This bakery sells delicious breads, pastries, cookies, you name it. They have a nice selection of breads that are not sold in grocery stores. Delicious banana nut breads, lemon poppy seed breads, rosemary potato breads and other European varieties.
Our sandwich order was made on the spot with the freshest ingredients and although we did not expected it, they also sold cappuccino's.
Of course we went home with a bag of fresh cookies and pastries.
Sweet Pea sells beautiful vintage linens and offers a lot of Victorian "frou frou" items. The store is charming and has a nice selection in kitchen ware and small furniture. If you are in the neighborhood it is definitely worth a visit.
If you are collecting antique dinner ware and cups and saucers, this is your store! They also have tons of old, new and vintage jewelry. If you are a collector and happen to visit the Mission, you definitely need to go by this store.
La Dolce Vita sells lots of candles, jewelry, bath products, home decor and artwork from San Juan Bautista. The store looks cute and the owner is very friendly.
This little store really has all kinds of rocks, gem stones, little clear boxes with a magnifying glass on top to keep the treasures safe etc.
Of course we also had to take some rock candy home.
Mrs. B's treasures has all kinds of collectibles, dolls, gifts and more. The most interesting thing we found there was cats and dogs set up in a pen and it looked like they were really breathing. Never saw this before!
Coming from The Netherlands where Oilily is originated, I was pleased to see Oilily fashion also here in the USA!
Although they also sell boys clothing, it definitely is more girl oriented. The fashion style is very colorful with frills, layers and patterns. The quality of the products is high, which also reflects in the price.
Pet Food Max is just a little store in the Lucky's shopping center on the corner of Santa Teresa and Blossom Hill. If you are doing your grocery shopping and need pet food or supplies you can easily zip in and out of this store without having to go somewhere else again by car. The owner is very helpful if you need something and although the store is small, they have all essential quality products you need.
At this Extended Stay hotel you have your own kitchenette, sitting area and high speed internet. Some suites have a bedroom that you can close off from the sitting area.
We had family stay there a few times. It is close to our house so they did not have to go all the way down town and with the kitchenette it was easy to make their own breakfast. There is no pool but there is the option to use the pool from the hotel next to it.
Morgan Hill Aquatics Center has a toddler pool with fountains and a play structure in it, an instructional pool and a competition pool. Next to this they have two gigantic water slides and a play area with geysers.
There is always lots of life guards around, but since the place is huge you have to keep a good eye on the kids. There are convenient sun beds and a grass area. The grass is somehow always soggy so I always avoid that area.
The concession stands sell everything, from ice cream to hot dogs. The price is about $7 or $8 which is a fair amount for a whole day swimming. They do close early though, around 5pm, so if you come later in the afternoon there is not much swimming time left.