Some of the most fun rollercoasters in the world are here. There are plenty of restrooms around the park, and lots of places to get some water. Food and drink are expensive, and sometimes the food should be of better quality... but that's the nature of the business. I would say get something small for the day because you'll be moving around and thrown around and your stomach won't like that with food. Season passes can't be beat!
Clean, nicely-priced, friendly, and the gas isn't always expensive either. The coffee area is spectacular! I wish the iced coffee machine was working when I was there earlier, but oh well.
This store has so much stuff-- which is awesome. But the staff there has been hit or miss-- friendly to just not worth bothering with. They can be rude, talking out loud about things we don't need to hear; not including cuss words, which I hear plenty of when two girls are talking together. I think a lot of the past reviewers have this Toys r' Us confused with the Baileys-Crossroads store where a sex assault on a little girl happened, needless to say, parents need to take better care of their kids here. This store also needs to be cleaned!
The prices aren't half bad, though, and you can do most shopping here without having to go store to store. But yeah, fix this place up, they are in competition with Target, and Target isn't half bad either.
I like this place a lot-- the food is good, the servers are friendly but sometimes a little too robotic than warm and inviting. If you ask them something they seem to pull a blank like they are caught off guard. They should be a little more personable and a little more approachable. The food-- I don't know, it is good, but it really does not stand out. It's like a lot of the dishes taste the same unless you eat certain things that stand out inside the dishes, like the sausages or peppers. The neverending pasta bowl and the soups are excellent, however. The breadsticks could use a little more flavor as well.
This place gets insanely crowded on the weekends and the parking lot is less than friendly on a hill with even meaner drivers skidding around, so be careful. The staff seems to know what is going on for the most part but you'll run into the occasional bum. This place is huge, and most people here will point you in the right direction or will help you get something for you. Go during the week, it's way less crowded.
The prices can be steep, but they are friendly and fast. They have never screwed up in the many times I have come there to get film developed and I am assuming the price hike in most photo places is due to the rise in digital camera sales, which is both good and bad, I guess. I recommend this place for quality service.
I can find most things here without having to go to other places. Belts, shoes, socks, boxers, shirts, shorts, pants, etc. The prices are debatable, but for the most part they have satisfied me in my years of visiting. The staff there does not really know what is going on, though, and many things or unorganized.
PROS: Decent prices, good selection
CONS: Unorganized at times
I learned fast and was able to get a hold of driving much quicker than I expected to. The instructors are pleasant to deal with and tell you when you are messing up without panicking you.
I've had real hit or miss experiences here... sometimes, the service is stellar; the greet is done and delivered well, our food is rung up and delivered in a timely manner and it tastes good. Then there have been nights where we come in and it's just a disaster; some weirdo who treats us like his bong-hit buddies gets our order wrong, and to make matters worse, the food wasn't good. When the food is done right, it is portioned well and can taste really, really good. But I have had too many bad experiences outweigh good ones, unfortunately.
PROS: Decent food when they are on a good night
CONS: Some workers should be at home hitting the pipe instead
A relaxing store where you can zone out and catch up on some reading while also sip on some coffee at the coffee shop inside. It's usually very quiet. Some of the prices aren't the best, but this isn't also the first place I go to for things like CDs. Mostly magazines and paperback books.