When my kids spotted "Candyland" from the highway, you can imagine the squeals. We went about our business and decided to go back that evening around 8pm. There was one other person there, so we pretty much had the store to ourselves to browse around. Honestly, I was a little disappointed. Not in the content of the goodies....but I was expecting spectacular decor and more of a "candyland" feel (as in the board game). Don't get me wrong, it's definitely all about sweets. I was just hoping for something more. I'm not sure how to explain it. Anywho, they have TONS of candy. I kept finding little hidden treasures from when I was a kid. Like Astro Pops!! I used to eat those at the little league park ALL THE TIME. Or pop rocks. Or Bit-O-Honey. Or...the list goes on. They had gigantic gummy bears (too rich for my blood), Blue Bell ice cream (but no regular coffee ice cream :( , so I settled for plain ole' chocolate!), chocolate covered insects, every lollipop imaginable, T-Shirts, an Indian headdress made of feather suckers, bins of 5, 10, 15 cent candies, gummy snakes, bubble gum, rock candy, old fashioned licorice, stick candy of all different flavors....on and on and on!! I saw the fudge and the truffles, but my husband's wallet said "no". Hee Hee. The young ladies working there were very nice. Love how easy it is to get to, also! Nice ending to a good evening.
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