Pleasanton is a city in Alameda County in the eastern bay of the San Francisco Bay area. It has many expensive restaurants and historic zones, and is one of the richest cities. Because of the climate of the Mediterranean, you can see the vineyards in the country along with the hills covered with eagle trees, hot summer weather and mild winter weather.
- For Texas city, see Pleasanton (Texas).
Although Pleasanton changed greatly from the late 20th century to the early 21st century, it was able to maintain the appearance of the cowboy town. The downtown area is often a avenue of trees and is well-designed, with a total of six lanes in the northern part of the town. However, there are small streets nearby, and they remain surprisingly quiet despite the increase in population and population. But the really rare, quite antique side of Pleasanton is that although the buildings seem to have come straight out from the west, the location of Pleasanton near the Silicon Valley gives a cosmopolitan air. Restaurants with Mexican, Italian, Turkish, Asian and American dishes are all within a mile of each other.
Plaza Tonton was established as "Alisar." The town was to be incorporated as Presonton after the union's military name. However, since the towns around the country have clearly stated that they want to call it "Pleasanton" (Pleasanton, Texas, etc.), the U.S. government made a spelling mistake and named it "Pleasanton." Many locals think that they are portmantets with the words "pleasant" and "town."
Pleasanton has changed dramatically over the years. A historic, uncouth city, often visited by robbers, and now Pleasanton is one of the richest cities in the country. Development started in the 1840s and was established in 1850.
Some of the streets, like Cottinger, are named after their early landowners. In Pleasanton, it is surprising that the name of the town is given after the landlord, and such naming procedures have been carried out in the recent housing development.
In California in the 1910s, the city became more important. In the 1910s, it appeared as one of the major shooting centers in California, like today's Hollywood. For example, Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm was filmed in Pleasanton in 1917. However, the population of Pleasanton began to decline in the 1960s, and in 1970 the population exceeded three times to 18,000. After that, the population increased to about 80,000.
Pleasanton is a large city with historic streets, historic houses, and a historic church building between First and Third Streets. Especially around 1.2-chome, there are several well-kept, 19th-century, and Victorian-style houses.
Pleasanton is located west of Livermore and south of Dublin in the Bay Area of California. If you have good road traffic, Pleasanton is one hour from San Francisco, 30-35 minutes from Auckland, and two hours from the capital Sacramento. The north is surrounded by mountains including Mt. Diablo. (The tower of Mt. Diamond Bros. stands in the area and in the mountains) Most of the Diabro Mountains pass through the Prezanton area and are protected as Eastern Bay Area Park Land.
The town is quite close to Santa Clara, famous for its technology. Some Plaza Antonians visit the South Bay and the Peninsula, while others live and work in the Trivalley.
Pleasanton is only two hours from the Napa Valley Wine Country. Therefore, a few square miles of vineyard fields are located in the southeastern part of the town and near Livermore. Apartments and wineries are scattered here. Because Pleasanton is located between two key areas of California, it is a good foothold for tourists to use and it will be a natural outpost for the seashore, San Francisco, Silicon Valley, Chuodani and Napa Sonoma regions.
Pleasanton is a diverse city. Two-thirds of the population are white, but more than 20% of the Plaza Tans are Asian. About 10% of the population is Hispanic. However, unlike many different cities, there is no particular cultural community. Instead, most of the town's population is absorbed, so there are people with many nationalities who are close to each other.
According to Wikipedia, non-Hispanic white people make up three-fifths of the population, non-Hispanic Asians make up 23% of the population, and those who consider themselves Hispanics make up about a tenth of the population. However, unlike many other cities in the Bay Area, the population of African Americans is small and less than 2% of the population.
Apart from the retirement community like Stoneridge Creek, Pleasanton has a young population. Because of the cost of living and the high proximity of living in Silicon Valley, many eventually move to cheap locations in other parts of the United States
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The climate of Pleasanton is Mediterranean Sea, but it is not far from desert weather, especially when a drought occurs. The amount of rainfall exceeds 20 inches (510 mm) a year in wet years, but only a few inches is used in dry years. Most rain falls during the winter. Therefore, Pleasanton had to rely heavily on irrigation to ensure that trees and gardens could survive, and as a result of the drought in the 2010s he has been working on modern housing development to promote the use of "drought-tolerant" plants that do not require irrigation.
The climate of Pleasanton varies greatly from year to year. For example, between 2013 and 2015, drought was severe in California and the reservoirs in the country side were almost completely exhausted. However, in the winter of 2016-2017, the reservoir was filled up with reservoirs, and about 100 miles northeast, the reservoirs flooded into emergency water channels, causing damage. But basically, some aspects of the climate of Pleasanton are well maintained throughout the year. 1) Temperature is almost always a big change between day and night, and at least for a certain time it is a reasonably comfortable weather. 2) Clear rainy season (one of the periods from around November to February to April) and dry season (the remaining period of the year) exist, but there is no clear definition of spring or autumn.
In the summer, the temperature is above 110°F (43°C), but in winter, the temperature can fall below the freezing point. The tour covers April, May and October with mild temperatures and little rain.
June may be a month that is usually hotter than expected. June is the second month in September when record temperatures in Prezanton are high. In July and August, the temperature is moderate daily in Pleasanton, but rarely as in June and September.
The highest temperature in Pleasanton is 46°C, the highest temperature in the heat of the oven. However, because of its distance from the Pacific Ocean, it can be even hotter on the east side of the town where the temperature is highest.
For people who are not accustomed to the climate, a familiar method is to use the famous right triangle, 30-60-90. Winter temperatures typically range from 30°F (-1°C) to 60°F (16°C), and summer temperatures typically range from 60°F (16°C) to 90°F (32°C). 60°F (16°C) is a temperature shared in both summer and winter. However, the memory assistance does not cause heat waves. But persistent weather in winter has also suggested that average highs and lows in the winter are similar to those in the city.
