Just in case its you caught up in the bizzare rainy weather of England. Sometimes all you have to do is just find a good old nice & warm shopping mall. Bluewater, the largest shopping centre in Europe.
What to buy: Schedule your own tour, Bluewater has over 320 shops and restaurants to enjoy.
What to pay: Just keep an eye on your wife sudden movement...
Bluewater is one of the largest shopping centres in Europe.
Its located just off of the M2 near to the Dartford Crossing.
Around Xmastime and during the sales you can easily sit on the motorway for a couple of hours trying to get in here!
What to buy: There is plenty of parking here, which is free, the shopping centre houses an abundance of designer shops, department stores and a huge foodcourt, you can buy almost anything you need!
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The high street area is pedestrianised.
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