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Visited the shopping centre twice. impressive very futaristic in design and architecture. Being a bank holiday the shops did not open until 1000
Walked around the shops but they were all closed then came back for a late lunch.
There is an interesting statue of two women out front of this mall which is worth a quick look if you are walking by. I found the mall itself a little confining feeling - it has fairly low ceilings and was not very bright. There...More
We got here at 5pm on a Saturday, most of the shops in the mall where closed. Again on Sunday most of the shops where closed.
Supposed to get a discounted parking rate, but impossible to find anyone to give you the discount so just...More
Don't go out of your way to visit. It is a small downtrodden mall leading to the bus station and does not provide any shopping experience at all. If you want a cheap greasy spoon bite to eat then visit if you feel the need....More
During another trip in Belfast I returned to this mall after leaving the train station to find it has gotten worse since my last visit. It is now very darker which makes it more drab. All this is really good for is getting out of...More
I had no idea this was a 'mall'. I arrived from Dublin by train. It merely looks like a walk-through with a few places to buy postcards, keychains, a coffee or sandwich at best. Situated at the entrance to the station, you simply pass through...More