This mall is enormous, and while there is plenty to see, it's so spread out and is such a crazy quilt of super-high-end retail on down to bargain basement that I'm not sure what to make of it. The "Neiman-Marcus neighborhood" has been carefully set apart from the rest of the mall. The mall's 1970's-era design means that getting from one level to the next means a long walk. The major department stores seem to be well run and have a great selection (Nordstrom, Macy's, Neiman-Marcus, Dillard's).
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