I visited this clinic once or twice when I first moved to the area and was looking for a family doctor. I wasn't impressed, as the staff seemed rushed and I had to wait quite awhile. They also didn't seem to be super friendly, I felt you were more a number than a person. I like the location of the office, it is nearby, but the service made me look elsewhere.
I subscribe to this local paper off and on, when i am not subscribing, I buy it at the newsstand on Sunday. There is enough stuff to read in sunday edition to last me all week. The coupons are great- I save on average $50 a week on groceries with the advertizer coupons each week. The customer service is always pretty good, When i subscribe, I occasionally get a missed paper, but I just call, and thye have it delivered within an hour.
We moved our business form a traditional bank about a year ago, due to poor customer service. We chose San Diego County Credit Union, and wish we had done so much sooner. Their customer service is outstanding, and you can earn interest on your checking and savings accounts. They always address me by name, and take care of all my needs with out making it seem like they are rushing me.
My husband has his dental work done at this office, and has had good service over the last couple years. They do good, thourough work, and the fees are average for dental work for this area. The staff is friendly and helpful, and will help to put you at ease if you are nervous about going to the dentist.
I did a clinical trial at this facility. The office staff is very professional, and the doctors are caring and in tune with your needs. I always had all of my questions answered. I got test results back quickly. They communicated with me, and taught me everything I needed to know. I didn't get pregnant, but i only did 1 cycle there.
This thrift shop supports the San Diego Center for the Blind. They have high quality items, and really good prices. It is a very small shop, and the people are really friendly. The center is a great place, too. helping blind people adapt to their changing needs, with training, classes, and counseling. I took classes here when i was first diagnosed with a degenerative retinal eye disease. I learned a lot- everything from how to manage money with out sight to how to put on makeup without sight.
If you want great prices for fresh fruit and vegis, this is the place to go. It's a little mom and pop type shop, they have a very tiny selection of groceries, but the rest of the store is dedicated to fresh produce. The prices are great- I always go here first before i buy at Vons down the street. I have never had a problem with the quality, either.
Well, the shop is cute, but I didn't think their candles were anything extra special. They cost more than I like to pay for a piece of wax- I can get Yankee Candle at Bed Bath and Beyond and they smeel just as good, or better. The service was fine, friendly & helpful as you would expect from a small town shop. A lot of their candles are locally made.
My husband is nuts for airplanes, and he absolutely loves coming here! tons of old aircraft, from the wright flier to modern day war machines. They have a kids area, too, where thye let the kids climb in and do activities. The atrium is awesome, and a great place to relax. They have some days where they have planned activities for kids- we went once and they were teaching kids to make paper airplanes that were not just your standard ones. My daughter loved it,and spent the next month using up all my computer paper making airplanes at home!
We like going to the natural history museum. They have things that my daughter can actually touch, which I think is important for kids. Even the things she could not touch were presented in a way that drew her in and had her asking tons of questions. Worth the admission for an afternoon of learning, but get ahold of an entertainment book and you will get a coupon for a free admission when you buy 1.