Not so much the crowds, Kerri, although in school holiday time I imagine it would be a complete nightmare with so much stuff being at kiddie height, but the fact you have to traipse around the entire shop just to look at one thing.
Then, of course, there is the queuing at the till and the unavoidable eye contact with Daim bars (which I could well do without); the awfulness of the restaurants where Mr Nell insists on eating because he actually likes the Swedish meatballs with lingon berry conserve; the person with the squeaky wheel on their trolley who always keep pace with us around the store; and the inevitable "will it" or "won't it" fit in the car performance.
I do like their cheap napkins though.
Don't ask me what I think of you, I might not give the answer that you want me to.
the fact you have to traipse around the entire shop just to look at one thing.
Unless you know the short cuts . . .
My motto is, never go during school holidays! Parents take the kids there to play & eat!
This time of the year, because of the light evenings, I go around 7-8pm as they are open until 10pm. It's a good time traffic wise and easier to park. As the car park is so huge I'm not keen on wandering round in the dark, other times I get there about 10:30am.
Post by Berry McPaper-cuts on Jul 4, 2018 17:00:42 GMT
When Warrington opened at first it was 30- 45 mins away and I went in the holidays ( teacher!) same with the Leeds one for time but since motorway road improvements it takes an hour at best so I order online. There is a newish one opened my side of M/C but it’s hell on wheels.