It was okay. It was very crowded, smoky (cigarettes mostly) and not well organized. There weren't many places to sit and relax. You had to buy a "chip" to purchase food or drinks, and those were are two opposite sides of the arena. This WAS a problem, as I had already ordered food when I tried to pay with Euros and the Indian woman didn't speak English. Another customer finally interceded.
Also, there wasn't a single booth that had Cannabis Products. As in, hand lotions, clothes, balms and oils. WTF? I asked at the HighTimes booth and two associates said "No, we don't have that."
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