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#1 shopperstef  OFFLINE  


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Posted Nov 27, 2004 - 2:35 pm

Anyone have any major parking problems on BF? For the most part, we were actually really lucky with parks. We managed to score close parks at almot every store. The biggest problems was when we headed to the JC Penney/Borders at Bellevue Sqaure where parking was PACKED FULL. We drove around for about 20 minutes and not a single car was moving out of their park... We finally spotted a car moving out and so we put the indicator on and then some woman (just the woman, no car...) plomped herself in front of the park with arms wide open! I yelled out the window at how she can't reserve a park without a car and she yelled back before we flagged down a parking attendant who said he couldn't physically remove her, even though she shouldn't have been there. Grrr! I guess on any other day, we would have laughed but we'd been shopping for 4 hours and not in the mood for lame park-reservers! :rant:

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Posted Nov 27, 2004 - 2:44 pm

:rolleyes: :rant: Some people never cease to amaze me!

#3 Rebirth  OFFLINE  


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Posted Nov 27, 2004 - 5:18 pm

Parking at the Plaza that I went to was pretty easy. But alot of the cars were at the Best Buy side. There were alot of free spaces at Office Max side.

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Posted Nov 27, 2004 - 5:23 pm

No trouble at all here. Obviously being first at Sears, the parking lot was wide open. When I drove around back to merchandise pickup, the area was almost full, but there was space along a curb. And then after that, I drove back to the mall parking lot so I could hit Radio Shack, and found a spot without any trouble. Much farther away, of course, but it was in the first aisle I drove up. But then I was done and on my way home at 7:30 am; I am sure it got worse as the morning went on.

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