I had brought my favorite evening dress to Lone Tree Cleaners because there was a red wine stain that I hoped they could remove. I was afraid it was going to be a permanent stain but the lady there assured me that they will be able to get the stain off. To my sheer delight, they got the stain off but my dress and it looked just like new again.
Dr. Andal is a wonderful general practitioner. He is filipino so he is able to speak tagalog to patients which is great for those Filipino's who have a hard time understanding English. His office is located a short drive from the freeway and there are plenty of parking available in the parking lot out front. His office staff are also very friendly.
I have a nephew who just loves model trains and has a collection that keeps growing. I wanted to get him something new to add to his collection and I found Just Trains in the yellow pages. It wasn't hard to find but is a long drive from the freeway. This place has a huge selection of model train supplies. Their staff are very friendly and offer to help you find anything you're looking for.
Noodles For Kids is located in the downtown area of Martinez. It is a very cute store with an attractive storefront display showcasing samples of the latest clothing lines they have available. The store is neatly organized and clothes are attractively dispalayed. I love some of the clothing styles they carry. I was told these are European style clothing. Very cute and the staff are helpful and friendly.
Dr. Espinoza used to be my primary care physicians when I lived in the Daly City area. She was a very nice person and obviously cared about her patients. She always took the time to discuss my health concerns and she freely gave referrals to specialists when I asked her. Her office staff are also very friendly and efficient.
Dr. Shapiro used to be my gynecologist back when I lived in the Daly City area. She is really a great doctor and I would recommend her to anyone. She is not only a nice person but is very good at job. She remembers you and what's going on in your life. She takes the time to explain things and makes sure you understand.
I have been going to the San Jose Flea Market ever since I was a kid and have always had fun going there. There are so much to do and so much to see and buy. Not only do they have vendors selling everything you can think of buying but they have an entertainment area too. I remember loving to ride on the merry-go-around as a kid. It's just a great place to spend the day with the family.
I used to live in Alameda and loved to go to Tuckers for their delicious ice creams. I usually order my ice cream in their homemade waffle cone. I also loved ordering their cappucinos here as well which are just perfect. My niece loves their famouse cho chos which are chocolate malt ice cream in a cup with a stick.
Fenton Maclaren is located just a couple of blocks from the freeway. The store is easy to spot because they have a large green awning in the front of the building with the store name written in white letterings. They have a window display showing off some of their furniture. They sell a nice collection of antique furnitures, unfinished furnitures and some lighting as well. The sales staff are very nice.
I have gone into the Wax Museum once just to try it out with a couple of my friends. The front entrance is like a movie theater with advertisements showing samples of the wax figures they have inside. The front also looked desolate like it's an abandoned theater which gave me the creeps. Anyways the wax figures inside were a little creepy as well and I would recommend not going in there by myself.