For visitor information, see the 2 Pleasant Library. A library near the old Bernal Street has a main information desk to answer questions. You can also go to the three nearby Civic Center Buildings to get information about the town. However, these buildings will eventually be moved to a new civic center and enter Pleasant Street. According to the city's plan, the complex facilities of the City Center will be integrated into one main building (near I-680) near the Bernal Community Park.
Bookstores and stores around Pleasanton sell history books of "Pleasanton," which examine the history of Pleasanton in detail.
Livermore has a regional airport, but the best airports in Pleasanton are in San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose. These airports must be within two hours of car from Pleasanton when there is good transportation.
San Francisco Airport
San Francisco International Airport (SFO) is the largest of these airports. However, you need to go to Pleasanton from San Francisco. It is difficult for people who have never been to this area to drive, because they use several busy expressways with complicated intersections. The SFO has a BART station.
Oakland Airport (OAK IATA) is a smaller airport in Oakland, California, located quite close to Pleasanton. The airport is powered by a BART, and expressways run through the rest of the area. It's relatively easy to get in and out of the airport on the circular road and by car. If you're in eastern I-580, it's pretty easy to go to Pleasanton as long as you're used to the American freeway
San Jose Airport
San Jose Airport (SJC IATA) is now a major airport. However, if you head north from San Jose for the Trivalley, it may take several hours for the I-680 (the expressway connecting San Jose and Pleasanton and Concord) to go north in the afternoon. The worst part begins near Scott Creek Road in the Fremont Neighborhood and ends at the CA-84 Expressway, to the south of Pleasanton.
Cars are the best form of travel for the most part to get into Pleasanton.
There are two expressways in Pleasanton. I-580 (North), I-680 (West), 1 highway, CA-84 (Southeast and East). However, I-580 and I-680 are very busy. For example, if you drive I-680 from San Jose to Prezanton, it takes about 40 minutes, but it takes more than an hour. Both freeways and CA-84 are steep. The I-680 and I-580 are a little bent in the mountains, and are of no use to traffic problems.
The CA-84 is a California highway, just born out of years of road work. CA-84 was pulled from two-lane to four-lane highways in almost all the sections from the intersection with I-680 in southern Pleasanton to the intersection with I-580 in Livermore. From I-680 near Sunor, through the northeastern hill at the eastern border of Pleasanton and Livermore, CA-84 follows the Valetitian "Road." CA-84 meets Pleasanton's road at the JCT in Vineyard Avenue, Stanley Bullbird and Jack London Boulevard (east of Stoneridge Drive).
Approaching East: Several roads connect Tracy and Livermore. If you go west from Tracy, you will pass Livermore on your way to Pleasanton. I-580, Tesla Road (J2), Artamont Pass Road, Patterson Pass Road, etc. However, Tesla Road, Artamont Path Road and Patterson Path Road are narrow and winding.
Approaching southwest, a beautiful road called the Niles Canyon Road (west of CA-84), south-west of Prezanton, connects the Fremont region with the town of Sunor, south-southwest of Prezanton. From Snow, you can get to Pleasanton on Foot Hill Road, Pleasanton Snow Road, I-680, and CA-84.
Coming from the north: Some of the roads in Dublin, to the north of Pleasanton, follow Pleasanton under another name. The Dokati Road crosses the Hopod Road, the Tasajara Road crosses the Santa Rita Road, the San Ramon Road crosses the Foothill Road, the Folon Road crosses the El Charo Road, and the Hacienda Road crosses the I-580. The I-680 takes you from Dublin, San Ramon and Pleasanton north to Pleasanton (which, of course, runs south to the Silicon Valley).
Because of the hilly area, most of the roads to Pleasanton are either too narrow for a bicycle lane or a freeway, so there are few opportunities to ride on a bicycle to Pleasanton. The best road with bicycle lanes is Pleasanton Snow Road in the south and Vineyard Avenue in the east. Cycling in Pleasanton is more appropriate as an entertainment activity.
Dublin Pleasanton2 Take a connecting bus from Dublin Pleasanton Station to Downtown Pleasanton (see #By Bus).
The train at BART is as fast as the speed of a car when it is convenient to travel (about 50 meters per hour). As you can see on the map, most of the trains of BART go to San Francisco and Auckland. The Dublin Pleasanton Line eventually connects with the Fremont Line and goes through Auckland to the Bay of San Francisco and then to Millet. However, there are many stations that stop at each station for several minutes. It then continues for a few minutes and stops again.
There are also crimes related to BART, so be careful that no one can choose their own property because they know where they are on the BART train.
The Altamont Corridor Express (ACE) is a train that takes you from Pleasanton to Stockton, San Jose, and other places nearby. The train runs only four times a day in the direction of the south in the morning and the north in the afternoon, and stops at
The route buses are running. For example, the 10R bus runs at a 15-minute daytime frequency from Dublin/Pleasanton BART station to Downtown Pleasanton (which runs to Livermore).
The town is quite easy to control. Unlike Livermore, the streets are arranged in logical patterns with very simple intersections.
There is a place in Pleasanton where you can walk through historic downtown areas. The downtown center is Main Street, from Bernal Abe in the south to Arroyo del Vale in the north. (The downtown plan is posted on the Prezanton Downtown Plan website) The Prezanton Downtown Association provides a tour of the downtown route from one place to another. The historic residential area is a very walkable city, despite its steep slopes.
Northern Pleasanton used to be a swamp, so a canal was dug during development. Along the canal, there are four lanes for cyclists and walkers. However, during the rainy season between 2016 and 2017, many canals collapsed and were maintained and closed until 2017. There is a rumor that some of the land in this area is sinking. However, development continues.
When you travel on foot, the best way to avoid is near I-680. Because they are certainly not peaceful.
It is difficult to walk outside the downtown area, except for the 5 railway and other roads mentioned above. It can take several hours to travel alone from Asienda Business Park to downtown because Pleasanton is a few miles from north to south. There are sidewalks along the streets around Pleasanton, but few people walk except students.
