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July 24, 2003
The mall has so much to offer, from their food court to the coffee shops, to include Dunkin' Donuts, to Barnes and Noble, to the jewelry designers, glassmakers, textile weavers, furniture stores, quilters, potters, photographers, high tech stores, video stores, CDs, audio, and automotive suppliers, not to mention a number of other specialty shops. And once you're finished walking what seems like miles in the mall, you can grab something to eat, and then go across the road to the other side of the Cape Cod Mall and check out their other Barnes and Noble and other stores. It's truly an unbelievable experience, and I'm told that around Christmas time, it is a magical place to be, as long as you get there early enough to find a parking space.
Most of the service is commendable, and the people who patronized the mall were also very pleasant.
From journal By the Beach in Falmouth
Yonkers, New York
April 27, 2003
Face painting for children was one of the acivities to help keep them amused as Mom shopped. The $1 "Buck a Bookstore" was excellent with a very wide selection of books, games, and souvenirs.
From journal The Cape Cod Spring Break