I thought this was really unique how they incorporated a police substation into this mini shopping city. I like the fact they chose a 1930's architecture.
7743 Kew Avenue,
Rancho Cucamonga, CA, 91739
Phone: (909) 477-2828
Dispatch: (909) 941-1488
Mondays to Fridays, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Staffed by one Sergeant, one Detective, eight Deputies, one Station Clerk and one Crime Prevention Specialist, the substation is located on Kew Avenue next to the AMC Theatres.
San Gabriel Mountains
Named for the Gabielino's Native Americans who existed as one of the largest tribes in North American Continent. The San Gabriel Mountains are just south of the Sierra Mountain Range. Just East and North East of Los Angeles, running c.50 mi (80 km) westward from Cajon Pass. San Antonio Peak (10,080 ft/3,072 m) is the highest of the range. Citrus fruits are raised on the southern foothills. I've grown up seeing this beautiful landscape since I was a kid and have explore some its very vast beautiful areas. It one of the most accessible areas that millions enjoy every year for its premier campgrounds, hiking, and some very panoramic views.
Below is a good site for most of California Hiking and Biking Trails
Food and sports
If you are hungry and a sports fan who can't go anywhere without keeping up with the game scores of your favourite team, visit the Beer Hunter. Its like a mixture of restaurant, bar, pub and grill and tv room. It has approx. 30+ TV's, so you won't miss the game. They have darts, pool tables, video games and others. Grilled chicken in a lemon sauce with mashed potatoes and veggies.
Among Gusts, Cucamonga!
Lady Cucamonga! She must be applauded, having developing quite nicely over the past few years. She is a city of the wild wild east, but is quite tame and pleasant. Call her the goddess of the grapes, her city symbol. She, along with bigger sister, Ontario may be most familar to locals as a tempstress who likes to "stir" things up - particularly debris- with the wild and unyielding winds kick up in the area.
More and more flock to her daily because of her fairly new Victoria Gardens, a place of diversion and an assortment of particular conversion.
VG is an outdoor mall with upscale and modest shopping, dining, along with a performing arts center and train for both little and big ones! Despite the rampant spread of chic, modernized shopping areas, the sheer magnitude of this place is worth noting. More to come...
"I'm in need to collect more thoughts!"
I'll be spending more time in the I.E. so be sure to look for more tips here later this fall/winter 2006.