I'm not into bars much, but I really like this one. It's dark and there's always cool music playin. it also has a semi-big room with lots of couch seating so it's very comfortable and laid back atmosphere.
I love that this coffeehouse is right across the street from the library..it makes it easy to grab a book and then head over for thier great coffee and desserts. they also have some lunch items and something cool that they do is to let you keep your "customer card" on file so you never have to worry about leavin' it at home!
okay! this place is (for me) ALL ABOUT THE MINT GELATO! they have the best gelatos out of all that I've ever tried and the mint chocolate chip gelato is the best. they also serve a variety of coffee drinks, light snacks and they have internet service.
Cafe la brea is very homey and a great place to stop off with your friends to grab a cup of coffee and one of thier great pastries or breads.
I really like this newsstand the guy is really nice and there is a large selection of magazines and newspapers...without the wait! there's a ton of street parking (as it's along ventura) and really close to Jerry's Deli/bowling alley or the coffeebean (if you'd rather just grab something to drink while your reading your morning paper)
I have never really liked Knotts...it's boring there's nothing really to do, the rides are horrible (a step up from a travelin' carney show) and just not worth the time or money...but having said all that I do recommend you come here in October when it turns into "Knotts Scary Farm" that is NOT to be missed. Alot of scary haunted houses and activites...until them find something else to do!
PROS: the park turns into a Huge Haunted house in October called "knotts scary farm"
CONS: everything else!
Even though I live in Southern California, I've stayed at the Holiday Inn Anaheim a couple times and can say it's a great place to go after a long day at disneyland. The service is great, the staff helpful, and you can even leave your car there and take a shuttle into the park (believe me, it saves you on parking in the park and the long walk back to the car at the end of the day)
I have ALWAYS loved disneyland and I can actually remember when they still had "E-Tickets" to get on the rides (scary huh?) while I highly recommend going, I'm also gonna recommend you bring ALOT of money because it has gotten pricey (around $60 a ticket but for both parks) as for the rides..."soarin' over california' in California Adventures is not to be missed and don't forget to also check out Space Mountain opening again this year after a 5 yr hiatus!
Not really a fan of tourist trinkets. this places just seems to be overblown with "golden gate" stuff. If you like collecting things then this place is for you...otherwise wait til your on haight street and get a real piece of san francisco to take home with you!. besides didn't really have a nice staff member help me.
my sister went to this university for the film school part and LOVED IT...as someone who visited her on certain weekends and spent time on the campus I loved all that sfu had to offer. great area and lots to choose from when it comes to curriuculm.