- Don't confuse it with the Swedish Pump Land.
Appland is a city in San Bernardino County, located at the end of an inland empire in southern California. Built in 1906, Kochi has a long and rich history of agriculture, including a part of Route 66. The highlands and the region used to be home to thousands of acres of citrus. Today, however, the town has many quiet residential areas and is also a gateway to entertainment in the Sanga Briel Mountains.
There are various ways to get to land, including air, railways, cars, buses, bicycles, etc.
Located just northwest of LA/Ontario International Airport (ONT IATA), located in Ontario, it is accessible via the San Bernardino (I-10) Freeway.
The city also has one of the world's largest private cable airports.
Amtrak is a state-owned railway company located just south of Ontario City. The Metro Link, a commuter train that provides service to most of Los Angeles, has a bus stop in First Street and A-Street in Highlands, located close to Euclid Street. The bus stop is located on the busiest San Bernardino line, which connects Union Station in downtown Los Angeles to San Bernardino Station (weekend limited service).
The interstate 10 and the state road 210 cross east-west highlands and provide links to Los Angeles and San Bernardino. Fortil Boulevard (National Route 66) also crosses the city center. The main route running north-south through the city is Euclid-dori Street (National Route 83), which goes either to Chino-Chinotani (National Route 71) Freeway or to the north to the village of Mt. Baldi. Note that there is no direct interaction between Euclid Street and Foothill (210) Freeway.
The OmniTran is a major bus line in the Inland Valley and mainly serves the Landers who have multiple routes in buses 66 and 83. The Monclaire Transit Center, which hosts many buses from Metro Link and central Los Angeles, is a route bus for Route 66 and stops at the Metro Gold Line Light Rail Extension.
Today, it is used as a newly paved pedestrian or bicycle road and has a highland property on the road of the former Pacific Electric Railway connecting with Rancho Kukamonga.
The highlands are a very small city. The main attraction is that you can get to a town without using a car at Metro Link Station and get there by foot. Note, however, that the highlands at the foot of the Sanga Briel Mountains create a common north-south slope, which makes walking to the north a little difficult on hot days.
Highlands are friendly to cars, broad roads and plenty of parking lots. Consider leaving the car in the center of England (watch the time limit) and exploring the area on foot. If you go north to Mt. Bordy, be careful of the road, as winter snow may require chains.
The city is run by Omitran, a bus system that runs in the inland valley. Routes 63, 66, 67, 68, and 83 all cross the city and stop at many major sights.
There are bicycle lanes on many high-rise streets, including Euclid Street and Futil Street, and on large streets. The Pacific Electric Bike Trail is another great way to go on another road. There are several bicycle repair facilities in Iceland, many of them downtown and nearby.
The great way to see the highlands is to walk. The car is downtown and walks through the historic center of the city. Or, let's take a walk from Futil Boulevard to the north along the gravel road in the center of Euclid Street.
Compared to neighboring towns, the city is relatively old, and there are many historic houses and landmarks on the highlands.
- The Madonna 1 of the Tail Statue at the intersection of Euclid Abe and Footsir Bullbud. One of the many Madonna statues on the mountain trail commemorating American pioneer women, Madonna in Appland is located at the intersection of the historic route 66 and Euclid Street. The monument, dedicated in 1929, contains a monument commemorating the crossing of Jedia Smith in 1826 in search of a river that flows westward.
- Euclid Street. The main arteries in the area are originally laid out by the Chaffee Brothers in the mid-1800s. It is now a broad avenue connecting Chino and San Antonio Heights. At first, trolley cars ran to the central zone to link the residents of San Antonio Heights to the Ontario's job. The Central Division is now located on a dirt road north of Foot Hill Boulevard to San Antonio Heights, where a park is built in downtown Ontario.
- a historic house Both the northern San Antonio Highlands and the nearby unhired highlands are a treasure house of historical highlands, which emerged in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Many people are accepting tours. Contact the local Chamber of Commerce for more information.
- Baby boomers! a highland - Highlands
- Kukamonga Creek Trail (east end of 24th Street through Campus Abbe) The car is placed on Fukurokoji Street at the east end of 24th Avenue in the north, and walks along the streets along the Kukamonga Wash. Benches provided by the San Antonio Heights Association also follow this path. During the wet period, Kukamonga Creek flows from Kukamonga Canyon into a dam at the southern end of Kukamonga Wash.
- Route 66: Cruising. Historic Route 66, the current Foothill Avenue, passed through the island route to San Bernardino and Santa Monica. Today, the new business and street improvements are being revived through an interesting, old and new stretch.
- Shop in downtown England. The center of England is the historic core of the city, located close to the second street on Euclid Street. Now, the number of specialized shops is increasing and reconstruction is progressing. On a summer Thursday night, there is a night market in downtown, and in April there is the annual lemon festival.