In Pleasanton, driving is relatively simple and generally everyone can park (but not in downtown areas at times). For example, the Alameda County Exhibition is being held.) I-680 defines the northern border of Pleasanton City with three exits (Snor Boulevard, Bernal Street, and Stoneridge Drive) and I-580 (four exits): Hopyard Road, Hacienda Drive, Santa Rita Road, and El Charo Road). As you head south on the Santa Rita Road from I-580 towards the center of Pleasanton, you'll see the main street and the entry point for downtown. As you go south along the Hopyard Road, you will soon find it narrower and later turn into Division Street. Division Street is St. Mary's Street, which ends at the main downtown street.
Especially since the construction of Hacienda Business Park, Pleasanton has many broad, very easy-to-use roads (north).
The parking lot is wide, and especially the shopping mall is wide because it has a lot of flat land and extra space. However, it is difficult to park in downtown, especially along the main street. Parking in downtown is almost impossible at the summer fair in Alameda County.
During the day, don't park directly on the main road or the first street. It's narrow, busy and difficult to park. The easy-to-park ground road is often only a little way off the busy road. Parking in the streets and downtown areas during the event is a disaster, and in Arameda County, people park downtown to avoid parking fees on the fairground. In autumn when falling leaves cover parking spaces or trees, parking is sometimes a problem, especially in small streets. He held up the leaves, the light, and the signboard.
In general, parking lots in the Acienda Business Park area are located near shopping malls and business units. This area has a large parking lot and is larger than a car.
The main roads of Pleasanton are as follows:
- Santa Rita Road: Go south from I-580 to downtown Pleasanton and become the main street at the south end.
- Hopyard Road: runs slightly parallel to Santa Rita Road, which eventually leads to Division Street (south) and downtown Pleasanton.
- Stanley Boulevard, First Street, and Sunol Boulevard. The three names of Snow Boulevard for different parts of the same road, from I-680 in the northeast, to downtown First Street, to downtown Stanley Boulevard to east, and Shadow Cliffs and quarries to Livermore.
- Main Street: For pedestrians, the slower road is better than the car
- First Street: Look at Stanley Boulevard
- Pleasanton Snow Road: Connecting from Pleasanton Near Snow Boulevard to Downtown Snow
Some transit companies offer the Pleasanton District. The main stations are WHEELS and BART, which go to Dublin and Livermore. The County Connection has several buses on Pleasanton. There is also a reverse peak service from Pleasanton to Moderst, and in the morning he goes to Moderst and in the afternoon he goes back to Dublin/Pleasanton Burt station. The fare is 11 dollars a way and 13 dollars a round trip.
The city has a good bicycle network. For the walker and cyclists, several trails have been found along the canal to the northwest of the city. The work of creating a network of bicycles in downtown has failed so far because there are too many roads to ride. There is a bicycle-yard near the fire station.
Because Rivermore has a good network of bicycles, there is also a plan to connect Pleasanton and Rivermore's bicycles. As of 2018, a paved road was built along East Vineyard Street in Livermore, and the road runs parallel to West Vineyard Street for Pleasanton.
Pleasanton has many historic landmarks in downtown. In general, the following two sections explain: It is a commercial section along the main street and one or two residential sections.
The commercial district of Main Street is about half a mile. Near the farmers' market, the town centers around the intersection of Angela and Main Street. However, it extends north from the intersection, including the major intersection of Ray Street, St. John Street, and Main Street (the Oasis Restaurant and Rose Hotel are at the intersection). You can often see people walking around this downtown street before and after eating at restaurants.
The residential area is located in the southeast of the main street, and is not as long as the main street, but has a historic house. When you go southeast from Main Street, First Street shows the transition from commercial to residential development, and it has historically remained on Second Street and Third Street. Since this point, some buildings have been attractive even in the town, but these are the latest buildings.
Other attractions include the Cottinger barn and the main museum. These are historical buildings that have not changed since then. For example, the Fire and Disaster Management Agency was a fire station building before it was converted to a theater or an art museum in the 2000s.
Until the project for the Civic Center is completed, there are fewer (good) parks and gardens around downtown Pleasanton. So I want to go out to the country to see the animals and plants.
Organizations such as the East Bay Parks area have purchased most of East Bay's land, which is now open to the public. These parks show outsiders and citizens how the Pleasanton region appeared before recent developments. The park is characterized by a ranch country. There will be few fields next to Pleasanton today. The country's region is mainly one of the open meadows of the swallows and cooler oak forests, wetlands, and isolated dry places. Pleasanton Ridge is a good example of this combination, and one of the ridges is covered with oak trees, and the other is mostly barren, and yellow grasses (green in the wet season), which are moderately high but dry, are the primary vegetation.
Because it is located along the Arroyo del Valle and several lakes, the shadow cliffs are exceptional. This means that trees can grow in the area, although they are too dry to survive in other areas.
Because of the location of Pleasanton (between Livermore, Dublin and Sunor), the park has fewer places than the neighboring countries. When you go to find the real wilderness, the best option is to the south of Livermore. In addition to Del Valle, there are 4,000-foot mountains like Hamilton, and a few hundred square-mile park, like Henry Ko State Park.
Museums and places of scenic beauty
- 1 Before the route was again run to the northwest of the central town of Pleasanton Railway, it used to go through downtown. For example, in the farmers' market, you can see the crossing sign on West Angela Street. Although some of the tracks are still seen near the Fire Service Theater, the dead line section is long along Snorre Boulevard, south of Pleasanton.
- 2 Cottingers Burn, 200 Ray Street, Pleasanton, and CA (First Street to Ray Street). Take Ray Street and head to downtown Pleasanton). The Cottinger barn was built in 1852 and used to be a "visited" prison where robbers used to visit. The thick walls of the building and the windows of the iron bars are interesting in contrast to the small shops and potted trees that are now in the place.
