Let's face it- shopping for groceries isn't typically the most entertaining endeavor- but somehow TJ's makes it fun.
Not only do they carry unusual items that you can't find anywhere else but they have friendly people working there, good prices and great deals on fresh flowers.
That makes them 4 1/2 stars in my book.
I'm addicted to Frozen Yogurt and this is a good shop. I was impressed with the selection of flavors and the service I received.
It also has a convenient location.
Pretty much my favorite athletic wear. It's nice to have one in La Jolla. Convenient shop- decent prices.
VERY comfortable clothing.
Is EVERYONE in San Diego having a baby this year ?? All I know is that I haven't spent this much time in toy stores since I was 10.
Geppettos is friendly and has a great selection.
It's located in a great walking spot too.
You don't need to purchase anything here to enjoy browsing through this wonderful gallery filled with original photographs.
The photos are pricey- but what do you expect from a place with genuine Diane Arbus and Ansel Adams photographs ?
The stuff I really love is out of my reach but that doesn't stop me from loving walking around this place. It's a beautiful gallery in a beautiful town.
Can't believe that there aren't more reviews of this ultra fun place in Cajun country. If you love crawfish (as I do) and dancing (as I do) and having fun (well, what do you think ?) you have got to make the trek to Randol's and surrender yourself to what they term "the Cajun "joie de vivre" "
It's true- I went here on my birthday with a group of friends and we danced all night and ate way too much crawfish - which they deliver to your table in buckets. Heaven.
They have different live bands all the time so I can't guarantee they are all as awesome as the one that was there the night I visited- but if you really want a unique experience- make the trip to Lafayette and Laissez les Bon Temps Rouler !
OK- I'll admit it. I like almost everything about New Orleans- it's difficult to disappoint me.
Just walking around the city is so much fun and then (surprise) the food is fantastic, the music is incredible and the shops are fascinating.
I wish I could visit more often.
I will never forget my visit to Marie Laveau's House. I was expecting cheesy but what I got was an experience- it doesn't matter what I believe- she believes it.
My rule of thumb in New Orleans is "go with the flow" If you do you'll have a wonderful time.
There aren't many Voodoo Houses in my neighborhood so it's not something I can do every day.
Expect a lot of eye rolling from other visitors. In my opinion, they are missing the fun.
Go with it and you'll have a great time.
Try the orange blossom cologne- it's not that expensive and it will transport you back to New Orleans when you wear it.
They actually will make custom blends for you- but of course that costs more.
They are very nice in the store and won't give you the evil eye if you walk around and don't make a purchase.
Honestly - I typically stay away from tours of any kind. The only reason I took the Cemetery Tour was that I had been advised it was unsafe to visit unaccompanied.
But I loved this tour- and Robert Florence, author of New Orleans Cemeteries and City of the Dead was a fabulous tour guide who added immeasurably to my appreciation of the sites we visited.
I recommend this company without hesitation- it's worth every penny.
I've only tried Fins a couple of times and was never that impressed. If I'm going to have Mexican food there are so many better options in San Diego.