Corona Travel Guide

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Corona Things to Do

  • Glen Ivy...It's Time to Rejuvenate!!

    This place gets major props. It is a huge, beautiful SPA with tons of 'mini attractions'. I started off by visiting the grotto which is an underground cavern that takes you on a moisturizing adventure. I came out feeling like a million bucks. Very inexpensive ($17) and well worth it. You can actually go before noon and it half off...Next to it was...

  • Toms Farms

    This is an interesting place to go to. It used to be just a small farm that sold fresh produce. Then a hamburger stand was openned and then a Mexican restaurant. It is a place that you can easily spend the whole day at.Theres alot of entertainment for the kids, shopping, and people watching. For some reason its also a very popular place for bikers.

  • "The Grotto"

    The Grotto is a one-of-a-kind spa treatment that you will find under the ground by an elevator found next to the Locker Building. There you will be coated with a rich, light green body mosturizer made of sea kelp, aloe and other beneficial elements. Next you go deeper into the ground to hydrate for at least half an hour. There are individual...

  • Theraputic Body Treatments

    The Theraputic Body Treatments List:Essential Oil Wrap $75Shea Butter Wrap $50Sea Kelp Clay Wrap $75Eucalyptus Wrap $45Body Polishing $75Apricot Body Polishing $45Sugar Glow $50Must make reservations at least 3 weeks in advance.

  • Have a Massage

    There are many types of massages; Swedish, Shiatsu, and Temescal Stone Therapy. These can be taken for 20 minutes to 80 minutes. Prices vary from just the back of the body or foot massage from $40 a session to The Stress Reliever at $130 which includes 60 minutes Swedish Massage. Appointments should be made at least three weeks in advance. There...

  • Play in the Mud Bath

    The mud is an indigenous clay that said to have healing properties, as well as cleansing. It does stain some clothes, so they suggest you wear an "old" bathing suit. It also stains the skin - however, it comes off when you use the scrub brush and warm shower next to the mud bath.


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Corona Restaurants

  • A Definate Must if you are in Corona

    If you are from Corona, then I am not telling you anything that you don't already know. But if you are new to the area, or driving through, then Miguels Jr is a must. Authentic Mexican food at an inexpensive price. All of us grew up on Miguels! :) Do I have to pick one?Well growing up it would have been the bean and cheese burrito, hands down. But...

  • Reminds Me of a Las Vegas Casino

    Dave and Busters in unique. There is a fine dining restaurant which is attached to a softly -lit billards room. Beyond the restaurant is a children's game section and beyond that are rows of video games for young adults and adults. In the center of this gaming area is a bar with additional eating booths.The Grand Dining Room has become a favorite...

  • Italian Fast Food?

    While trying to find an Italian Restaurant recommended by the hotel, we discovered Fazolis, an Italian Fast Food Restaurant, this was a first. We were not dissapointed. The sampler of spaghetti, lasagna and Fettucini Alfredo was excellent and the bread sticks were the best I ever had; garlic with cheese and butter.


Corona Transportation

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    Manage to Get Here Via Metrolink

    by marinarena Updated Jun 25, 2015

    If you find yourself in LA and need to get to Corona, a convenient way is by train, especially Monday-Friday, common commuter days. Corona has two main Metrolink stations, at North Main Corona Station West Corona Station. Both are served by the Riverside and San Bernadino Line.

    See North Main Station map and schedule:

    See West Corona Station map and schedule:

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Corona Shopping

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    200-Stores: Shop 'til you drop

    by Goner Updated May 25, 2003

    Some of the stores:
    Anchor Blue Clothing Company
    AnnTaylor Loft
    Banister Shoe Studio
    Beyond the Beach
    Bugle Boy Factory Store
    Burlington Coat Factory
    Charlotte Russe Outlet
    Dockers Outlet
    Dress Barn/Dress Barn Woman
    Etienne Aigner
    Factory Brand Shoes
    Famous Footwear Outlet
    Florsheim Factory Outlet
    Foot Locker Outlet
    Gotcha Outlet
    Group USA- The Clothing Co.
    Guess? Factory Store
    Hugo Boss Outlet
    Hush Puppies & Family
    JCPenney Outlet Store
    Journeys Shoes
    KASPER asl
    L'Eggs, Hanes Bali Playtex
    Levi's Outlet
    Morgan of Paris
    Mossimo Surplus
    Motherhood Maternity
    Nautical Clearance Center
    Nike Factory Store
    Nine West
    Nordstrom's Rack
    Off 5th-Saks Fifth Avenue Outlet
    Off Rodeo Dr. Beverly Hills
    Old Navy
    Oshkosh B'Gosh Super Store
    Pacific Sunwear
    Papaya Clothing
    Perfumania Plus
    Planet Beauty
    Red Eye
    Shemoni Sterling Silver
    Shoe Pavilion
    Skechers USA
    Spencer Gifts
    Sterling Optical
    Sunglass Hut Fashion
    Sunglass Hut Outlet
    Sunglass Hut Sport
    T.J. Maxx
    The Athlete's Foot
    The Cutting Edge
    The Jewelers of Las Vegas
    The Paper Outlet
    The Sports Authority
    Tic Time Watch Specialists
    Totally 4 Kids
    Two Lips
    United Colors of Benetton
    V Generation
    Vans Shoes
    Virgin Megastore
    Vista Optical
    Vitamin World
    Warner Bros. Studio Store Outlet
    We're Entertainment
    Westport Woman
    Wilsons Leather Outlet

    What to buy: From apparel to candy and glassware.

    They also have a food court and 33 movie theaters including an IMAX.

    What to pay: Sale prices

    Ontario Mills

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Corona Local Customs

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    Don't be too jealous about Fast Trakers

    by marinarena Written Nov 13, 2006

    Travelling on the 91 freeway upon entering Corona and Riverside County (from Orange county), motorists come across the "Fast Trak" lanes. These are lanes dedicated to locals who commute, usually Monday-Friday from county to county. At peak traffic times, morning and evening "rush hours", packed traffic is eased (just a bit) by the Fast Trak riders who have a device placed in their automobiles to allow themselves passage into the lanes. Though it may be tempting, other drivers cannot legally going in these lanes. Don't be too jealous of Fast Trakers though- riders who want to use FastTrax have to pay, up to about $5.00 each time going on a Fast Trak section. Average cost of entering is about $2.50 For peak times, the rate is higher and during weekend slow period it's often $1.00 or less.

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    A Great Place to Relax and be Pampered

    by Goner Updated May 23, 2003

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    Favorite thing: Spending a day at Glen Ivy is a real treat. You can sit in the mineral baths, Roman baths, steam room, and sauna. You can swim in their warm pools or float on the relaxing pool. Take a mud bath and bake in the sun. You can be massaged from head to toe. You can be scrubbed, waxed and polished; be hydrated, re-habilitated, and punctured. Also, manicured and pedicured. Whatever you choose you will enjoy.

    There is also a cafe on the grounds with healthy food - sorry no wine coolers.

    Fondest memory: A place where you can be pampered in beautiful surroundings.

    Glen Ivy Spa
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