- 3 Main Museum On (Pleasanton Museum), 603 Main Street (runs along the main street near Blue Agave),☏+1 925 462-2766 Tu-Sa 10AM-4PM, Su 1PM-4PM. The museum goes back to the Native American age, including many historical articles and maps on Pleasanton history. Also, Prezanton's filming history and other items in the area are on display. These change every few months. receive free donations
- 4 Pleasanton Commercial District Main Street (from I-580 to the south or from I-680 to the northeast Snowblebird) The commercial district of Pleasanton centers around Main Street, a two-lane, loose road with shops and restaurants. The main street is so busy that pedestrians are better than drivers. Some of the buildings are old, and new buildings continue to increase along the main street, but some of them are old. The highest and most expensive restaurant is in downtown Pleasanton, but there are also good restaurants in other towns. While downtown can be seen for free, the business is almost expensive.
- 5 In addition to the historic building in the commercial district of Second Street (First Street is Neil Street, and Neil Street is toward the house), the five Pleasanton historic residential district, and the commercial district of Pleasanton, there are several blocks of well-maintained old houses, accessible along Neil Street, which is located to the south of the downtown. Especially around the Light House Baptist Church, there are several houses dating back to the 1800s. Many of these buildings have beautiful gardens along a high tree-lined path. There are many steep hills like San Francisco, so it may be difficult to walk around.
- 6 Pleasanton Sign Arch, Main Street. The inscription reads: "The Pleasanton Sign, established in 1932 by the Women's Improvement Club, is a landmark and prominent local symbol. In 2005, the entire temple was fully restored and on April 8 it was dedicated to the City Assembly."
- 7 Main Street Green, 895 Main Street (the junction of Main Street and Delvale Parkway). This small park at the north end of downtown has a statue. The path to the Arroyo del Vale River, which runs along the park.
- 8 Fire House Arts Center 4444 Railway Abbe (one block to the east from the main road, and the opposite area is downtown)925 -4850 (Information), the Fire House Arts Center, which opened in 2025311-4848010, has a New House Art Center, with 230 seats, Harrington Museum, two large classrooms, two grand events, and a New Hall, and New One of Greengrowny299999. Pedestrian access is possible from Main Street to Lyons Wayside Park.
- Many wall paintings. In the center of Pleasanton, beautiful wall paintings and wall paintings are scattered. A restaurant near Stritsy has nine wall paintings of the Trivalley. 2018) Another wall painting depicting the streets is in the 10 Valley Plumbing Facilities. (facing Peter's Avenue
- 11 Acienda Business Park, Owens Drive (most of the northern Pleasanton are Acienda Business Park). This is not the best place for travelers to visit if they have no access, but if they don't know what else to do, it's an interesting place to visit. There are two factors that make Acienda Business Park visually interesting: The history of the road signs and the history of the business parks, and the large square buildings built on the streets, are immediately visible at the traffic lights and traffic signs around them. Second, the history of the park. The Hacienda Business Park was built around the 1980s when Prezanton began to look like it is today, and the Hacienda Business Park was replaced by a ranch or a country of agriculture. In a few years, the present North Pleasanton has changed from country to an important part of Pleasanton City. However, the developers' plan to make Acienda Business Park one of the world's top spots did not succeed. The spacious streets of the business park are surprisingly empty and the business park is sometimes thrown away.
In summer every year, the main event, the Alameda County Exhibition, is held in Pleasanton. But there are many other musical events in Pleasanton. Pleasanton, like his neighbor Livermore, has a surprisingly strong jazz scene. The major jazz events, with a monthly ink concert, are open to the public for free.
Pleasanton is doing a lot of work on the main street. Includes Art Walk on the third Thursday. Since the main street and the streets of Angela Street are often closed, these are important for those who do not attend the event.
Some of the local parks are owned by the city, but many of the large parks are owned by EBRPD, and EBRPD stands for 'East Bay Area Park District.' EBRPD owns two parks in Pleasanton, including Pleasanton Ridge and Shadow Cliffs, as well as several parks in Trevor, including Dell Valle, Brush Peak Area Protection and Morgan Territory.
Parks and Major Trails
- Visit 1 Aliso Adobe Community Park Old Foothill Rd 3465 (west of the Foot Hill Road approximately 0.5 miles north from Bernarabbe)+1 925 931 W-Su 10AM-4PM. Opened in 2008, the park offers a glimpse into the history of the Amador Valley, including the early culture of Aaron before his arrival in Spain, the year and month of Rancos, which manages the farm animals of 9,000 acres (3,600 hectares), and the grant of Rancho Santa Rita, Mexico. a reproduction of the American Medurak Daily from the beginning to the middle of the 20th century. The Star Focus in the Interpreter Park is a rare American Adobe House built by Francisco Albiso in 1854, which lasted until 1969. The Alviso Adobe is restored as in the 1920s and is displayed on the display. The Visitor Center/Dairy Products are working for children. There is a picnic table in the shrine. Park at the southern end. Freedom.
- Augustin Bernal Park 2, 8200 Golden Eagle Way (Golden Eagle Way is accessed from Foothill Road), which is #Pleasanton K, Pleasanton City, next to Ridge Area Park. Except for small points, they are nearly all points.
- 3 Bernal Community Park 7001 Pleasanton Abe. (From Valley Street to Pleasanton Street (south). This part of Pleasanton Street is under construction, and eventually connects to Bernal Street near downtown.) The Bernal Community Park is part of a plan to move the Civic Center from the old Bernard Street to Pleasanton Street and to the south of the city. The new civic center has not been built, but a local park has been built. Small areas of newly planted oak forests and sports parks are also included. Freedom.
- 4 Brush Y Peak Regional Reserve, Laughlin Road (Laughlin Road is accessible from Northfront (Altamont Pass) Road. However, part of the Lorin Road is a one-lane road), the Brassy Mountain Reserve is a park in EBRPD, northeast of Livermore. Public roads do not reach the top of the mountain, but go around the general area. The park has a small path and the main loop is about four to five miles long.
- 5 Calipe Prazab (Calipe golf course), 8500 Club House Dr. (Sunnor Boulevard), Prezington Sunol Road on the left, Happy Valley Road on the left and West Bridge Lane on the right. Follow the path until you end up in the golf park) Kalip Pressaab is known to most Prasanians as a golf course. However, there are about four miles of road around the golf course and the local ranch. However, this road is hard to find because it has mud in the winter. However, people outside Pleasanton are generally reminded of local plants and country scenes. The road is free.
