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Although weekends are the busiest times to engage in retail therapy, boutiques often have limited evening hours during the week, and most are closed on Sunday, so your best bet for finding a little black dress or the perfect pair of cufflinks just might be on a Saturday afternoon.

SHOPPING DISTRICTS

There is nothing like SoHo, Rodeo Drive, or the Magnificent Mile here; the shopping districts in Charlotte are smaller than those in other major cities and far more sprawling. Even though these areas are considered shopping districts by Charlotte standards, it’s often impossible to walk from one store to the next. In fact, the shopping districts hereand the city in generalare among the least pedestrianfriendly compared to other cities of this size, and it’s sometimes necessary to jump in the car to go from one boutique to the next.

Uptown

Uptown is home to the largest concentration of hotels, restaurants, nightclubs, and cultural and historic attractions in all of Charlotte, but it hasn’t been known as a shopping districtuntil now. You won’t find the Gap, BCBG, or Borders here; the shops in Uptown are independent boutiques, not megachains. Even the minimallsFounders Hall and Latta Plantationbear little resemblance to traditional malls. Instead, the collection of stores is smaller and the retailers are all local. The offerings range from designer clothing and one-of-a-kind gifts to books. As a shopping district, Uptown is still growing. Most of the shops are in Founders Hall and the EpiCentre; as new mixed-use developments continue to be added to the skyline, more retailers continue to move to the neighborhood.

After 1692, the Zuni saw no Spanish presence, as colonial effort again focused on the Rio Arriba. Peru Map Unlike their neighbors in the Rio Grande Valley, the Zuni were not visited by secular Spaniards until 1700, when three exiles from Santa Fe entered the region with three new priests. The three settlers were killed in 1703, apparently for aggressive behavior, thus ending the secular presence. These settlers constituted the last secular Spanish settlement in the Zuni area until Spanish-speaking communities were founded in the 1860s, about 30 miles to the east.

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