The Seaside Antique Mall is quite an experience indeed, but not necessarily one that I look forward to having again in the mid to long term future. Sporting a large and varied collection of simply pre-owned bits and bobs that are crammed into innumerable glass cases and stuffed into various stall spaces, you would have to be using the term "antique" in only the loosest fashion to call this an antique mall. So much of what is here is just second-hand domestic rubbish that would barely grace a shelf in a charity shop in the UK; for the very odd 'antique' that is hidden here amidst the vast morass of pseudo collectables when you finally get it out to have a look make sure you're sitting down when you turn over the price ticket as it is bound to be a bit of a shock. The staff were very welcoming it must be said - but this sadly was the highlight of the stay. Think of Milton's warning when you cross the threshold, i.e. "abandon hope...."
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