- 6 Del Vale Community Park, closer to Livermore than Pleasanton, is still less than an hour from either town. In the center of the EBRPD park is Lake Del Vale, but there are some beautiful rocks in the park. There are many miles of lanes in the parks that cross the hills and mountains surrounding Del Vale, which serve as an entrance to the Aaron Road and follow one of the most popular mountain trails and mission peaks in the Gulf.
- 7 Morgan Territory Regional Reserve, Morgan Territory Road (along the narrow road from Morgan Territory Road to Mountain Road), a fairly large park north of Livermore, with several miles of trail. The Morgan territory, usually called Morgan, consists of a plain covered with oak forests, streams, gorges, and grasses.
- 8. Pleasanton Ridge Regional Park, Foothill Road (from Pleasanton, Sunor Boulevard). When you reach the entrance of Castlewood, turn left on the Foothill Road and move about a mile), ☏+1 510- . The local park features mountainous areas of the Diavro Mountains in California. The park has many miles of undulating countries, including oak forests and prairies. The highest ridge is about 2,100 feet and most of the ridge is at least 1,000 feet. Freedom.
- The 9 Shadow Cliff, 2500 Stanley Boulevard (east of Stanley Boulevard to Livermore) Park was once part of a quarry, but the land unearthed is now a lake of shadow cliffs. There is a few miles' path around the lake. However, prepare for the strong barbecue aroma found around the desert near the lake.
- 10 The Regional Heath, Gallie Road, and Welsh Road (descending Caravellas Road from Pleasanton to the south). This vast field is popular as a park to the south of Pleasanton, and is easy to reach. There are also several routes that run from the park trail head to the mountain range around the park. Near the Galley Road is the Sunor Regional Natural Visit Center. Snow Wilderness connects Dell Vale District Park and Mission Peak through Wilderness Trail in the region of Oron.
Art & Entertainment
- Third Thursday, Art Walk Downtown Pleasanton (since 580: Leaving Santa Rita and heading south after the downtown sign. - - - , Bernard Exit, heading east 680. 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. On the third Thursday, the Merchant Arts Walk is a joint event that brings together merchants, art groups and local artists from downtown areas and continues to incorporate exciting, enjoyable events into downtown areas. It's an opportunity to take a stroll at a great night to join the community, to support local artists and to help the community thrive. Freedom.
- 11 Fair, Alameda County (Fairground, Alameda County), 4501 Pleasanton Street (the entrance to Tani-dori Street near Call Center Parkway). The fair has been held every summer in Alameda County Fairground since 1912. You can also plan the morning and enjoy the sarabred racing world behind the scenes at Eddie Rich Racing Table. Every year, car shows and horse races are held on the fair ground.
- The 12Jazz at Inking (Pleasanton Jazz Society) and 530 Main Street (concerts are held in the Inking Event Room). It's seven to nine at night for most concerts. In the event room (common room) behind Inks' Coffee and Tea, a jazz concert is generally held once a month. Various musicians play around the Bay Area and sometimes from all over the country. Freedom.
- The 13 Concert in the Park 4501 First Strike (near downtown) is held every summer Friday night. It features music of various genres and is open to the public at Delchi Park. People often come a few hours earlier to get the park. Freedom.
a city park
It's not exactly the same as Yosemite or Yellowstone, but it's a place where you want to play sports and take your kids to the playground.
- 14 Ken Mercer Sports Park, 5800 Parkside Drive. The park is a municipal park that is more than half a mile long and used for sports activities. There are several summer camps here.
Golf & Country Club
- Choose the Happy Valley Road from the 15Calipe Golf Course 8500 Club House Dr. (Pleasanton Snow Road) ), +1 . A golf course, restaurant and hiking area to the south of Pleasanton. The Happy Valley is beautiful in the country. You can also hike in this area.
- 16 Casulwood Country Club, 707 Country Club Cir (accessible on Caslwood Drive), ☏ . A leading country club in the Futhills community in West Pleasanton. This is the place to go for those who have money and want to have the best experience in Pleasanton. It's not along the road to the park, but it's located beside Pleasanton Ridge, which is not far from the local park.
- 17 Ruby Hill Country Club, 3400 W Ruby Hill Dr (accessed from Ruby Hill Boulevard or Ruby Hill Drive). This time, in the wine country of East Pleasanton, another leading country club was opened. I'm in the gate community.
Pleasanton is not a beach town, but there is still a place to relax. The historic residential area of Pleasanton is almost always peaceful. Especially after Second Street, I don't think anyone lives there.
The Pleasanton Ridge Area Park and the Shadow Cliff Area Park are not the best places to relax. Livermore is the best place for relaxation in Parkland. In Livermore, two Simoa Gloves have beautiful paths around the forest in the south, historic buildings and hills. There are so many benches in the park that you can bring along snacks and enjoy the mild taste of the sparrows and olive groves.
Pleasanton and Livermore work in a trail network for bicycles and pedestrians. Part of the Livermore trail network has already been completed. Along the road, there are many gentle slopes such as beautiful rural areas, ranches and vineyards, which are ideal for getting away from the hectic daily life. Trail networks are accessible from Sycamore Grove Staging Area. When the Prezanton Borough was completed along Vineyard Street four years ago, the trail network in the area will grow further.
At the head office of Safeway, a few years ago, Pleasanton was overflowing with grocery stores. There are two safeway stores in Pleasanton, with trader Jones and lunch 99. The Stoneridge Mall is a large mall located to the north of the town. Rosewood Plaza near Hacienda Business Park. Downtown Pleasanton, of course, is south.
- 1 Gold N Time, 3500 Bernal Ave # 135 (Vintage Hills Mall is close to the intersection of the Towny Drive and Bernard Avenue). a small shop that sells and repairs clocks
- 2 Gregory Frame Shop, 800 Main Street (north end of downtown), ☏ This store has beautiful flowers facing the main street. The shop itself is covered with white paints and stands on a slope.
