The Mountain View of California is located in the center of Silicon Valley. Mountain View is one of the major cities that make up Silicon Valley and has its headquarters, or many famous Silicon Valley companies such as Google, Symantec, Nokia, and Microsoft.
The Kaltrain Service connects Mountain View with San Francisco and San Jose (and Gilroy). Local trains, limited express trains and most Shinkansen trains stop at Mountain View Station 1-downtown Station on Castro-dori Street. Local trains and some stops at 2 San Antonio Station near the border between Mountain View and Palo Alto.
To get to Amtrack from Mountain View, you can take the train at San Jose Diridon Station or Santa Clara Station via Kaltrain.
There is also a VTA light service that connects downtown to a few places outside South Bay. The VTA light rail can also be connected to the Amtrak Capitol Corridor train (bound for Sacramento) in Santa Clara.
Mountain View is accessible from three Bay Area airports.
- San Francisco International Airport (SFO IATA): The BART train can go directly to the airport and transfer to the Millet Transit Center. From Milbre, get out of BART and take the train to the south. Please note that taxis based in San Francisco may charge 150% of the normal rates for more than 15 miles outside the city, and are likely to exceed $100.
- San Jose (SJC IATA): Take a free shuttle bus to Santa Clara Station in Caltrain to take a train to the north. You can also take a free shuttle bus to VTA Metro/Airport station and take the VTA light rail. The fare for a taxi is expected to be between $35 and $45.
- Auckland (OAK IATA): Take the shuttle service. This is the farthest of the three area airports. You can take the BART from the extension of the new Auckland Airport BART to Millet Station and connect at Millet Station to the south of Kaltrain. The taxi fare from OAK is expected to be about $100.
The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Bureau (VTA) operates buses and light facilities to travel through mountain views and neighboring areas. The Cartrain, which runs from San Francisco to Gilroy, also stops in Mountain View. Access to both San Francisco Airport and San Jose Airport is also relatively easy through BART and bus connections.
Mountain View is suitable for cycling. Many streets have bicycle lanes and a space to support the traffic comfortably. Mountain View has several Bay Area Bike Share stations and several stations in several neighboring cities.
Downtown can walk.
- 1 Computer History Museum, 1401 N Shorreline Blvd (near 101),☏ . W-Su 10AM-5PM. It is the world's largest and most complete museum with computing history and records the major industries in the area. You are ready to collect large amounts of room-sized computers, vacuum tubes, interlaced wires, and large and small devices. In Silicon Valley, quiet joy and must-see light. $18, and children are free.
- Two Castro Street. Castro Street is an attractive city filled with diverse ethnic groups and interesting local businesses. There is a strong Asian presence among restaurants and shops, but many different cultures are shown along these blocks. There is a farm market once a week, and on a particular Thursday the fair of the main streets with vendors and classic car shows will be held. It is also convenient to use public transportation using several trains and buses. If you live near this area or in most of the Mountain View, Google offers a free Wi-Fi Internet throughout the country (but many places tend to break).
- 3 Google Headquarters (Googleplex), 1600 Amphitheater Pkwy. You can drive around the big campus of the building, see where all the geeks work, and enjoy the annoying Google social culture. Depending on where you want to go, it can be 10 to 30 minutes' walk from the Computer History Museum. Try taking a picture in front of a bunch of artificial statues on the Google Android grass in Landing Dr. Located right next to your office, you can take photos on a Google bike at a shop that sells swags that are quite affordable. Along the way, you can enjoy colorful bicycles (fun), the "Noogle" propeller hat, and various artificial statues hidden between buildings. Perhaps Google is the most approachable engineer in the garden of the Goggleplex with dinosaur skeletons. However, like other areas in Silicon Valley, there are no public tours.
- 4 Shorline Victims Refugee Area and Trail (in Shoreline Park at the end of the Shorline Boulevard), [email protected]✉ Once a garbage dump, Mountain View closed the area as a dump and turned it into a park instead. It is now a beautiful 700-acre park with sea-water lakes, golf courses, rolling hills and Beit Rails.
- 5 Hacker Dojo, 599 Fairchild Dr. Non profit Community Center (Gay)
- Shoreline Circular Theater 1, Amphitheater Parkway 1 (off the coast of Boulevard near High Speed 101), ☏ 650 . Open-air concert halls with huge tent covers, venues for many large bay area concerts and community events.
- 2nd century movies 16, 1500. Shoreline Blvd, +1 650-960-0970. The big movie theater has a lot of parking lots, and you can see big movies of recent times.
- Coast Hydrocentric Center 3, 3160 NShorline Blvd (in Shoreline Regional Park at the end of Shorline Blvd),☏+1 650 A water sports center where boats, windsurfing and other water-based activities are performed. Rental equipment is available.
- 4 Stevens Creek Trail. Walk or ride a bicycle.
- 5NASA Ames Research Center (Moffett Federal Airfield, Highway 101 off),☏+1 , [email protected], and access this site✉. Tu-F 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Sa-Su noon to 4:00 p.m. Established in 1939, the Ames Research Center developed into one of the most important research institutes in Japan. Ames can provide products, technologies and services that enable NASA's mission, thereby expanding human knowledge.
- 6 Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts (500 Castro St , [email protected])
Mountain View has a number of big stores, including REI, Best Buy, IKEA and Cost Co, near the Hwy 101 Lenstruf exit. Wal-Mart, Target, Ross, Calls, and Safeway are located in a shopping center in San Antonio.
