8465 Park Meadows Center Drive Littleton, CO 80124
You can expect to find a never-ending stock of clothes here. No matter what you are looking for, it is there in the aisles at Nordstrom - be it socks, belts and other formal wear for guys; or handbags, lingerie and sweaters for women. You can also place your orders online. Another great feature about the company is that, if you can't find the product you want in a certain store, they will source it from other locations and ship it to you!
The Milagros Soap Company deem themselves as creators of everyday bath-time luxuries. Their products primarily hand-crafted soaps in a variety of scents soothe each mood and fancy. Crossing out negatives of animal testing, chemicals and artificial fragrances, the resultant soap lush in vegetable oils and essential oils are a joyous options for those with problems of dry and sensitive skin. Whether a pampering treat for oneself or a praise-worthy gift for a friend, Milagros Soap Company includes a catalog for all. So browse by and have the olfactory senses, tempted.
Giving you the feel of entering a royal abode, the Ski Country Antiques is perfect to pick that authentic piece. Adorned with beautiful flowers all around, they showcase interesting items deeply embedded in Northern European history. Mainly dealing with home furniture and decorative items, you can also check some wonderful antiquarian maps, furniture, clocks and even ski lifts. The artwork and books will delight anyone with an interest in history or vintage luxury.
The Castle Pines Golf Club was designed by Jack Nicklaus and opened in the year 1981. Set at 6,400 feet among pine and oak tress, it covers approximately 7,500 yards, and poses a challenge to professional players. The club hosts several national championships, and charges a steep fee. It is not open to the public - you have to be a member or a member's guest to tee off here.
This shop proves that good things are in Aurora - some are just harder to find than others. Catering to the beginning mountain bike crowd, you will find a wealth of introductory bikes perfect for starting out on single track. Folks fond of cruising the neighborhood can choose between an array of hybrid street bikes, including selections from Diamond Back's Voyager line. The BMX crowd will find a number of free flying selections. But the main draw of the shop is the enormous clothing selection.
Before you head off on your next mountain expedition, stop by at this shop to make sure you are prepared. Whether you are planning a camping trip and need a new bag or commencing a rock climbing expedition, you will find a wide selection of sportswear and gears to equip yourself. The store focuses on rock climbing and skiing; that is how most of the staff spend their days off, so they can help you with a few tips and tricks or simply tell some great stories. Located in Golden, the store is on the way to the hills.
Strange as it may seem, the factory outlet shopping plaza in Castle Rock is one of Denver's most popular attractions. Maybe it is the scenic 30-minute drive to the quaint town of Castle Rock that draws shoppers to the 135 bargain stores. Its outdoor, lodge-like design blends nicely with the surroundings. Wander around such popular stores as Eddie Bauer, Nike and GAP. Smaller shops include Villa Fresh Italian Kitchen and Bass. A food court resides at the center of the complex.
If there is any question as to whether this hobby shop is an authority on trains, all one has to do is look at its "Wall of Trains." It is comprised of 14 shelves of trains and spans more than 70 feet. Once you get beyond this spectacle you will quickly notice that the selection of over 10-thousand items is second to none. All the top brands and scales like Red Caboose, Backmann and Lionel are in stock. In addition, the shop also sells plastic model kits of cars, trucks, and ships, as well as die-cast construction and farm equipment.
For Colorado's largest selection of spiritual and metaphysical items, look no further than this feel-good shop. The store carries a full range of religious, pagan, astrology, and mystical titles to suit everyone from New Age novices to shamans. Plus, it carries incense and accessories, crystals, tarot cards, oils, funky fountains, and Feng Shui supplies. The store is a meeting place for psychics, astrologers and other "mystic mongers", so check its bulletin board or ask around if you are interested in classes or sessions.
Arapahoe Cyclery is so large it seems more like a bike farm than a store. Covering 6000 square feet (557.41 square meters) of floor space, it creates the feeling that there must be a corn crib out back filled with helmets. This store offers over 500 bikes for every size, need and budget by such familiar makers as Diamondback, Raleigh and Univega. All bikes come with free lifetime adjustments and tune-ups. The shop also carries the latest riding gear including jerseys, helmets, gloves, and glasses.
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