This is a fantastic place to purchase paper. As an art student, I am always looking for varieties of paper, varying in texture, color, detail, etc. Crest Paper Products has everything I could be looking for. There is, of course, generic inkjet friendly paper, to handmade paper with pieces of dried flowers within the fabric of the page. They are very willing to accommodate you to get the size you need and the edges of the paper the way you desire.
There's something about a bookstore that welcomes you to read and get accessories like book marks and such that is great, especially when Jesus isn't surrounding you. MacOn is a great, simple, unbiased bookstore that let's you read freely. Although small, they can order whatever you need and always give you the best price.
There was something about this book store that made me love books more. Your mainstream book stores have huge selections and make it very accessible to get other books. They feel more like cafes for readers. This place...had a certain essence, a feeling of appreciable quiet that made you want to read that very moment. Although they did not have the widest selection of books, they were very willing to order it for a very fair price
I am not accustomed to seeing comic book stores in Jersey too much anymore...or at least not in excess. I am embarrassed to say I hadn't read comics since I was much younger. This place, although small, had a pretty decent collection. It had my all time favorites since I was a kid, and were willing to pull some strings if you really wanted a particular comic. This was a cool place that I hope sees further development in the future.
The Residence was a quaint little place to rest your head. Lynchburg itself is a charming town, with so many different aspects and surprising jewels about it. This bed and breakfast was very cozy, set in a suburban area...you felt like you were walking into your grandmother's house. The rooms are small and simple, but very comfortable. The food is fantastic and perfect to get you going on your journey. The staff were friendly and memorable, and the prices were terrific.
Christmas Cheer is really a great place to go to for the holidays. It is really full of ornate and fun things that you can use to entertain guests with at holiday parties, or simply decorate your home with charming and personable trinkets. They were reasonably priced and were very helpful with your holiday hosting needs.
This was a great place to get a tree. My mother and I, more often than not, used a fake tree for Christmas. This past year we got a real tree from Bear Swamp Farm...we were so happy we did. Like any other place that sells Christmas trees, they had all different sizes and colors and types of trees, but their trees were so fresh, still smelled so fragrant, and were so cheap! On top of that inside their small shop there were tons of Christmas items, you could buy decorations or even fake trees, stalkings, etc. Their workers helped you load the tree to your car and were full of the holidays.
My aunt and uncle wanted to re-do their driveway because it had a lot of bumps and cracks from years of weather and terrible storms beating down on it. They arranged for the Paving Contractors to come in: they were punctual, polite, and worked very diligently. The driveway, in the end, was smooth and more forgiving to weather and precipitation. Although the final price was slightly higher than the estimate, we still got a bargain compared to other companies.
So my computer was experiencing issues, becoming very slow and often not executing commands. I soon realized that a virus had slipped through and had infected my computer. I brought my PC to American Unlimited where I was assured that my computer could be fixed. Unfortunately I had to bring my computer to them twice because the first time the virus was never completely removed and the second, although having been completely removed, took an extremely long time before it was returned. because of the complications I was given a great discount...so this place was alright, but I wish they were more efficient.
Party Fair is pretty similar to Party City, having costumes, especially around Halloween, and a plethora of party accessories. I remember as a kid being able to pick out cool things to put in a party bag around my birthday. They have just about all your (generic) party needs at a decent price.