Shopping cannot get more alluring than in the Westfield Century City; the open-air arcade caters to the uppity localities, so ... More
Westfield Century City
Shopping cannot get more alluring than in the Westfield Century City; the open-air arcade caters to the uppity localities, so one can just imagine the ambiance and facilities within. Free parking for three hours and exclusive concierge services make sure you shop in the utmost comfort and luxury. Stop at Bloomingdale's, Abercrombie, Apple and Banana Republic among 178 other stores. The AMC Century City 15 will keep you updated on the movie scene, while the likes of Kenny's Hot Dogs, Harper's Italian Restaurant and Ben & Jerry's will quell those gastronomic rumblings. With so much on offer, is it any wonder the place is crowded at any given time?
This corporate whorehouse is hostile to bicyclists. I parked my bike locked to a handrail for less than half an hour just to, upon returning, catch a Westfield employee in the act of trying to steal it by picking the U-lock . When confronted the thief gave an excuse of the shopping center's manager ordering him to . There is no sign of any kind within line of sight posted indicating bicycles are unwelcome, nor any bicycle racks on the block. Moreover,
a few feet away another employee , who has seen me parking , either a valet or a traffic regulator, haven't made a peep objecting to parking the bicycle. When asked whether the other clown gave the tip that a bicycle was ready for stealing, the thief insisted that the general manager made him to, Scandalous. Take your money elsewhere.
P.S. There seem to be no locksmith registered with this shopping mall indicating an oddly kept in-house lockpick artist.One wonders if these punked peasants run a bicycle theft operation
utilizing the pretext and the plausible deniability that comes with it while luring suckers in with the veneer of fake class.