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Venice Shopping Maps – Pick your Destinations and Send Map to Your Phone

Venice wouldn’t be Venice without a few shopping expeditions, I plan on doing quite a bit of shopping! I’ve been researching where to go and must tell you, the vast amount of locations to shop was more than I could comprehend. There’s this site that I found called TravelwithCarnet.com that makes customizing my shopping excursion a breeze. After reading the extensive descriptions of the shops, it maps it all out for me and I only have to rely on one single page to easily navigate from place to place. And… being forgetful as I am, if I forget (or loose) the map, I’ll just log in on my phone and pick up on their site, where I saved it!

The site is totally free and it lists all kinds of shopping destinations from contemporary up-and-coming boutiques, to hidden treasures and luxury flagships. I’m a silver collector and lo and behold, they provide a whole list of places to discover hidden silver items! They also include the store specialty, address, phone, website, and their hours. Very cool.

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