Their floral designs are classy and classic, but you can also buy flowers by the stem or bunch. They're pretty expensive, but you get what you pay for.
These apartments, owned by Avalon, are somewhat overpriced, but you can't beat the location. Close to studios, shopping, and restaurants, they're located in a nice neighborhood, have pools and a workout facility. The short term leases are perfect for the new transplant to LA.
McClave is not your typlical mall chain store. It's privately owned and operated and the owner does many of the designs himself. My husband and I have purchased two rings he designed, and have been very pleased. Every time I go shopping, they clean my rings for free while I shop. I'll definitely go back.
I've always had great experiences with trolley tours in other cities, so I bought on the Waikiki Trolley day 1. A hop-on, hop-off it is not. You'll have to wait up to an hour between trolleys, which lets you waste your day away waiting on the side of the road. Next time I'll take a taxi or rent a car.
Perched high on a hill in the Ozark Mountains overlooking this idylic town, this historic hotel is a great place to stay. The rooms aren't cookie cutter, and it's a perfect location near shopping and restaurants.
Batting cages, a big arcade and several miniature golf courses make up this entertainment complex. It's really well maintained and totally worth checking out - for adults and kids alike.
This is your grandfather's bowling alley, restored to it's heyday. You might spot a celebrity just trying to get some good old-fashioned bowling in. The best part is that there's an excellent deli attached that you can order food from, which is much better than your usual bowling-alley-chili-dog fare.
This is not your grandfather's bowling alley. It's got a definite club vibe: dark and intimate with a sleek design. It's trying to make bowling cool, and achieves it.
This place can be great fun if you go with a big group. You'll be playing laser tag with people you know, which is so much fun, you'll feel like a kid again. Go with a friend and it's a little less fun to play with strangers.
Their cream cheese filled pastilitos are to die for, melt-in-your-mouth, beyond compare. La Suiza does a great job at everything and I always have to stop here when in Miami.