My wife frequents this palce a lot. She gets our infant son some pretty nice outfits. The own is very nice and helpful. She said she can order anything that we do not see in the store. They have recently moved near Colonial village.
We have used this tannin spa since it was under the previous owner. Sunday's are 2 for 1 on any tanning service. We usually wait until then to purchase booth minutes. They have a turbo bed which is twice as expensive, a different set of minutes, a stand up booth, and about 8 regular beds. I prefer to go 20 minutes in the regular beds twice a week.
Magic Waters brings Six Flags and Noah's Ark in the Dells to Rockford. The ticket prices are not as steep and you don't need to travel very far at all. The Splash Blaster is the big attraction that is like a roller coaster raft ride.
Inexepensive self-serve car wash. Last time I was there, it was $2.50 for 4 minutes of water. Not bad. It use to be $1.75. The location is safe and well lit.
We needed to get out wedding picture reframed and, on a whim, decided on W. R. Crafts. I took about two weeks to get the frame made. The staff was friendly once we found someone to help us.
Old Chicago features somewhere over 300 different beers from all over the world. You can do "tours" to earn giveaways. Such as drink 10 beers from England and get a free hat. The atmosphere in the bar is great. It's reminisent of a North side tavern near Wrigley Field. I recommend the Italian nachos. Awesome!
As less than an amateur, I love that this course has no sand traps or water holes. It's a hilly course with a few challenging holes. The fees can't be beat. I believe it was only $11 for 9 holes during the week.
Highlander is a a local grocery store with a few locations around Rockford. The store resembles an Eagle store. The produce is usually a better quality than at Wal-Mart's supercenter. However, when they have sales, you need to have the Saver's Card to take advantage of the prices..
This is our bagel place of choice when our company gets bagels for a meeting or occasion. They offer a good variety of bagels and spreads. I think the bagels taste a bit better than Big Apple Bagels. I recommend the cinnamon and raisin.
This year was the first year that I was able to go to the orchard since I moved here 5 years ago. I wish I would have gone sooner. The location is great. The gift shop resembles the one in Cracker Barrel. You can watch the cider being made, as well as select pecks of freshly picked apples, get fresh, warm donuts (my favorite), and carmel apples. Totally worth the drive out of town. Try the Honey Crisp apples.. simply unreal.