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Forum Palermo, Palermo

(3.3/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Now come the forum is a landmark for all the guys to spend the days they all go to the forum to spend some companionship with friends has everything nn missing anything from food to clothes to movies very very nice!
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  • I became a father recently, but only now, after years of visits to the forum, I realize that there is no parking for those with babies on board ... not just I have to park far away from the entrances but, at night when I go out it's pouring ... I take the car ... I get closer to the entrance, and wonder, "where do I pull over to accommodate the baby and upload the stroller??? We just ... solve!!!
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  • The Mall average, unpretentious and without special attractions, if you exclude the Uci cinema right next door. Very chaotic over the weekend, some store of famous brands and affordable are not present, and then you have to change the Centre. If you ever want to spend an entire day with the formula shopping + cinema + dinner I couldn't do that, because the various stands where you can eat are really bad. Tried all and all of poor quality. Too bad.
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Google
  • Why the one star? Because google don't give the option of awarding no stars. This shop is hell on earth, it has the worst customer service I have ever experienced . Avoid it if you possibly can.
  • Selection, are really what you are looking for. All the salesmen are very knowledgeable and patient. You have to buy, some prices are competitive, others less so.
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  • I've furnished half home, nice pub full of everything, but to speak to an Assistant better make the sign of the cross, are all overworked, queues at the desk to book through and then too specialised, i.e. moving one meter wood cut knows the Department Gates already that there understands anything any more and bounces with the usual phrase "you must ask my colleague from the Department." In my opinion there everyone should know how to handle everything.
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  • After being (falsely) recommended in the store with the purchase of four outdoor lamps to be installed in the garden I learned from my electrician model I P 44 I purchased goes all right if installed (under a portico) but does not guarantee any time if exposed to the weather, because according to CE standards for waterproofing! At this point I tried to get in touch via switchboard with Leroy Merlin to enquire about the possibility of making a change with similar product under, but had to withdraw after three attempts because not reception "doesn't work" and is unable to speak to an operator. I have suffered loss of 200 euro, for logistical reasons, I hardly go to shop just for asking a question that I could do it over the phone. In perspective I would have to face considerable expense for my garden but it is evident that I will turn elsewhere. SergioLari
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  • Why don't you answer the phone? Thank you
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