Yes, it was full of everything you might need on a trip and much more! And it's apparently open round the clock.
But the security staff were a bit too aggressive. The second time I went there I was refused entry on the grounds of my having a small back pack on my shoulder, though this in fact was my shopping bag and contained my wallet. I was directed to a "desk" outside where I could see someone else having their backpack "secured" with ties before they were allowed entry. Rather then being subjected to the same, I left my companion outside with my bag. (I did try to tell the security guard about presumption of innocence.)
In addition, the worst thing was the MASSIVE use of thick white plastic bags by the cashiers for encasing customers' purchases. These were used in abundance, often being only partially filled before another one was started. Each was tied with a plastic tie as well. There seemed to be absolutely no awareness of the environmental impact and sheer wastefulness of this.
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