Translation:There are all sorts of bags in this store.
Oh! Oh! Adverbs are so cool in Japanese. It's a shame Duolingo doesn't have a skill for it, yet. (いろいろ doesn't count as an adverb, by the way. Think of it like a counter.)
If you have an い-adjective (it ends with い), just take off い and add く。
If you have a な-adjective (in other words, you need to add a な before you can put it in front of a noun), DON'T add a な, but instead add a に before you use it to describe a verb.
しずか in front of a noun --> しずかな ところ, but to modify a verb --> しずかに してください
きれい (careful! The い is part of the kanji, so you can't mess with it: 綺麗) --> きれいな ところ --> きれいに してください
And that's it! Adverbs are so gosh-darned easy! やさしいですよ！(They are easy!) やさしく できますよ！(You can do them easily!)