Tired of the same look of your door? Give your entry a face lift with custom made screen doors. You can choose from an exclusvie collection of designs in different varities. All doors are custom made and made of heavy 16 gauge construction.
Check out their showroom or online.
Dante's Interiors offers top treatments, shades, blinds, draperies, wood shutters and window tinting. They work with you to design and problem solve and not just take your order and run. They offer free in home estimates that are competitive in pricing.
This place will restore your deck or offer various other services for your pool area. In business for 19 years and they guarantee their work. The install new pool decks, patios walkways, steps, salt finish and more. They also restore old concrete and cooldecks.
Check them out if you are in the market for work on your pool area.
The Shoe House carries a large selection of narrow through wide widths of shoes. They sell many name brand shoes including Birkenstock, Ecco, Rockport, Clarks and more. Great service and competitive prices. Check them out when you are in Tucson.
Located in the heart of Chester County, PA. In business for over 40 years and sells beautiful high end antique dolls. Known for his expertise in the field, you can obtain a world of information just stopping in his store and chatting with Richard.
Richard Wright attends many national doll shows along with local. He has a vast collection that you are more than welcome to see when stopping into his shop in Pennsylvania.
The Toy Shoppe is a toy store that carries high end modern collectible items. The shop has been in existence since 1975 and has offered numerous LE and exclusive editions throughout the years.
Just some of the brands they sell are R John Wright, Madame Alexander, Steiff, Barbie, and more. Always a pleasure to visit this store and shop with them.
The Nevada Northern Railway Museum is a unique experience. Bu9ilt in 1905/1906, it is a portal back in time. This museum is not your customary museum. There is no display building per se. The museum encompasses a 40 acre outdoor National Historic Site containing 49 buildings and structures; steam locomotives, electric locomotives, diesel locomotives, historic passenger cars and over fifty freight cars.
They offer many annual special events throughout the year. Open every day throughout the year.
Orange Empire Railway Museum operates a museum railway where visitors can ride on the classic trolleys, passenger trains and other equipment of Southern California's railroad past. The museum railway operates every weekend and on most major holidays from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
On a typical weekend (other than during special events), two trolleys are running on the half-mile dual-gauge Loop Line, and another train is operating on the 1.5 mile standard gauge Mainline. A Pacific Electric interurban car also operates on the Mainline on selected weekends.
While admission and parking for the museum is free , a ticket must be purchased to ride on the museum railway. Your ticket is good for the entire day, for as many trips as you wish
This is, hands down, my favorite restaurant. Parking can be at a premium so go early, or you may also do valet. You can choose to either eat at the bar or in the restaurant. If you're just going for a night out with friends, nothing fancy, take a seat in the bar. They have good food, and during happy hour, great prices! Try to sit on their patio. It's nice and has heat lamps for cold winter nights.
The restaurant is very nice. They offer a great wine selection and great bread! Definitely try the Brig's appetizers. Each appetizer is good so don't be picky. The entree's are always quite plentiful and always need to take mine home.
Desserts are great too. The creme brulee is definitely my favorite. You won't be sorry going to the Brig!
The best place to take film to be processed that I've ever found. I'd been going to another local photo shop place and paying huge prices and I wasn't happy with the results. I heard about 30 minute photo and decided to check them out. I'm certainly glad I did because it's the only place I'll go to now with my film.
You can either go into the shop with your film or CD or you can visit their comprehensive website. Check them out. I can't believe it took me this long to find them.