I have been going to this practice for years. The staff that work there (and tend to stay there) are very friendly. I never wait very long and never get the impression someone "doesn't know what they are doing." They have a store in the front for eyeglasses. This is where I got my first pair and graduated onto contacts years later.
They have a new test that eliminates the need to dialate your eyes to check them. They also offer contact reordering on the internet.
The business seems to be doing well and I like the fact they are keeping up with technology. They have a very nice facility that's bright and cheery.
I like this thrift store that deals primarily with children's clothes. The owners aren't the friendliest but they know there stuff and are very willing to help you if you ask. The store isn't the clean modern store you'd prefer to shop in. But I view these things as my way of saving money. They don't pay for a prime location where the cost would be added to the items.
Anyway, lots of stuff here. Books, videos, potties, tons of clothes, toys, excersaucers, swings, bouncers, high chairs, cribs, gates etc. You can also sell your stuff to them, but they are picky about what they take. I have seen them reject a swing because they knew it to be faulty.
Call for the hours. I think they run something like 10-5 M-Sat.
I went here this morning with my two year old. I was impressed.
The first building has a large playroom for children under 5. It contains: two train sets, a pretend picnic area with grill, pretend house that kids can sit in, pretend boat, some sort of computer activity and more.
After you pass through this building you go outside to the trail. Along this path are toys. My son immediately spotted a push toy he liked and pushed it down the trail until we got to a section with a sandbox, more toys and a wood climbing structure. If you keep walking there are more climbing areas. Beyond that is a house where we played in the pretend veterinary clinic and another room with a tunnel and some animals.
They do have some animals there which my son only wanted to see briefly. So briefly, I saw a cow, goats, sheep, quail, geese, and pigs.
Next to the live animals is an indoor play center. There is a pretend grocery store. They have carts, different foods to select and a cash register. Lots of learning activities also: toys, chalkboard, dig for bones, magnets, puzzles, dairy farm video and more! That was our favorite part.
This is a great place for a toddler. We paid $8 for the two of us and it was well worth it. Check it out!
We found a cat in our backyard that was clearly an indoor cat at one time. It had long fur, no claws, and beautiful. I suspected someone got rid of it because it had a biting problem.
I'll make a long story short to say that no one would pick him up and there was no where else to take him that I could find except the AWA.
I took it to the AWA in Vorhees where they don't euthanise the animals unless they are not adoptable. That means an adult cat can be there a looong time, but it was better than living in the snow in my back yard. So they charged me $75 and I dropped him off. I think they charged me less because I had him checked out by the vet. They will not take strays here, only animal that are surrendered by their owners.
Seemed like a decent enough place. When we dropped him off there was a girl working in the cat room handling the cats to keep them sociable.
When I get another cat I would like to adopt one from there because I can find out it's history.
This is an excellent group of physicians. I started going here when I was pregnant. They rotate you through the staff so that if you deliver and they are on call you are already familiar with them. I can understand why someone would not like that and I didn't think I would either. It turned out there was only one doctor that I didn't really like but I've heard others say he was their favorite. I usually go for easygoing but this one is serious and direct. My point is that their all good and have tons of experience.
I still go here and have no reason to switch practices. This is a very busy practice so you usually have to wait a while for an appointment.
They are affiliated with Mercer Medical Center in Trenton. I also know they have a midwife on staff if you are interested.
I searched high and low for a decently priced apartment when I was working in Princeton. Woodmere has reasonable rates for a small complex in a quiet area. Pets are allowed-I think dogs required a monthly fee. There are 1 BD, 1 BD+den, and 2 BD apartments available although the apartments were somewhat outdated. For instance, we had a kitchen and bath with gold appliances/fixtures but they functioned well enough. We also had a dishwasher. The laundry room was located in the basement every two buildings. These were apartments with hardwood floors.
I like quiet and things were always quiet here, even though it is in a very convenient location (between Quakerbridge Road and Rt. 33). Parking was never a problem and Mercer County Park is right across the street.
Although it was nice to have trees behind the complex, our apartment seemed quite dark since the only other light we got was the window in the front kitchen.
Wonderful selection of cookies and pastries and very tasty too. They also have some limited seating including chairs in front of a fireplace. This would be a cute place for a girl's tea party which is a service they offer. Parking is in the rear.
Excellent restaurant off the beaten path. Here you can find creative dishes, a simple but elegant atmosphere, and affordable prices. We have never had a bad meal here and the wait staff is very attentive.
-The pizza section is separate and we've never tried it.
PROS: Food quality, price, atmosphere, menu selections, variety
CONS: Does not have a liquor license
This is where I held my wedding reception. We were very happy with it. The staff was experienced and everything went smoothly. The food was great. The dessert table was more than anyone expected. It came out with sparklers which made it really exciting. Everyone had a really great time here and it was very affordable as well.
This is a great place to take your toddler. He/she can freely run around and play with the ball pit, carousel, moonbounce, castle, slide, etc. There is an eating area for lunches and they do sell a few snack and drink items. Children over 5 years old are not allowed inside which does make it nicer for the little ones.
Check out their website.