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Have a blast here putting together and enhancing your own distinctive style. Buffalo Exchange is a bright store, great for browsing through the shelves, walls and cases full of eclectic merchandise where customers can buy, sell and trade goods. Old Route 66 is the perfect location for this clean and friendly emporium. Vintage clothing and foot wear for men, women and children is available. You can get clogs and Beatle boots to high top sneakers, waffle-stompers and smart wing-tips. Soaps, incense, candles, games and gadgets fill the storefront tables in addition to chic, inexpensive jewelry.
A visitor to this Old Town shop might mistake it for a museum if it were not for the fact that the items on display are for sale. The "good stuff" refers to the authenticity of the merchandise. The pots and pine needle baskets are the handiwork of the Tarahumara Indians of Chihahua, Mexico. The photos of Pancho Villa date back to the days of the Mexican Revolution. And real cowboys of yesteryear wore the spurs and gun leather.
If you are an avid reader, this store, located just north of Coronado Center, will seem like heaven. Menaul Book Exchange has a large selection of new and used books, audio tapes and out-of-print books. You can exchange or sell your old books here, as well as choose new ones. The inventory is extensive with books from all genres, including a nice selection of children's literature. There seems to be an emphasis on romantic and recreational titles. You can rent audio tapes for up to 30 days if you do not want to buy them.