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Riverpark Square is a busy, busy shopping mall in the heart of downtown Spokane. Major tenants like Macy’s and Nordstrom are accompanied by many, smaller franchise and independent stores. An eating area features quick food and fine dining. This picture … Continue reading
Children all over our city are preparing for their return to school. Stores have rows and rows of supplies, moms stand with lists in hand, and kids look excited. There’s so much fun in a package of new, clean paper, … Continue reading
Fun shops at Greenbluff. This is a small example of some of the wonderful items available in some of the Greenbluff stores. Such fun, even if just to do a little window shopping.
Shops inside the Flour Mill include collectibles from around the world, jewelry and beads, jeweler, chocolate apothecary, kitchen wares, restaurants, and smoke shop. One of the restaurants offers great views of the downtown Riverfront Park and the Spokane River.
There are beautiful woods, character bricks, iron railings and even original fixtures from the Flour Mill just waiting for visitors to enjoy while shopping at each enchanting place of business. Come shop the Flour Mill!
The stores are truly geared up for the last minute rush to buy “flowers, candy and balloons”. It’s traditional—hurry guys!
Wouldn’t it be interesting to be listening to a group discussion when some places of business are named? Figpickles is located in the shopping mall connected to the Coeur d’ Alene Resort Hotel. The lights were bright, noise at a high pitch…all in … Continue reading
Greenbluff is alive! Of course the various fruits and vegetables grown on the bluff are wonderful–but another feature of the area is the commercial aspect….shops and family businesses. It seems that the more “stuff” crammed into a space, the more fun!
Downtown Spokane Shopping. Skywalks, Riverpark Square, Nordstrom, Macys, restaurants, theaters, and so much more!
While in Coeur d’ Alene a few days ago I walked through the shopping area close to the Hotel. Could this be classified as a “fun activity”?