From one land to another, the owner and head cook of this restaurant brought family recipes for traditional dishes. She sells cookbooks, cultural history pieces and wonderful food. They have a buffet meal and individual dishes. The best I think are the emerald prawns. They have been open since I was young and I love the food here. Support local businesses and eat here.
I loved this place as a child and go back here whenever I am in the Tri-Cities. The train that travelled around the restaurant, the food, and the ice cream in the cold metal dishes are all a part of my memory. I haven't been here for a while so I hope it is still the same but this was and is a world class place.
Need an obscure movie and live in the Pasadena area? Then take a trip to this little shop at Mission West. They have a lot of foreign films, independent films, documentaries and obscure films. They have a unique way of organizing their films so that you can find an interesting film for your Saturday night.
Do you wish you could take a trip to the Alps but just don't have the money? Then take a trip to Leavenworth, Washington, and stay at this hotel on the main street. My family stayed here when I was a child and I loved this town. The hotel is beautiful and they have great service. It is near all the attractions of the town including the Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony in December.
I love this place! You can get all sorts of beads here, expensive and not expensive. It is a fun place to get ideas for jewelry making or even just browse to see what they have to offer.
My family ate here on a trip about ten years ago. It was started by one of the actors from MASH. It is Hungarian food, mostly sausages, sauerkraut, pickles, etc. I remember the pickles because in the gift store they sold large jars of it. The food was great and the atmosphere was fun. At that time, there were photos all over the place of celebrities who had eaten there and given an autographed photo.
I like to go in this store whenever I take a day off and go to Montrose. It is a cute little store with tons of stuff. I have never seen so much craft and scrapbooking paper and supplies. It is well worth the drive if you live outside of the Montrose area. But, I notice they have a website so you could probably order their stuff online.
She helped me understand how to "view" my doll collection that I inherited. She told me how to value them, how some aren't of any value because they are too new or too common and how to take care of the old dolls that I have. She has a packed store with tons of antiques and dolls, some I had seen at my great-grandmother's house as a child. She was very helpful and more than generous with her time as I did not sell any dolls to her or buy anything and I thank her for that. So, I plan to talk with her when I do want to sell.
This couple has provided instruction in CPR and First Aid to the non-profit I worked for. Their instruction was excellent and beneficial. They have both been trained in the medical profession and have licenses in medicine and nursing respectively. They are warm, generous and informative and our contracted through the American Red Cross to provide instruction and give certificates to those who complete their sessions. They work out of their home but often go to your workplace to provide the classes.
I am going to give a shout out to Vicki Mu for her hard work and dedication to her job. I have not used her as my realtor mostly because right now I could never afford a house but she is a friend of a co-worker and I know of her work. She is good and cares about providing good service to her clients. She also cares about children and youth in Los Angeles and supported the after-school program I worked at by sponsoring a field trip to a Clippers game with her boyfriend.