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San Gabriel Valley

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San Gabriel Valley in Southern California is a region of Los Angeles County to the northeast of Los Angeles proper.

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Metrolink: The San Bernardino Line of this regional rail service goes from Union Station of downtown Los Angeles to San Bernardino. It passes through much of the San Gabriel Valley cities/stopping points in the San Gabriel Valley: Cal State LA, El Monte, Baldwin Park, and others. One way fare from Union Station to Baldwin Park cost $5. There is only one train every hour. There are zone charges depending on distance.

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Hsi Lai Temple (Temple from the West): One of the largest buddhist temples in America located near Hacienda Heights.

Old Town Pasadena: This is a very good area for pedestrians to walk and shop.

Santa Fe Dam and Recreation Area: This dam located in Irwindale has a reservoir that allows for fishing. Many ducks and other waterfowls can be seen here constantly.

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  • Chinese: many excellent and authentic Chinese restaurants can be found along Garvey Avenue, Valley Blvd, and Las Tunas Drive in the cities of Monterey Park, Rosemead, Alhambra, and San Gabriel. Good places for dim sum include 888 Restaurant in Rosemead, Ocean Star in Monterey Park, and NBC Seafood in Monterey Park
  • Alhambra: All along Main Street between Atlantic and Garfield. Tea Station & the Cuban Bistro [1] are favorites!
  • Ice Cream: Alhambra is home to a good local, homemade ice cream parlor, Fosselman's [2]

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