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Hello All I'm Sonya, I will share a variety of interests from fashion finds, reflections, spoken words and adventures along the way. SAT is ME...my initials :)...or you can identify it as Simplicity and Truth; which also describes ME! Thanks for taking a moment to experience SAT.

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Five Largest Malls In America

It is that time of year...Shop, Shop, Shop... check out the five largest malls in America, measured by the most important criteria: number of stores, of course! Happy shopping, everyone!

Mall: Mall of America
Location: Bloomington, MN
Number of Stores: 522+
Non-Shopping Features: Nickelodeon Universe is an indoor theme park with roller coasters and numerous other rides. There’s also an aquarium, with all kinds of sea creatures, sharks included.

Mall: King of Prussia Mall
Location: King of Prussia, PA
Number of Stores: 400+
Non-Shopping Features: From 2008 to 2009, the Philadelphia Freedoms tennis team, a tennis court was built in the Bloomingdale’s parking lot.

Mall: Palisades Center
Location: West Nyack, NY
Number of Stores: 400
Non-Shopping Features: The ice skating rink is located on the third floor. In the food court, there’s a Ferris wheel as well as a two-story carousel, which replaced the 102-year old Carousel Number 15 in 2009.

Mall: The Galleria
Location: Houston, TX
Number of Stores: 375
Non-Shopping Features: Two Westin Hotels (Westin Galleria, Westin Oaks) are inside the Galleria and the ice skating rink here, known as Polar Ice, was the first one built inside a mall.

Mall: Sawgrass Mills
Location: Sunrise, FL
Number of Stores: 350
Non-Shopping Features: The Billiard Club is an upscale billiards hall with over 21 tables, and a full liquor bar. Perfect for those who are tired of shopping, and need a place to unwind.



  1. Been to the Galleria and Sawgrass! Both are pretty amazing!

  2. I would love to go to each one of them but would settle for just a visit to one of them.


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