A Conversation for Great Shopping Centres and Malls
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Lakeside is my local shopping centre as well, but I only venture there if I want to buy something. The main benefit is that most of the shops are large ones, and that it has a Woolworths. You can also go for a bit of a cruise on the lake, in those swan boat things, but I’ve never seen anyone on there, and there is a boat where you can go and have a good meal, and a drink. It’s not a bad centre, but indoor nike soccer cleats I’m not sure I’d label it ‘great’. There’s also a UCI cinema on the retail park, although that’s getting a bit tired now, as it’s been there for over a decade indoor nike soccer cleats pink hypervenom.