Friday, July 25, 2008

It's not a mall

It's a "retail resort." Seriously. That's what they call it. I'm hanging out here while my car gets a tune-up.


  1. semantics? I still don't get how I can be a "guest" at Target.

  2. I think that when Flatirons Crossing was built on what had been grazing land off US 36, that was how the developer was positioning it. Me? I'd rather visit a real downtown.

  3. That is a euphemism for a euphemism. We all know mall really means big building you throw money into! lol

  4. Did you go to the Nordstrom's "coffee bar"?

  5. It's pretty posh, as malls go. I moved to Denver just before it opened, and used to work and live nearby. I did notice that the food court has a lot better selection now.

    As a place to kill time, it's not bad, Claire. Not many other options around there.

    Beatrice, yep, that's where I got my coffee.

    Mimi, I managed to get out of there without throwing too much money. I almost bought a cherry pitter at WS, but put it back. I did buy bras at Nordstrom. On sale!