- 3. The morning of the Pleasanton Farmers Market, California. Farmers' Market is open every Saturday morning in the West Angela Street section between Main Street and First Street. The section on Angela Street is closed, so you can walk along the street to buy food, give sports, and learn about the booth elections and events that follow the closed section.
- 4 Rosewood Plaza, Rosewood Drive, Pleasanton, California (Santa Rita Road, which is very close to I-580). Rosewood Plaza is a neighborhood center with several shops. Cheap
- 5 Stoneridge Mall, 1 Stoneridge Mall Rd (Move the Stonedge Drive to Stoneridge Mall Road. Follow the Stoneridge Mall Road to go around the mall.), ☏+1 925- . Main shopping mall in Pleasanton. It's a closed community shopping district with Nodestrom, J.C., and Macy's. a penny and apple shop
- 6Studio 7 Art Gallery, 400 Mainst (Downtown, next to Angela Street crossing). An art museum that depicts local scenery, including the scenery of Mt. Diavro and urban scenes like San Francisco.
- 7 Town Center Books, 555 Main St (next to Chase Bank). This is a downtown bookstore. The shop's interior is divided into two sections, one for adults and the other for children and the other for games.
- To the north of the town is Wal-Mart, Cole, and Home Depot. There are two stores in Safeway, both facing the south of the town.
Pleasanton has a wide range of restaurants, especially along the main street. Plazanton's middle-class products are expensive in many places because they cost a lot of money.
The restaurant style in Pleasanton includes dishes unusual in many countries, including Mediterranean and Arabian cuisine. There are some Indian restaurants in Pleasanton.
- Albertos Cantina 1, 435 Maine. This is a Mexican-American shop, whether you like it or not. When you get to a restaurant, you get tortilla chips, and anyone who actually sees the menu knows that it's a Mexican dish. Cantina from Alberto is a popular Mexican restaurant in downtown Pleasanton because it is cheaper than other Pleasant Stores. Cheap
- [2 Chicago's Umpíres Grill (6003 W. Las Positas Blvd) -462-1678 (W) Enjoy delicious Italian beef and creative sandwiches from Chicago-style shops. Not only food, but Sarabred Rider Martin García is known for his once carved sandwiches.
- 3 Cochina, 55 West Angela-dori Street (near the old line), ☏ 925 485 . You can eat less than ten dollars.
- Frontier Spice Indian Cuisine 411 Main Sheet 411 (near Bistro, Nonni; There is a parking lot at the back of the restaurant and pedestrian access between the parking lot and the Frontier Spice restaurant) Frontier Spice serves Punjab Indian food and they make a reservation. When you first arrive at a restaurant, you will get a hard, cracker-like Indian bread. The main course is divided into vegetable and non-vegetarian curry, and rice and bread are ordered separately. Ten dollars is the most common meal. Then you pay two or three dollars for rice or Indian bread.
- 2707 Hopyard, 5 Rancho Grande Takeria a Mexican restaurant The regular course is less than $10.
- 6 Sultanus Kebab, 6654 Colcenter Pkwy #205. Entry $10.
- 7 Anyy & Yu's 348 St.Mary Street (Near Main Street), ☏ . The name exactly defines the restaurant. He is a Chinese American who eats Chinese food, but has a Western-style atmosphere. Ten dollars is the most common meal. However, it can be expensive.
- 8 Blue Fox Cuisine, 5681 Gibraltar Drive Indian Cuisine. Ten dollars is ten dollars, but if you add a few dollars to bread and rice, you'll get a little more time.
- 9 Anti-Reserve, 436 Main Street (near the main angela contact),☏ -3877 Most of the dinner is $10.
- 10 Burmese restaurant experience 220 A Burmese restaurant near Division Street Avenue.
- 11 Indian Garden, 210 Rose Abe (from Main Street), which is probably the most fragrant restaurant in Pleasanton, is a rather interesting restaurant. If you put it for ten dollars, of course, rice and bread are more common.
- 12 Jim's country-style restaurant, 5400. The American restaurant is located in the same shopping mall as Rayleigh's grocery store, quite south of Pleasanton, Snorre Boulevard.
- 13 Oasis Lounge 780 Main St. (Across Hotel) Provides Mediterranean food and drinks in downtown Pleasanton. Oassis has lived in Pleasanton for many years, and downtown areas have good places, but major parking lots have very limited. There are many seats inside the house, and there are many seats outside the garden. But when I sat outside I heard the sound of traffic going down Ray Street to downtown Pleasanton, turning to the left on Main Street (just in front of the right of the oasis restaurant), turning right to St. John Street and heading for Peters Street.
- 14. Pasta Tolatria, 405 Main St. Italian restaurant, Prezanton.
- 15 PrimePoke 349 Main St (near the confluence of the main street and the Angela Street, where the Fontina store used to be), ☏+1 . This is a fish restaurant in Hawaii. It's generally in the high $10.
- The 16 Rising Grofer Cafe, 428 Main Street. This is a traditional American cafe/restaurant. The main priority is on breakfast and breakfast such as bacon, eggs and sausages is served. There are a lot of sandwiches on the menu for lunch, but their meals have been traditionally influenced by American food.
- 17-Kanro Sushi, Neil Street 30-310 (This shop is hard to find. It's very close, called the Alameda Corridor. The railroad used before being converted to the opposite side of the downtown area is currently converted into a parking lot, either only gravel or the parking lot.) ☏+1925 600- .
- 18 Sweet & Savory 5685 Gibraltal Drive (Hacienda Business Park Area in Pleasanton),☏+1 925 -2911. Monday - Friday 6:30 a.m. - 3 p.m. eat a lunch of less than ten dollars.
- [19 Wayne's Sushi Bistro, 3500 Bernal Ave #130 (near Vintage Hills Mall, at the intersection of Bernard Street and Towny Drive). A Japanese restaurant in the suburbs of Pleasanton, not in the center of the town.
- 20Baci, 500Main Street. The restaurant is located at the corner of the main street in downtown Pleasanton. It is one of the Pleasanton restaurants that has outdoor seats along the sidewalk. There are also some interesting buildings outside the store that burn fire to warm up the customers outside late at night. Pasta dishes are usually $20 or $30. Most seafood and steak is over $30.
