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Beautiful trees, warm feeling of community.
The refurb turned it into your typical, 'quaint' old town village.
In a nutshell
Mainly residential suburban section of LA.
Metrolink is not a very comprehensive transportation system but its really all we got. There are several different line for Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino and Riverside counties. There are not many stops, but there are connecting busses at each station to get you where you need to go. So if you are coming from LA, you would get on at Union Station. From there you could get directly to Claremont. And in Claremont, the Metrolink station in located right across the street from the Village and the Claremont Colleges. Roundtrip cost for LA to Claremont is $12. For more info on where the metrolink goes and its prices, take a look at their website. It is really easy to use.
Written Dec 3, 2004
Barbara Cheatley's is a quaint antique and knick knack shop full of beautiful things for the home. The entire place smells like a gorgeous floral arrangement. There are great items for your kitchen, bathroom, as well as lovely unique estate jewelry. The best thing is - there really is a Barbara Cheatley and she is usually there!
What to buy: This is a great place to buy unique and thoughtful gifts for the home.
What to pay: A little pricey but you are purchasing rare and creative items.
Updated Oct 17, 2003
Address: 215 Yale Ave
Phone: (909) 621-4161
As far as I know, I dont think there are any tourist traps in Claremont. I dont think many people come to Claremont as tourists, that is unless the are College tourists, coming to see the Campuses. So in that case, if you are a tourist to see the schools, there is no trap, the schools are very well known for being a great education and the campuses are very beautiful. If I could afford it, or I had wanted to take out some major loans I would have gone to one of the Claremont colleges.
Written Dec 3, 2004
Luggage and bags: That is the average temperature in Claremont. It can get pretty hot in the summer time. In the Winter it rains some, but not all that much. Most of the time the weather is very nice. Southern California weather is really great, the only drawback, especially if you are near LA is the smog.
Updated Dec 3, 2004