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fj12ryder

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Posted: 05/17/19 01:49pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

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proud to say we’ve never set one foot inside.
What have you got against them?


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I have never seen an IKEA store but I just sent to there web site. They have movie night and karaoke night in there restaurant. What is it? What do they sell, food, takeout?





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IKEA is a huge store full of household goods from Sweden. They sell a lot of stuff at fairly low prices. You wander around looking at everything like an adventure. I took my son there to get a couch/bed combo for his first apartment. As you walk around, you end up throwing things like $5 lamps in your cart. They have a restaurant hidden somewhere in the middle of the Austin store. I have not been to it, but friends seem to like it. I have not been to the new San Antonio store. Unlike Buccee's, Cabella's, or Bass Pro, there isn't enough there to keep me coming back. But, if you need something they have, it is a good place to get it.


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Been to an IKEA once, not our cup of tea. Huge store with lots of stuff but nothing that interested us to warrant the 12 mile drive and crowded area and store. Better stores close by.

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Bought a memory foam mattress 4 years ago and I am very pleased with it. Sure does beat the junk that came with the trailer.

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Next time try out the Swedish meat balls with potatoes and the sauce, that's the one item that we definitely get, we even took 5 frozen meatball packets with us on the last trip to Mexico City, they taste as they should, our Mexican friends loved them, they also have Lingon marmelade and tubes of caviar and herring.

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Have not been to one. It's a 45 mile drive and the cost of getting there and back is more than what I could save on small items so I use Big Lots, Walmart, and other local stores.

If I need an adventure then I go to the parks locally.


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fj12ryder wrote:

rk911 wrote:

proud to say we’ve never set one foot inside.
What have you got against them?


May not like the Swedes or that everything they sell has a name like a Sniffendoogin or a Gute. It's the place to go when you need a Butenhog.

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fj12ryder wrote:

rk911 wrote:

proud to say we’ve never set one foot inside.
What have you got against them?


May not like the Swedes or that everything they sell has a name like a Sniffendoogin or a Gute. It's the place to go when you need a Butenhog.

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