- Euclid Avenue Strel. Let's spend a morning walking through the median of Euclid Avenue to the north of Futil Boulevard, and look at the unique houses and enjoy the trees and groups of other hikers heading to San Antonio Heights.
Although England is mainly a residential area, there are many well-ordered shops along the main streets of Futhir and downtown. For those who prefer large-scale shopping centers, there are many large stores in the Campus Abage and Foot Hill (210)Fwwy. Nearby are the Monclair Plaza (Nodestrom, Macyes, Sears), the Ontario is the Ontario Mills (one of the largest outlet malls in the state), and the Rancho Kukamonga is the high end outdoor mall featuring the classic "main street."
It is unusual to run many restaurants that feature many ethnic cuisine due to its simple nature as a residential area. The following list is just one example of what can be found in the city.
- Mi Ranchito, 152W Foothill Blvd (SWC Foothill and Euclid next to Marshall),+1 909 -1633. Mi Ranch offers real Mexican food at an affordable price. This place is popular among locals.
- Giuseppe's pizza, 2433 N Euclid Ave #C (behind Albertson of San Antonio Heights), ☏ . Giuseppe, along with Mediterranean, enjoys Persian and Italian cuisine. A small, old-fashioned restaurant with San Antonio Heights.
- Upland Cabob, 733 N Mountain Ave (Near Mountain & 11th), -5454. Upland Cabs offer Persian turnips at a low price.
- Thai Family, 130S Mountain Age #P (NEC Mountain & 8th), ☏ -3640. Thai families enjoy Thai food with their friendly staff and at low prices.
- Kumazushi: 1905: N Campus Average☏+1 909 -0866 This is a new Japanese restaurant that serves Kuma sushi. If you travel along the 210Fwy, it's a perfect station.
- Kishi Japanese restaurant 320 W Foothill Blvd (SEC Redding & Foothill), ☏ No. On Friday and Saturday nights, Kishi serves delicious food and sushi, which is crowded. The owner is friendly and the food is fresh.
- Legend's Burgers, 1645 N Mountain Ave (NWC Mountain & 16th), ☏ . The Legend is a traditional cafeteria-style fast food restaurant with multiple locations in the Foothill community. The original location is here. Large combo platters and classic American foods are popular with local people.
- Jim's Burgers, 969 W Foothill Blvd (NEC Mulberry & Foothill, next to Taco Bell), ☏+1 909 . Jim has served big hamburgers and sandwiches for years. A loyal customer is continuing to operate restaurants in the area in the face of a fast food boom.
- Upland Derynatessen, 983 W Foothill Blvd (NEC of Mulberry & Foothill), ☏ ) In this small store, you will find wonderful German food and pastry. Friendly staff and wide menus are essential for visitors to the highlands.
- New York Piza Company 1013 W Foothill Blvd (NWC Foothill & Mulberry), ☏+1 909946 . The New York Pizza Company offers genuine New York-style pizza, slices of pizza, pasta, salad, monster subs, homemade hamburgers, and fascinating desserts. Sit down, take out, home delivery, catering!
- Bulldog Pub, 1667 N Mountain Ave #117 (NWC Mountain & 16th), ☏ -6614 . Bulldog Pub is an English-themed pub located in a shopping center in the northern highlands. A good place to go after work or on weekends.
- Dalia Pizza Market 336 W Foothill Blvd (south of West Futil of Euclid), ☏+1 9946 . a local Italian dish Stop by for a big $5.50 pepper or cheese pizza. A large menu of Italian food, subs, salads, wings, and appetizer. Take out, deliver, catering.
- Best Western Mountain View Inn & Suites, 1191 E Foothill Blvd, +1 909 949-4800, Fax Fax:.
In the Sanga Briel Mountains, Appland is a great gate for entertainment. Let's go north along the Euclid and the Mountain Avenue, and look at the national forest of Angels and the wild nature of Cucamonga.
The neighboring cities of Rancho Kukamonga, Claremont and Ontario are hosting many tourist spots. Rancho Kukamonga is holding the Victoria Gardens Shopping Center, and Claremont is holding the Claremont College, the downtown areas of Ontario, the airport, and the Glover Olive House, both of which are more valuable than ever. Thirty minutes from Pasadena and San Bernardino, and within an hour from Los Angeles and Palm Springs, the island can be upgraded.
|a route through a highland|
|Los Angeles Downtown (LA) / Los Angeles Les Pomonas←||W E||→Ontario → San Bernardino|
|Pasadena (Pasadena) - Claremont←||W E||→Ranchok Kamonga San Bernardino|
|Santa Monica Samba←||W E||→ Rancho Kukamonga →Burstou|