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Walmart in Laguna Niguel, 27470 Alicia Pkwy

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Students from 27 CUSD schools were awarded $60 to $75 to purchase clothing at the Walmart in Laguna Niguel, and an additional $15 for shoes from Payless Shoesource, as part of the National Assistance League’s Operation School Bell program.

This Walmart in Laguna Niguel is pretty miserable. On occasion the store will have whatever it is I'm shopping for, whether it be Equate anti-itch cream or a cheap kitchen appliance, a new pair of Dickies or a bicycle tire repair kit; the sections are somewhat organized and the store itself is usually pretty clean... But the crowds of shoppers going in and out of the store are large and you seldom get to walk in without being harassed by either a troop of Girl Scouts, Greenpeace kids, nuns with buckets or the homeless helping the homeless.

Once inside there's this overpowering gust of old McDonald's that hits you in the face like a McFlurry and you have to dodge random people darting out from behind junk displays every five feet just to move a cart down the aisle... Medicated employees meander around. Confused senior citizens follow. Screaming children on leashes. Half opened boxes of beer. Used cosmetics in the automotive section and fifty of whatever computer gadget you may need, but only in turquoise... Meh. I've experienced better.

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This Walmart in Laguna Niguel is pretty miserable. On occasion the store will have whatever it is I'm shopping for, whether it be Equate anti-itch cream or a cheap kitchen appliance, a new pair of Dickies or a bicycle tire repair kit; the sections are somewhat organized and the store itself is usually pretty clean... But the crowds of shoppers going in and out of the store are large and you seldom get to walk in without being harassed by either a troop of Girl Scouts, Greenpeace kids, nuns with buckets or the homeless helping the homeless.

Once inside there's this overpowering gust of old McDonald's that hits you in the face like a McFlurry and you have to dodge random people darting out from behind junk displays every five feet just to move a cart down the aisle... Medicated employees meander around. Confused senior citizens follow. Screaming children on leashes. Half opened boxes of beer. Used cosmetics in the automotive section and fifty of whatever computer gadget you may need, but only in turquoise... Meh. I've experienced better.