores in its directory. A great place to check out dining room tables.

#9. The Galleria Dallas in North Dallas, Texas offers shopping and an ice rink!

#8. In Honolulu, Hawaii, one can find the Ala Moana Center. As the largest open air shopping center in the world, over 50 million tourists visit every year.

#7. In Sunrise, Florida, the Sawgrass Mills mall is a great place to go for amazing deals. This outlet mall has over 300 stores in it!

#6. One of the most profitable malls in the USA is the South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa, California. This does tend to be an expensive mall.

#5. The Fashion Show Mall in Las Vegas, Nevada is known for its…fashion shows! It is over 2 million square feet big!

#4. Macy’s in New York City, NY, is a shopper’s dream come true. There are over 10 floors for you to explore!

#3. In Beverly Hills, California, Rodeo Drive is the place where the rich and famous buy, while the rest of us window shop.

#2. Arizona Mills in Tempe, Arizona, includes all of your typical stores such as Bath and Body Works, and it is also home to a Rainforest Cafe, a movie theatre, Gameworks, etc.  You could find some great taps here!
#1. This mall probably comes as no surprise. The Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota, is filled with roller coasters and other “things” such as an aquarium. There are 14 available screens for watching movies, you can get married, and more. Going shopping is also an option.

Shoppers, start crossing these off of your lists!

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