Shopping Travel Stories
The Washington Post presents travel ideas for avid shoppers.
No, Not That Williamsburg: In spite of the old-fashioned name, a Brooklyn neighborhood emerges as the latest thing.
(Post, November 30, 2005)
In Paris, Eleventh Heaven: The City's Newest Hot Neighborhood
(Post, November 6, 2005)
LAB REPORT: NEW YORK'S CANAL STREET:
School of Hard Knock-Offs
(Post, September 4, 2005)
Cash and Curry: In New York's Jackson Heights neighborhood, South Asian shopping and noshing is a naan event.
(Post, March 23, 2005)
In Hot Pursuit
(Post, February 18, 2005)
LAST-MINUTE SHOPPING 101:
A Fly-by-Night (and Day) Gift Guide
(Post, December 19, 2004)
A Place Called New Hope: From Dicey to Pricey, a Pennsylvania River Town Just Keeps Rolling Along
(Post, December 8, 2004)
Bring Back Gifts With Good Taste
(Post, October 21, 2004)
Paris's Place d'Asia
(Post, October 10, 2004)
take a LOOK:
For Art's Sake
(Post, February 22, 2004)
Shops and the City: In a whirlwind weekend of browsing and buying, our valiant correspondent gets the goods on three New York neighborhoods.
(Post, April 11, 2004)
In London, Paging All Bibliophiles
(Post, January 25, 2004)
And That's My Final Offer . . .: In Morocco, Shopping Can Be a Hassle Unless You Know How to Haggle
(Post, February 8, 2004)
PARIS SHOPPING 101:
PARIS SHOPPING 101
(Post, December 21, 2003)
In Portland, Ore., a Best Seller?
(Post, November 16, 2003)
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