And the award for least intuitive parking garage goes to…

Webster Place theatre! CP and I headed out there Monday night with our significant others to catch a late showing of Wedding Crashers. Who knew that 10:15pm on a Monday night was such a hot time to see movies? We battled through the mess of parking and found a spot on the third level. Little did we know that the fun was yet to start. After we found out that Wedding Crashers was sold out, we made our way back to the car and straight into a logisitcal mess. Have you ever tried to pull out of that garage while there was influx of people trying to make their way up the ramps to park? It’s a complete nightmare. The lanes are barely wide enough for two cars, nevermind the fact that the corners are tight, people have to stop and wait for spots, and people have to back out of tight spots to head back down the ramp. As we tried to pull out, we were blocked in by 3 cars, all of which had no clue what to do. Even better, cars on the lower levels haul ass around the turns, not realizing that there are cars heading down as well. We nearly had our front bumper clipped. But, you know, that is totally acceptable for a movie theatre garage. Because people never go to the movies. Way to go, architectural planners.

4 Comments so far

  1. tankboy (unregistered) on July 20th, 2005 @ 11:11 am

    Webster Place is THE FUCKING WORST PLACE to see a movie in the city. The parking, the people, the location…its like an interdimensional portal of complete suck.

  2. Alana (unregistered) on July 20th, 2005 @ 11:56 am

    “interdimensional portal of complete suck”

    Oh my God. Give that man a ribbon.

  3. tankboy (unregistered) on July 20th, 2005 @ 3:12 pm

    I’ll accept a cookie if no one has any ribbons. I like cookies.

  4. Moon (unregistered) on August 2nd, 2005 @ 3:57 pm

    It does sound like your problem isn’t with Webster Place. Your problem seems to be that you are still trying to drive around in the city.

    Dump your car. You don’t need it!

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