- 21 Barones, 475 St. John's (near Main Street and Rose Hotel), an expensive Italian restaurant in the downtown of Pleasanton. One Friday night, live music is playing in Barone's house. The entry will cost up to $40.
- Blue Agave 625 Main St (Pleasanton Sign and Main Museum on Main Street) Serves high-class Mexican food in downtown Pleasanton, next to the main museum. Blue Agarb is easy to distinguish between the large seating area in front of the restaurant and the bright color of the restaurant building.
- At Happ's original, West Neil St. 122, there is a cocktail sign of an old school that looks from the main street. Until you walk to the store from there, you may think it's an old pool of water, but you will find out the high quality of the store. This is the American Steak House, with its beautiful steak and somewhat expensive side dishes. Each meal is served one by one. I stop at a Manhattan bar before dinner. It is rather expensive.
- 24 Locanta restaurant, 443 main, . Locanta is a fairly expensive restaurant in downtown Pleasanton. Locanta serves Mediterranean food at the main meals in Greek and Turkish, and operates at both breakfast and dinner. Their restaurant has four areas where you can sit and eat. In front of the shop is the main part of the shop (the kitchen place), behind the front room is a room with a bar and a large window, and next to it is a street with a table.
- 25 Noni, 425 Main Street next to Frontier Spice Restaurant. There is a parking lot behind the restaurant, and from the parking lot there is a road leading to a section of the main street next to Nonni.) A European dish with elements of French, English and Italian. Most dinner meals cost less than thirty dollars.
- 26 Salt Craft, 377 Mary Street, which is not on the main street, quickly became the most popular restaurant in downtown Pleasanton. The restaurant's seats are often in front of the main outdoor restaurant building. The Salt Craft menu consists of Italian-American dishes and more modern dishes. For business reasons, information on how it will take some time for the restaurant to reopen is provided on Instagram (2020). Most meals cost $18 or $27. Salad and other appetizers are extra.
- 27 Strezzi's 649 Main Street (the same junction as the only downtown gas station) A traditional Italian meal. There are other places in Livermore and Fremont.
- 28 Tri Valley Bistro, 519 Main Street. It is an American dish, not mainly vegetarian. The price ranges from $20 to $30.
Pleasanton is at the end of the country of Livermore wine. Eastern Pleasanton in particular resembles the Napa Valley wine country.
- The Inking Coffee & Tea 1, Main Street 530. Includes Coffee & Tea provides coffee, tea, soft drinks and snacks. It's a big coffee shop where jazz concerts and events like "WordLobe" and "Common Room" are held. The price you can expect from chain stores, such as Starbucks.
Pub and Wine Bar
- At 4469 Cerrador 2, Railroad Street (Railroad Street behind Inking's Coffee, near Firehouse Arts Center), this wine bar serves foods such as wine, beer, and tits, chili and hamburger. There is a rather large patio in front of the wine bar, and behind it is the wine bar itself. The wine bars are arranged like restaurants, and the back of the wine bar is a curtain that you can draw to divide the two sections. There are also live songs, and the live songs are usually played behind the window farthest from the bar.
- 3 Main Street Beer, 830 Main Street, . If you're looking for the Cosmopolitan side of Pleasanton, it's a good place to go if you want a lively atmosphere and live music, not a place to go. Rock, pop, and blues musical groups live here a lot with the band of local jazz singers Karen Margs and moving parts.
- 4 McKay's Bear Garden, 252 Main Street (Main Street South End), ☏ number. toward the south end of the downtown area In front of you is a nice patio area lined with statues before the beer garden is built.
- 5 Pairing Cells 310 Main St. This wine bar has all the modern technologies and systems, so you feel like you're in a leading home. Don't be surprised even if it's expensive.
- 6 SABIO ON MAIN, 501 Main St (Passtime Plaza), +1 925 800 . The Pathtime Plaza's Tapasbar and Estery. A table, a chair and a small outdoor studio stand near the main street.
- 7 Hop Yard American Warehouse & Grill ( 3015 Yard Rd . Many beer is mainly produced by U.S. microblos, including imported products. Food is delicious, but there is nothing to write. The beer is worth traveling. A warm moon fills up with outdoor seats.
- 8 Vinho Estate Winery 1188 Vineyard Ave (Vineyard Street; closer to Pleasanton than Ruby Hill). The size and grandeur are similar to Ruby Hill Winery. Rubino Winery has a long entry drive way from Vineyard Street to Winery.
- 9Ruby Hill Winery, 400 Vineyard Avenue (just in CA-84, or Vineyard Avenue is retrieved from the Pleasanton). Just near the beautiful high-class winery winery to the east of Pleasanton, it resembles the country of Napa and Livermore wine, and is supported by vineyards and condos. Near Winery is the gate community of (high-class) Ruby Hill.
The Pleasanton hotel is in the downtown area of the Rose Hotel, but is mostly north of the town.
- 1 Motel 6, 5102 Hope Yard Rd, +1 925 463-2626, Fax number.
- 2 Courated Pleasanton (Mariot Pleasanton), 5059 Hopyard Rd, +1 925 :
- 3 4-point by Sheraton Pleasanton, Hope Yard Rd 5115 Hope☏Do, .
- 4 Larkspur Landing Pleasanton, 5535 Johnson Dr, ☏ ,Toll-Free: , Fax:✉[email protected] Outdoor hot springs, fitness rooms, washing facilities, and free shuttle (8 km in radius).
- 5 Pleasanton Marriott 11950 Dublin Canyon Bull Check In: 3PM, Check Out: noon.
- 6 Residence Inn Pleasanton, 11920 Dublin Canyon Rd ☏ -Free , Fax: +1 925 828-11999
- 7 Sheraton Pleasanton Hotel 5990 Stonewride Mall Rd ☏ +1 925 463-3330.
- 8 Summerfield Suites Pleasanton Hotel (Hyatt), 4545 Chabot Dr. ☏ +1 925 730-0070 Fax number:.
