I think the best way to describe the care that Rainbow Bridge gives your dog is AWESOME! Debbie and Kevin care for your pet as though he/she was one of their own; everything they do is based on what is best for your pet and the extended family of pets (for every dog they care for becomes a member of their extended family) that they look after day after day. I am so thankful to have found such a warm, caring and inviting place for our dog to spend some of his time away from home. It is quite clear that both Debbie and Kevin have many years of experience in caring for animals and love working and caring for them. Whenever our dog is at Rainbow Bridge I never worry about what might happen, for I know he is in the best hands possible and anything necessary would be provided him. Although the rating system on Insider Pages only goes to five stars - they are a 10 in my book! Thank you Rainbow Bridge!
I am not sure there is any way to describe the care that this post op recovery facility gives other than fabulous. Ruthy is so caring and seems to understand your every need. She is tending to you every step of the way and makes sure all your medical needs are met and then some. A stop here after surgery is worth every penny!
It seems everyone who uses Dr. Rosenfield and his office further recommend him to friends and acquaintances and it is no wonder why. Dr. Rosenfield and his staff show the utmost care and support in whatever procedure a patient is undergoing. When you are in the office you truly feel as though you are the only one there and all attention and care are focused on you alone. Information supplied before, during and after procedures are detailed, easy to read and give you needed information every step of the way. And finally, results are outstanding! Follow up to surgery is so personal, again you feel as though you are the only patient that matters. Dr. Rosenfield and his office set the bar for personal care and results at the highest levels and are able to maintain that with ease!
Setting up a reservation for a winery tour and tasting is a must when up in the Napa region. The facility and grounds are rustic and magnificent with and the grapes grown use sustainable farming techniques. The resulting wine if phenomenal! It is a definite stop during a wine outing!
Although a small store, the runners factory has a very good selection of running shoes and clothing to fit all sizes. Located just across from Old Town they are very convienent to get to with parking literally on all four sides.
There used to be a Petroglyphs located in Menlo Park and Palo Alto however the closest ones now are in San Jose and Los Gatos. It is alot of fun to have a ceramic party at Petryglyphs - you and your friends can take a bottle of wine and paint ceramics. Not only is it alot of fun for a group but you also have a lasting memory in the piece you painted. Try it out sometime.
The nice thing about the clinic is that it is full service. Not only can you see your doctor here, but the facility also contains an x-ray lab, pharmacy and lab for drawing blood. The doctors I have seen all seem good but finding a doctor is rather personal so I would suggest you look at their bios and decide based on criteria that is important to you.
I have used the Foothill./Deanza College Adult education and found them to be extremely high quality classes. The process to sign up for a class is almost too simple - you sometimes think you have not done something correct for it is so uncomplicated. The quality of the teachers seems to be very high.
This is a great spot to bring the family. There are trails to hike around, a mini-farm, a large patch of vegetable garden and a home originally built by the Duvenecks. You can learn alot about the history of the area by stopping at this location. They also have summer camps, birthday parties, etc. with the theme throughout of environmental responsibility.
I recently cancelled my subscription to the Mercury News for I found their reporting to be very one sided and biased. On some critical news that would favor a view opposed to that of the Mercury News, many times they go without reporting it. As you will see in another review of mine I simply look at the Palo Alto Daily (which is free) and listen to radio to gather my news. I also have Yahoo postings with key headlines and still do keep the Mercury News on Line as one of the sites I can visit if I want to see additional things.