When I was young it was not a question of where to shop, rather then what to shop. My mother used to wait for hours in front of a shop hoping she would be able to buy some meat, vegetables or fruit...to this day I have no idea how she was able cater for her family. After the Velvet revolution in 1989 times changed - the variety of groceries was wider - just imagine : more then one yoghurt brand!!!! Supermarkets and malls were built with the speed of light - and we loved it! It was almost an national sport - to go to a mall and shop...oh well. This fashion lasted a couple of years. Today, I hate malls and supermarkets and my favorite place to shop is our farmers market. This indeed is a young element in our lives - commies would never allow such thing and somehow in the early stages of our capitalism there was no place for them. But since about two years this has changed and farmers markets are a very welcome way of shopping. It has become a part of our weekend routine.