I made a list of what I like and don’t like in alcohol at my last two Walmart exits.
I’ve now gone through the exits, I have my own list of favourites, and I’ve got my recommendations for the best places to get your fix of the alcohol.
Here are some of my tips on getting your best drink in Walmart exit 44.
In Walmart exit 34, the beer taps were full, so you’d have to be at least a half an hour early to get one.
But it was still worth it, as you were able to grab a drink at one of the local craft breweries.
When it comes to alcohol at exit 43, I’ve been disappointed in how little booze I’ve had in the past.
If you’ve already had a good drink, the price on the bar is worth the price.
There’s also a big selection of craft beers in the drink bar.
You can also grab some fruit punch and pretzels, but if you don’t want to pay for the drinks, you can also try a salad bar.
In Walmart exits 5 and 14, you have to wait an extra half an or an hour to get a drink.
The other option is to just walk in, grab a bottle, and walk out.
However, you’ll be much more likely to enjoy the drinks if you’re in a good mood.
It’s also worth pointing out that in exit 10, there are no bars on the ground floor.
What’s more, you need to be on the first floor to grab any alcohol.
I have to say that I have been very happy with how much I enjoyed my visit to Walmart exit 14.
We got a bottle of wine, a beer, and a couple of lagers from the craft beer bar, and it was all tasty and well-priced.
It’s worth noting that exit 15 and exit 16 are also only available in the mornings, but that’s a good thing, as they’re perfect for a lazy Friday night.
Finally, if you want to get some fun at Walmart, it’s a great way to get drunk and see the sights.
Walmart exit 11 is the best place to see the harbour and the Sydney Harbour Bridge, while exit 13 is best suited to catching up with friends in the pub.
For a better idea of how good the food and drinks at Walmart are, check out this video from The Sydney Morning Herald.