As you enter the store, hop on the double-decker bus that goes in the direction of “4 levels of fun”, pass portraits of M&M’s as famous British figures, and take advantage of the numerous photo ops with giant M&M’s, many dressed as or posed in ways that are unmistakably British.
While I couldn’t very well take my kids in there and not buy anything, I was determined that I was not going to fall victim to paying a lot of money for plush M&M’s toys or clothing, and I stuck to my guns in that regard. Instead, I paid through the nose for M&M’S in pretty colors that came out of the wall dispenser.
When the little ladies were asked what their favorite moments in London have been, this ranked in the top 3 for both.
I guess it’s like another ad campaign reminds us, you can buy lots of things (preferably with their credit card), but some moments are priceless.