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I went to the Woodbury Common Premium Outlets by bus on Wednesday July, 24. The shopping mall is vast, and there were many shops and people of all ages. I was surprised because the outlets had a variety of big-name brands at cheap prices.I bought perfume at a low price. In addition, the outlet had a food court. My friends and I had noodles and ice cream. The mall is well-equipped. I ran out of time, but I wish I had time to see more. Someday, I will go again.

By Reimi Yamada, Summer 2013 ELI Student from Japan

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Today, we went to Woodbury Common Premium Outlets which is a very huge shopping mall. I had never gone to an outlet shop until now, so I was excited. I looked around many shops, and I bought bags and clothes. In addition, I bought some presents for my family. I spent a good time there. I would like to go again.

By Saori Seto, Summer 2013 ELI Student from Japan

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Today, we went to Woodbury Common. There are many shops there. We bought shoes, clothes, and drinks. Many items are so cheap. Also, bags and wallets of brand-name items are around $100 to $200. That is why I did not buy anything. We were surprised. Next, I went to Starbucks two times, because if you go to there after 2 p.m, you only had to pay 2 dollars. You can choose any size. So, I felt I gained a profit. Finally, I found out today in the U.S.A, whenever we enter the shops, a sales clerk always smiles and says "Hello" or " How are you?". In Japan, they do not say much. Therefore, I felt that they are kind people. In conclusion, everyone enjoyed today. We had a good time to know about another country's shopping customs.

By Orine Sasaki, Summer 2013 ELI Student from Japan

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It is the first time I go to Woodbury. There are a lot of stores such as Coach, Polo, Gap, Nike and Kate Spade, where I bought things. I like to go there. It's different from Taiwan. Woodbury is the biggest shopping mall I have ever seen. It's so amazing that you could not go around Woodbury in a day. You must go there at least once in your life.

By Rita Lin, Summer 2013 ELI Student from Taiwan