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Where do you recommend parking around the H Mart in Upper Darby?

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  1. I park right in front or the lot across the train tracks to the west.

    I've never had a problem with parking if I'm going to HMart. The meters are two hours and cheap as chips. I can't imagine I'd need more than two hours in that general area.

    1. I usually find a spot on Garret Rd. right behind it. If you try right in front and there are no spots, it's a bit of a drag.

      1. Frankly you might find it easier to go to the one in Cheltenham... straight shot down 309 from the turnpike right hand turn on Chelthenham Ave and it has its own lot.

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        1. re: cwdonald

          Was going to Inka Well nearby too.

          Parking right in front of H Mart is only for 45 min, I discovered.

        2. Park caddy corner away from Garrett Rd in bank lot, Sat no issue

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          1. re: Delucacheesemonger

            "Caddy cornner"??? Where were you educated? Topeka? It's "kitty corner".

            http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/20...

            1. re: PhillyBestBYOB

              C'est domage vous n'avez pas raison... The phrase 'caddy corner' is French in origin. It comes from the word 'quatre', the French word for four, which was misspelled as 'cater' in English. The phrase means diagonally opposite corners. It is also spelled cater corner, catty corner, or kitty corner

              1. re: cwdonald

                This is why you are my idol :)

                1. re: Delucacheesemonger

                  You are both from Topeka.

                  1. re: PhillyBestBYOB

                    I have relatives in Topeka... please do not disparage the city.. especially if you have never been there.

                    1. re: cwdonald

                      Topeka, wonderful town, spent a week there one night.

                      1. re: PhillyBestBYOB

                        The Heartland of America has a lot to offer.. first and foremost is no Bahstahn accents.

                        1. re: cwdonald

                          I'm not from Boston, I escaped there from the heartland!

                        2. re: PhillyBestBYOB

                          Hey, here's your Topeka !

                          Been to 49 states and 77 countries but cannot count Topeka in that group, if you disparage it, now on the list.