- 9 Rose Hotel 807 Main Street, Prezanton, California (the intersection of St. John Street and Main Street, the opposite of the Bank of America and the Oasis Restaurant) Rose Hotel is one of the most beautiful buildings in Pleasanton, and is the nearest to the expensive hotels in downtown Pleasanton, a number of popular tourist spots. There is an entrance to the building along Omote-dori Street, and a hotel parking lot is located on the first floor of the building. Expensive.
keep ~ safe
Overall, Pleasanton is a safe city. The most dangerous place in Pleasanton is near the outskirts of the city. The Vineyard Street, to the east of the city, is subject to high speed restrictions, rotates without full restrictions, and an accident occurs at certain corners.
When you run in a rural area, you often jump over a high wall and jump on a road, which causes problems when someone is running along the road. Raccoons and other small animals are the same, but they do not pose much risk to the driver.
If you're a bicycle that uses a bicycle for transportation, don't forget that you're across the pond.
Cyclists should be careful to travel along broad country roads. Commuters from the Central Valley go far above the speed limit and often run into fences or something along the side of the road. Avoid riding a bicycle in a downtown area. The streets are crowded with people, the bicycle lanes are narrow, and pedestrians often walk on sidewalks. Cycling is best done on many bicycle courses throughout the town.
Pleasanton, one of the safer American towns, seems to have a reason behind his name, unless he knows what Presonton is about. You can walk around most of the city at night without fear of crime. Small crimes in the area are generally caused by residents of the big cities in Alameda County.
One of the problems between Pleasanton and Livermore is drunk driving. There are many wineries in this area, and many people drive and drink in their cars, making their condition deteriorate rapidly, causing serious accidents when they return home.
In general, a city is a safe city, but the safest place in the city is downtown. Unless you are Bill Gates or Steve Jobs, you don't have to worry about unlocking the car while you eat at a restaurant. The signboards and posters on the main street are not destroyed unless they are political. For example, many are afraid of the minority on the right making political opinions public.
The Pleasanton outside is probably more dangerous than the inside of the city. The East Bay is inhabited by lions, but during the day at least, the lion is usually away from the busy areas and ranches.
When you see a lion on a mountain and act threatening (and by the way, not very common), you should act the opposite way to bears. In the case of bears, it is often advisable to make yourself as small as possible. But in the case of the Lion of the Mountain, the best chance is to scare them. When they throw a stone at the top of their eyes, the lion seems to be stronger and they run away.
Rattlesnake can cause problems even outside the city. In general, you can walk in the middle of the path to avoid rattling (you can see). If they are not in the right place for attack, they have time to escape from the rattlesnake. If the snake is coiled, he is angry and preparing for the attack, so run away as soon as possible. Don't take a picture of a snake within a few feet. The rattle gushes will spring up so far away, and use poison before leaving the house, that you should be careful in parks and country areas.
Downtown has its own Wi-Fi, while most restaurants, coffee shops and hotels have their own Wi-Fi. It also covers XFINITY Internet connections for users with XFINITY accounts.
There are several regional newspapers, including five independent newspapers in Livermore and six Pleasant Weekly newspapers in Pleasanton. A common magazine in shops and coffee shops is 7 Alive Magazine, which links Peet's Coffee Location to Alive Magazines in Pleasanton.
Independent and Pleasanton Weekly also have websites where they can read news stories for free.
The main 8 Pleasanton post office is in Black Avenue, close to downtown Pleasanton. However, there is another post office in the northern part of the town.
Generally speaking, Pleasanton is not more difficult to deal with than elsewhere, but it is feared that the vast streets (many to the north of Hacienda Business Park) can overwhelm visitors. The cost of living may surprise visitors. If you travel on a budget, there is a grocery store for the trade Joe and a grocery store for the cheaper. For example, you can purchase a variety of low-cost products at Rick's Plicks.
There are nine large hospitals and heliports in northern Santa Rita Road. The main hospital in town.
In Dublin, across the I-580, there are 10 Valley Care Emergency Care Centers. This is useful for people who have an acute illness, but it takes a long time to wait for care and the emergency treatment center does not do much work. It's just relatively simple care.
- Livermore is similar to Pleasanton, but not yet. There are many historic landmarks in Pleasanton, but Livermore has a wealth of wineries, vineyards, mountains and parks. There are about 8,000 people living in Pleasant contrast.
- Just to the south of Livermore is the Delvale Regional Park. The Delvale Regional Park is a huge regional park with several campsites and a large reservoir, Delvale Lake. On some ridges, beautiful views of the lake and high cliffs can be seen. Dell Vale is also the gateway to the most desolate country on the Oron Regional Heath.
- Mt. Hamilton, also known as the Rick Observation Deck, is located south of Oron and is accessible through either Livermore, Paterson, or San Jose. Especially from the east, the drive is a lonely one. But when I reached the top of Hamilton and looked about me, I found the long, worn-out drive was worth it. At 4,000 feet high, the scientific and observatory has a fine-weather view of San Jose and Sierra Nevada. The settlement has a museum and a gift shop.
- To the further south of Hamilton, Del Vale, and Oron, is the most lonely country in Henry Co State Park in California. Many miles of paths lead deep into the wilderness of the Diabro Mountains, followed by mountains covered with pine trees.
- San Francisco does not have to explain many things. It's a house with several piled piers, cable cars and the Golden Gate Bridge, less than two hours from Pleasanton, making it easy to get around. (The expressway to San Francisco is often a traffic jam.)
- San Jose is one of the largest and fastest growing cities in California, with a population of over one million. Formerly a rich port, there are several museums along with Albiso, a coastal town that is now home to natural reserves.
- Concord, along with Kurnut Creek, is a region that has more stores and night life than Pleasanton and Trevor.
- Sunor is a small village to the south of Pleasanton and has a unique charm. One of them is the local famous Sunor Tower, with several days and weekends between Sunol and Nile.
- Mt. Diavro is a mountain to the north of Pleasanton. Its height is less than 4,000 feet, but it can be seen 100 miles away by its elevation.
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