We went back to the scenic beach road and drove to Omiš, which was founded by the Illyrian tribe. A row of trees and the extremely beautiful cliffs behind the Cetina River are part of the magnificent entrance to the city. Pedestrian malls with cafés and souvenir shops greeted us and we greeted them in return by buying some nice souvenirs.
In Shanghai there's the Shiliupu
famous fabric market. This place can prepare anything you want in a matter of a day or two. It's very recommended for women. There are countless tailors and catalogs. You just pick anything you want from the catalog, they do some measurements, and the day after- it's ready. You can also bring picture or a design from home. My girlfriend bought an evening dress for 300 Yuan and we didn't even bargain.
Malaysia’s premier shopping emporium, Suria KLCC lies at the foot of the building. Its ground floor is graced with a parade of elite designer outlets, including Burberry, Moschino and Miu Miu. There’s also room for a cinema, concert hall, art gallery and a science centre.
The next day we left Burlington early, and visited the local farmers market in Montpelier. The market is located at 60 State Street in downtown Montpelier, across the Washington County Court House Building. There’s a parking lot next to Julio’s Restaurant and Christ’s Church Parish House. The local farmers sell their dairy products, vegetables and fruit, honey, flowers, meats and more. After stocking up we continued the journey, and headed on the White Mountains in New Hampshire.
Just across the exit of the train station you will find the famous and trendy Takeshita Dori (Takeshita Street), this is my favorite street in Tokyo! You can find here trendy shops, fashion boutiques, used clothes stores, Cosplay shops, cafes, fast food and many more.
This street is like Heaven for Tokyo's teenagers and many teenagers from across Japan travel here on the weekends to spend their allowances. Because of the street's popularity, it becomes extremely busy and crowded on the weekends. Interesting shops can also be found along some of the side streets. My favorite shops on this street are: Daiso Harajuku - 100 Yen Shop and Tutuanna-socks shop. If you are hungry try the amazing crapes that are sold in every corner.