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Shop the World Editors' picks These tried-and-true shopping spots from around the globe are worth checking out... FINLAND'S LEADING HOTEL CHAIN WELCOMES YOU TO ST. PETERSBURG SOKOS HOTEL OLYMPIC GARDEN 348 cozy rooms Located in a park on the main avenue that leads from the airport Excellent choice for meetings and conferences NOW OPEN! Hong Kong On Shanghai Street, in the Mongkok neighbourhood of Kowloon, every possible item imaginable is available, from tiles to faucets and bathroom supplies. On Hong Kong Island, Hollywood Road and its vicinity are home to many small boutiques selling genuine ­ and not so genuine ­ antiques. Stockholm For those who love Nordic style, the shops of the Södermalm district are a dream come true. For example, DesignTorget on Götgatan, stocks charming portable Swedish design products that make everyday life easier ­ all at reasonable prices. SOKOS HOTEL VASILIEVSKY 255 sophisticated rooms Excellent location in city center on the Vasilievsky Island An exquisite restaurant with Russian and French cuisine OPENING IN AUTUMN Helsinki Moko offers a range of items in bold colours, from rustic French-style dishes to high-quality textiles of natural fibres and Indian furniture. One of its best-sellers is the extensive range of colourful quality Finnish Desico candles, which burn beautifully without spilling wax. Located in the Kamppi shopping centre and at Perämiehenkatu 10 (Moko Market). No t f a r f r o m Kamppi, Tomorrow's Antique (Runeberginkatu 35) features vintage Finnish design furniture from the 1930s through to the '70s. Further along the same street is Astialiisa, which sells vintage and old Finnish Arabia ceramics. In the Arabia neighbourhood, Tomorrow's Antique. where the original ceramics works of the same name was founded, is Artebia. This newly opened shop is reputedly the country's largest devoted solely to Finnish design, and is located right next to the Arabia/Iittala factory shop. Here you'll find plenty of one-of-a-kind works by Finnish handicraft artists designed and made in Finland (Hämeenkatu 135 A). In the Kallio neighbourhood, Wanha Kaarle (Kaarlenkatu 12) sells glass and kitchenware from the '50s and '60s. Artebia. Sokos Hotels; HOLIDAY CLUB ST. PETERSBURG An oasis of wellness in the heart of St. Petersburg A short walk from the Hermitage Museum, Holiday Club St. Petersburg offers an entirely new five-star Spa hotel experience. Enjoy the finest health and beauty services, and take advantage of the most innovative conferencing and business services. The hotel also offers some of the finest dining and lounging experiences in the city, from the sensational Spanish cuisine of Sevilla to the chic and classy atmosphere of Bridges lobby bar. THE HOTEL IS OPEN AND WAITING FOR YOU THE SPA & WELLNESS WORLD WILL OPEN LATE SUMMER 2008 Holiday Club St.Petersburg,

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