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A place for unique gifts, such as picture frames, novelties, cushions and other soft furnishings, and wooden carvings - seemingly imported from all over the world. I walked past today
throughout the shop. They have import editions of magazines as well.
because all the decent shops upped and left to the swanky new place down the road. Whatever the case, Castle Mall will has an important place in the history of retail in Norwich. Main because…
While you wouldn't want to do a weekly shop in M&S, they do often have some great deals. And the Norwich store, is a huge place to dig them out in. So the important bits. Mens pants and socks
bother any more. Altogether a bit of a shame as this place has potential, if only they'd sort out the food and service. Quite important really. Frank's Bar (not too far away) is a much
are always clothes lying on the floor and being trampled on and they have nowhere near enough tills to serve customers quickly (and in a shop with loads of screaming kids, this is very …
crafted articles almost every shop had commercial goods for sale - imports from the East - together with their craft-ware. We were at the end of the season, but only one workshop actually had
everytime we go in. However, the staff at Starbucks seem really relaxed about the general no imported food rule in cafés, so I often go for the cheap option- buy cake at Sainsburys, eat in
: delicious) and a "small" desert waffle, and walked away feeling full and satisfied. Also, an important note for other students: 10% student discount. Since it's right around the corner from
several dozen house and guest ales on tap; lots of bottled/imported ones; excellent imported fruit beers and ciders on tap, some lagers/pils; very helpful staff in choosing from its great beer
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