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I'm trying to figure out what the Spanish call those little wheeled fabric shopping baskets? The kind that you roll to the store to take your groceries home in or to go to the laundry? Also, does anyone know where the best place to buy one is? Do they sell them at the grocery store? Our apartment is on Carrer Enrique Granados north of the University and I'm not even sure where the closes large supermarket is, or if there even is one.

Anyway, I really would like something cheap to help me carry back groceries. I don't want to sling anything on my back or shoulders because I have an injury.

I just need to buy one for our visit and I don't want to spend a lot of money since we're leaving it in the apartment. What should I expect to pay for it?

Kind of like this, but I've used them in Italy where the sides were fabric. I just need to know it's proper name!

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