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Trip to the US: Stanford Shopping Center

>> Monday, May 13, 2013

One of the few things that you can do if you happen to be in Palo Alto is to pop-by the Stanford Shopping Center. It has all sorts of shops & restaurants, some of which we also have back in Malaysia e.g. Gap, Ralph Lauren, & California Pizza Kitchen, to name a few.

The most amazing thing, in my opinion (as a person who LOVES flowers) are the variety of flowers planted around the shopping center! The flowers were in FULL BLOOM! How I wish we had such things back home, but we don't... :(

I think these are foxgloves :D SO PRETTY!

Look at the row of flowers....ahhh....shooou naaiiiseee..

More flowers :)

Large rose...isn't it pretty?

They also have the Sigona's Farmers Market, which offers an abundance of fresh & dried fruits, fresh vegetables, wine, nuts, & more!


One of the many brands/shopping areas in the Stanford Shopping Center

There's a shop that sells all sorts of kitchen-related items: my dream kitchen!!
I would LOVE to have my own kitchen with a stove, oven, baking equipment, & a larder full of food items, spices, & sauces that I can use for cooking! *dreams*

Good quality pots & pans would be great! 

And not to forget, a good set of knives! Ah...dream dream... 

There's nothing really WOW about the Stanford Shopping Center, but it does offer most of the basic things that you'll need if you're there for work/leisure. Up next, I'll share some photos on my little "tour" at the well-known, IV League university, Stanford University! Stay tuned ;)

Just the basics will do,


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Unknown February 24, 2016 at 7:56 PM  

great post i like it !
Stanford University shopping Centre

PerutBesi February 24, 2016 at 10:33 PM  

@Store Stanford: Thanks!! I miss the US, Palo Alto & Stanford loads!

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