Going to Toys R Us is like being a kid again. Rows and rows of toys, and some of them actually might be okay for teenagers and adults. The pricing is great, especially on the board games and other family items, and the clearance stuff is even better. You can find the latest toys (especially some you see on TV) here, unlike some other department stores that just have a section for toys.
The people at Postal Annex are nice. My first time there, I had trouble finding packing material and a box, and they were there to help me through the whole process. They have swift delivery and a good staff, which is what is important in my mind. The store was small, but nice, and I was able to go in and out in about 10 minutes, which is good for those in a rush.
I liked my Koby's experience. Basically, you get to go around and check out what other people have to sell, and they are usually old, used, but cool stuff. Its like a hundred garage sales all in one place. If you are looking for something rare or old, this is probably the place to find it. Its fun to just walk around and see what people offer.
Sav-on really lives up to its title, Sav-On. But some of their stuff looks shoddy and I don't know if I would trust my body on them. They do a little more than sell items, like photo processing and stuff, but seriously, the only thing worth checking out is the candy. They have some really cheap candy if you have a sweet tooth like me, sometimes four or five for a dollar.
When you are in need of some food at almost any time of the day, 7-11 is the way to go. They have a huge selection of food for any of your cravings, whether it be nachos, candy, or sandwiches. They are also home of the slurpee, the best cold drink for less than a dollar. Their stuff is really cheap and tasty enough to devour, and being open almost 24/7 makes it the best place to go when you are in a rush.
Anchor Blue has everything that today's teenager wears. They have a large selection of jeans, tops, shoes, and accesories for both girls and guys. They sell both an in-house brand and other name brands, which is great. Personally, I think too much of their stuff is blue, but thats just an opinion. The staff is friendly, I always get greeted and helped, the prices are so-so for clothes, and its fun in that store.
Old Navy does a great job with clothes for everyone in your family. Men, women, boys, girls, babies: its all covered. Even better, they are SUPER CHEAP! Seriously, sometimes you'll find pants for 2 dollars and a shirt for 1. This place is crazy. The clothes actually looks pretty nice and is decently thick, so you get what you pay for.
Micheals seems like a traditional store, with lots of really really old looking stuff. I guess the art supplies are decent, they have a lot of stuff that any craft enthusiast might enjoy, but I simply haven't found a use for this place. I mean, its fun to go and buy some stuff to make puppets or something, but some of the stuff is too expensive for my taste.
Once, I got home late and had to send out a package by the next day. Luckily, FedEx Kinkos was there for me. I went near midnight and they were STILL OPEN! I came in, did my business, there were people to help me, and we were all happy with the outcome. Its such a nice atmosphere and you can get your things done fast there.
Target is great. They have electronics, food, clothes, house items, and more. Seriously, they are the one stop for anything you might have on your shopping list. Its one of the only stores where you can find toilet paper next to a rack of DVD players, SERIOUSLY. They have great pricing, lots of staff to help and lots of cashiers to make sure you'll be on your way soon.