How inconvenient!!!!

@Fortress Stadium, Lahore Cantt

Can you guys see the encircled area? that’s the barrier, which hinders you to take a round of Fortress Stadium in your car. It has been there for about a month or so and this totally has changed the face of stadium.

It looks deserted now. All they did is, that they made a few new parking lots at the back side near Sozo World including a temporary parking, so no one can park cars in the area from McDonald’s to Bundo Khan (maybe to alleviate parking problems).

One need’s to walk all the way from backside parking to the main market area. Though, there is another parking lot before McDonald’s there, yes, the old one, but it is always jam packed (nights!), and it looks too weird (I don’t know why) and one can easily miss it and then you have to move with the flow of traffic with no point to return. I asked the person, at entrance, why they blocked this road? He said, “for security purposes”. …goodness gracious.

So, especially if you are driving some elderly persons, who cannot manage to walk much, you need to be very vigilant about the nearest-possible parking, otherwise, you will end up having a take 2 i.e. a second round, specially if you wanted to go to shops just next to the entrance and parking is already full.

The above-mentioned problem that you can face is expected when all possible spaces before that encircled barrier are already occupied, …bad, if you just wanted to spend a minute or two at Pot Puri.

So its like that, sometimes you want just half of it, and they make you see all of it.

2 Comments so far

  1. babar (unregistered) on August 21st, 2007 @ 4:31 am

    I think its very convenient for the shoppers not to have cars flying by on the road next to the shops :) . And its good to move ones legs sometimes . Docs say that :)

  2. Pretty Simple (unregistered) on August 21st, 2007 @ 1:45 pm

    Its troublesome for old ppl and for youngers too somtimes when they have to carry things. Doc is right :)

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