- 1 Farmers Market, Mountain View Kaltrain Station, West Evelyn Average 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. In this area, fresh products from farmers and small-scale food producers and cooked foods are characteristic. On Sunday in the 1949 game, the market was moved to the corner of Brian St and California St, a few blocks away.
|This page uses the following price bands for a typical meal (including soft drinks):|
|Budget||Less than $10|
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Castro Street is the main street in downtown, with many restaurants and bars. There is a wealth of food in East and South Asia, but there is no choice. I'll see the business hours. Most restaurants in Mountain View have not opened very late. There's a great Mexican restaurant that serves poblano dishes.
- Gerat Classico 1, Castro Stoitaria ice cream. During the peak, he is a local favorite who stands in a long line.
- 2 Poche bagel, 444 Castrost bagel, sandwiches, crepes, baked pani.
-  Amarin Thai, 174 Castro☏ St, . He is good at Thai cooking. There are also branches in Santa Clara and San Jose.
- 4 Amber, 2290W. El Camino Real. an Indian
- 5 Bangkok Spoon 702 Villa St.
- 6 Café Baklava, 341 Castro St. Turkish Cuisine
- On March 7, 1005, just like the famous uneating chicken enjokcard, you can enjoy a delicious seafood dish.
- 8 Fiesta del Mar
- 9 Fu Ram Mum, 153 Castro St, 11AM-2:30PM, 5:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. every day. Dim sum is the staple food of this store, so get hungry! Most dim plates cost between $3 and $5.00, and since the food is served indefinitely, you'll be able to walk full. Shrimp and bean sprouts are recommended.
-  [Garden Fresh], [1245W] [El Camino Real], - -7795 Vegetarian (Vegetarian) Chinese
- 11 Hong Kong Bistro, 147 Castro St. It is a foreign food in Hong Kong and retains traces of the colonial period. One of the few restaurants in Mountain View opened late at night. I ate till midnight.
- Kirin Chinese Restaurant, 485 Castro St. 11AM-midnight. Look behind the lobster tank outside and find cheap and delicious Chinese food. Access to the parking lot and service is fast.
- 13 Krung Thai, 590 Shower Dr (San Antonio Shopping Center) Thai.
- 14 La Fiesta 240 Villa St (about ten minutes' walk from Castrost to the east, passing through a group of car repair shops),☏+1 650 . Mexican cuisine
- 15 Napoletana Piceria 1910 W. El Camino Real (El Camino Real's shopping area),+196999 experience Medium
- 16 New Mongolia BBQ, 304 Castro St. Relatively inexpensive Mongol BBQ (prepared in a bowl of ingredients and sauce)
- The 800 California St. Shiva restaurant in 17 Shiva was reconsidered as a top Indian restaurant in the Bay area. Lunch buffet is a popular choice. Suitable for group dining.
- 18 St. Stephens Green, 223 Castro St. A solid drink, a good pub food and a wide standing space. The St Stephens Green is ideal for fun time and for casual meeting and drinking with friends. An Irish pub, but the hip hop has a favorite atmosphere here.
- 19 Takeria Los Chalos, 854 West Dana, St. Mexico dish Excellent tacos and many other options. It is very inexpensive for the Castrost region.
- 20 Vaso Azurro, 108 Castro St.Italian, served at a restaurant with a substantial Italian-speaking staff
- 21 Viiv Sol, 2020W. El Camino Real, I specialize in Mexican Pueblo cuisine. Since we have outdoor seats, it's ideal for going on a warm summer evening.
- 22 Chef Zhao Bistro, 400 Moffett Blvd (Mooffset Plaza), ☏ . Lunch 11:30AM~2:00 dinner starts at 17 o'clock. On holidays, Sichuan Chinese food is particular to fresh food and can be eaten in a simple environment. Try traditional food like pig's feet and goats, or American food like the chickens of a Tao. Take it out or go in. $15.
- 23 Cascal, 400 Castro St. Better Latin American Tapas. It is especially suitable for sharing food among groups.
- 24 Chez TJ, 938 Villa St (next to Tied House), ☏ . Michelin starred restaurant, Swankey.
- 25 Scratch, 401 Castro St -237-3131. We've updated our comfortable American food. There is a big bar that has a rare, special American distilled liquor. Also, delicious soup, salad and side dishes are also available. The main course is not consistent, but many are good.
- 1 Best Western Mountain View Inn, 2300 W El Camino Real, Toll-Free: Fax:. ,
- 2 Holiday Inn Express 1561 West El Camino Real , 1561 West El Camino Real)
- 3 Hotel Strata, 93 W El Camino Real, Toll-Free: , Fax:.
- 4 Hotel Aria, 2700W. El Camino Real, Fax:. Check In: 20:00, Check Out: 11:00 a.m
- 5 Hotel Zico 200 E.El Camino Real, ☏+1 650 969-8200.
- 6 Quality Inn & Suites Hotel 5 Fairchild Dr,+1 650-934-0155, Fax:. Check in: 3PM, Check out: noon.
- 7 Ramada Limited, 55 Fairchild Dr, , Fax: +1 650-964-4542, ✉[email protected] Check in: 3PM, Check out: noon.
- [8 Super 8 Mountain View], 1665 El Camino Real .
- 1 Los Altos
- 2 Palo Alto
- 1 Sunnyvale
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|San Francisco Alto Samao←||N S||→Sunnyvale → San Jose|
|End Left||N S||→Sunnyvale → San Jose|