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06/04/10Provided by Citysearch
the place is filled with foreigners and they each have their own little shop where you can step in a look at their merchandise. they will bargain with you and most were friendly. there were a few suspect individuals in there walking around but given the area the place is in is to be expected.
good place to go for handbags, men's urban clothes, and furniture.
The furniture store had really nice things and they offered financing and delivery.
04/22/10Provided by Citysearch
Beware of the man with the rolling game and the offer of a ""FREE ROLL"" they scam you out of money ""CLAIMING"" you will win. You just have to roll to ""100 miles"" they claim you will $100 when you get to 100 miles but the man scams the numbers so you end up paying double every roll..he IS A TOTAL SCAM!!! YOU NEVER WIN and he KEEPS COUNTING WRONG TO MAKE YOU PAY MORE!!! For the $1.00 he will give you 1 roll and you will get 50 miles and you only have to get 50 miles more...then he says the next roll is $5.00 and he distracts you from the miles you get..then he offers you double miles to roll again for $10 ext, DO NOT EVEN TAKE THE FIRST ROLL UNLESS YOU MAKE HIIM STOP..SO YOU CAN COUNT THE MILES YOURSELF...EVERYROLL!!!
09/10/09Provided by Citysearch
This place is not worth the drive. If you do decide to go make sure it's during the fall...I went this summer and they had a sign on the door that the a/c is not working and it was HOTT in there.The shops are about the size of a apartment walk in closet. Majority of the shops are for hair braiding. Then the other ones look like people just decide to bring stuff from their basement/attic and sell it from a stand...I've been to several of Atlanta flea markets and they are all the same.. These flea markets have nothing on ""BIG T"" back in Dallas TX although we call ours ""Bazaar"" and atlanta calls it ""Flea Market"" maybe that's the difference.
O yeah they had a few stands that sold cute purses but that's it.