Get the special Daikoku raumen. The pork broth is so rich in flavor! I have never tasted better pork soup. Trust me, I've had plenty. The bowl is large. The combo allow you to choose a small rice bowl, too. You will be full for sure. The combo is enough for me to eat with my child. Even at $11 to $14, it is well worth it, especially in cooler weather
The ladies here are so professional. Don't be offended if they don't take your stuff. They take what they can sell. The always call before they mark down your stuff. So, if you don't want to sell low, you can pick up the item.
The place is very well run. The two ladies at the front desk have the process down to a science. You do have to wait two weeks for your initial consultation. Once you have started your program, you have found a time that works for you, you come in and out right on time. My therapist and the others that I have observed prescribe just the right amount of therapy and will adjust your program almost every time you come in if needed. Each therapist also seems to have an assistant who helps you with the myriad of equipment. I like that because the therapists can see more patients and the students learning to be therapists are mentored. Everyone seems to enjoy being there.
The doctor/owner of this place is energetic and helpful. They take Spectera and will special order frames for you if you know what you are looking for. The same pair of frame I ordered would have cost me twice or more the amount at another place. The receptionist was not very creative in handling special situations. If it is not something she knows how to do, she will just stone-wall you. The nurse does not volunteer to help either, although she was very good in fitting my glasses. So, if you don't get the service you need, call the doctor.
This is one of those cafe/diners with an extensive menu, both Asian and Western. You can get a good slab of steak here or Singaporean stir fried rich noodles. It is famous for its pork rib "tea"-a broth that is cooked with some semi-medicinal seasoning. Try the red bean ice here, too. This restaurant has been around for a long time (20 yrs?). The original owner sold it to one of the employees several years back. And the quality has remained.
This is a casual dinning place with a wide variety of foods. From fried rice & noodle soup to steak and bake pasta, from Singaporean stir fried rich noodles to rice cooked in clay pot. Everyone will find something to eat or drink here. Good price! Very busy and crowded on weekends.
The main photographer is quiet and good with children. When he is not there, the receptionist take up the camera, too. She is nice, too, except when it is a very busy day and she does not have time for questions. Then, she can be down right rude. The studio does sports team and individual photos, children's photos and dog's photos. No, this is not the place that takes glamour shots.
I saw a special on this company a few year's back and noticed it's factory just down the street from where I live. I visited their store recently and the sales people were beautify, helpful and knowledgeable. I love the line of bags made of completely recycled materials. I bought a bag for a friend in Paris, France, yes, fashion capital of the world, but also where purses are cut all the time by thieves. You can't cut through these with a regular razor. Snobbish people can think whatever they want, it is made in the USA (in my city!) and is a good example of American innovation and entrepreneurship!
I saw a special on this company a few year's back and noticed it's factory just down the street from where I live. I visited their store recently and the sales people were beautify, helpful and knowledgeable. I love the line of bags made of completely recycled materials. I bought a bag for a friend in Paris, France, yes, fashion capital of the world, but also where purses are cut all the time. You can't cut through these with a regular razor. Snobbish people can think whatever they want, it is made in the USA (in my city!) and is a good example of American innovation and entrepreneurship!
It is one of the older timeshare places but well kept. They went through a round of renovation a couple of years back. The units are good sized. All the stuff you need is there. The pool is rectangular which makes for good lap swimming. Being close to Disneyland is why it exists. You parking spot is probably not right by your unit, so be prepared to lug your stuff a bit. The children's room is well equipped. My kids liked it. If you live locally and own there, you can use the pool and kid's room on a day use basis. The only problem I had when I was there was that one of the parking pass did not work.