(AP) — Which mall is best?
If you’re going to spend a weekend at a beach, you might as well do it right at the heart of it all.
A couple hundred miles south of the Twin Cities, Tacoma’s Tacoma Mall is a collection of motels, motels restaurants and motels bars.
The resort town’s only beach-bike rental shop, The Beach Shop, sells bike parts and apparel.
In the morning, a dozen or so people gather to take pictures and ride bikes to the beach for a quick lap around town.
Then there’s The Beach House, where locals park their bikes and ride to a beach house at the corner of Tacoma Street and Westlake Avenue, or ride to the other side of town and park there.
Or you can take a bike from one of the three rental shops, which include the original Surf House and the Surf House Cafe, or take the train and ride the downtown train to the resort.
All the rentals are located near the ocean.
There are three rental stores on the island.
There’s the Surf Shop, which sells beach towels and sandals; The Surf House, which rents bikes and other gear; and The Surf Shop Cafe, which offers surfboard rentals.
But you can rent bikes at the Beach House or any of the other rental shops.
The Beach Shop is located at the intersection of Westlake and Eastlake streets in Tacoma.
You can rent a bike there, too.
The Surf House is located on Eastlake Street in Tacoma, and the Beach Shop at the beach house is on the opposite side of the road.
You’re going the same direction as the beach.
There are bikes at both locations.
The beach house was started by the late Bob Tabor and his wife, Jan, when he was a teenager.
The couple started their business in 1958, when Tabor was in college, when they were living in a house on the beach and camping in the woods.
It was their dream to have a place to rent bikes, Tabor said.
Tabor is still involved with the business.
The Beach Shack and Surf Shop Café are owned by his widow, Jan.
Tiber’s father, Bob, founded the Surf Shack.
He had a shop there and also ran the Surfhouse.
Tiber still owns the Surf house and rents bikes.
He also rents boats and other equipment.
The Tiber family also owned the Surf Restaurant in Tacoma when he lived there.
The Surf Restaurant was closed in the late 1960s.
Tibbers wife, Linda, was a teacher at the Tacoma School of Music when she worked there.
She also taught at the Surf School, but when she became pregnant, Linda was moved to the surf shop and Tiber took over.
He has kept the Surf shop open as an office for a while, and he also rents bikes to surfers who come to the shop to rent surfboards.
Tobias Kuzma, a spokesman for the Town of Tacoma, said the Beach shop is still open, with a full line of rentals, but they’ve closed the Surf Cafe.
The owners of The Beach Hut and the other two rental shops are still in business, but the Tibers and Tabors are not.
The Tiber’s family also owns the Sea-to-Sea Motorcycle Rentals.