Contributor "Q"posts in this scene from Ikea, a 4x4 with horse box having to use four spaces. As Citizen Q points out: this leaves some lovely bike parking
When you consider how much a horse box + horse weighs, this is actually a valid use for a vehicle with bigger engines and all wheel drive. What is surprising is taking a horse to ikea. Having taken a small child round the shop -indeed, having had a small child run off in that shop- it is clear that taking a small child round is a pretty stressful experience. But doing it with a horse? That is bold!
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Well, it's probably easier than measuring the wardrobe you're going to put it in, taking it home and finding the horse won't fit...
Maybe, but how you get a horse to test the bed in such a noisy environment as ikea?
It would be highly impressive to see someone galloping up the escalators at the entrance on horseback.
I walked to Ikea once and tried to get a bus back, only to be told that they only did returns from the centre to Ikea, and couldnt do a single back to town. And no I couldnt buy a return because it was going the wrong way. Had to argue the toss for ages and it was only when he had a queue of irate passengers waiting that he bent the rules.
You know which bus line to go to Ikea?? from to city center
The #5 bus apparently does it, Bristol Streets thinks so.
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