This is a great place to stop in if you're scrapping for something to do in Escondido. There are several exhibits-- one on horses in art throughout history, and another on beads (currently). It's only $3 for students.
...the property is amazing! It's open to the public, and it's a garden that is on a cliff overlooking the beach. It is a serene place to escape from reality for awhile. Admission is free!
This is completely different than the F Street in San Diego. That one is kind of cool to go look around in, even if you're not into buying 'adult stuff'. But the Escondido branch has a decidedly creepy air about it. I'd splurge and drive to SD if I were you.
This has gone downhill in recent years. You can still find some good bargains here, but you have to be willing to dig through a lot of trash and to deal with a rather sketchy scene.
This store really isn't all that different from Hidden Valley Antique Emporium. They both have a great selection of antiques, and the prices are consistently low.
Our dog came back with a little bleeding spot from where the scissors had nicked her. The staff was not very understanding about this. I would not trust them with my dog again.
The clothes here are really cheap-- sure, they don't cost a whole lot, but they will also fall apart the first time you wear them and won't quite fit right. If you want cheap clothes, go to Ross.
Good prices on guitars and other musical instruments. They also have professionals who give lessons on the premises. I would much rather come here than some of the larger chain stores in the area.
You can find anything here, from vinyl to CD to cassette. You can special order anything they don't have. Always has good prices-- they even honor competitor's sale prices!
Quail botanical gardens is one of the places I go when I just need to escape from it all. It's like the amazing backyard I never had. They have plants from all over the world. The only downfall is that it's like 8 bucks to get in.