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#1 of 112 Shopping in Albuquerque
If shopping for Native American jewelry- MUST GO HERE FIRST!
Best Native American Jewelry, art and pottery shop in NM
#2 of 112 Shopping in Albuquerque
Great little Candy Shop, that sells "Blue Meth"
We spent at least 30 minutes in this shop (where anyway we left 80 dollars in BB gadgets), it was the best half an hour of the day (been visiting Jesse's house, Walter's house, Los Pollos hermanos).
#3 of 112 Shopping in Albuquerque
You cannot go wrong shopping here, most items are made by very talented senior citizens...love this store!
If you are visiting Old Town, in Albuquerque take a short walk to church street to visit this unique shop.
#4 of 112 Shopping in Albuquerque
Has to be experienced- the subtle Pinon flavor is fantastic, the roasting is great and done in house....as evidenced for us when we went into their shop to buy.
#5 of 112 Shopping in Albuquerque
Celebrating its 50th Anniversary this year, the Coronado Center Mall is well worth a visit for shopping and walking.
Great Shopping
#6 of 112 Shopping in Albuquerque
An Island of Upscale Shopping in a Beautiful Open Air Setting!
Upscale Shopping and Dining
#7 of 112 Shopping in Albuquerque
This is without a doubt one of my favorite shopping experiences in Albuquerque!
Unique gems, rocks, minerals, fossils etc. beads!... so much to explore in this shop- it's almost like a museum!
#8 of 112 Shopping in Albuquerque
This is such a different and refreshing experience when compared with many shops and galleries.
We have been here many times and always take visitors here to shop for Native American items.
#9 of 112 Shopping in Albuquerque
) All kinds of vendors set up shop and most items are handmade, local made.
Everyone was happy and so nice to one another, not to mention the wonderful shops in and outside of the main market walls.
#10 of 112 Shopping in Albuquerque
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