is in San BernardinoCounty
and the Southern California region of California,
more than 35 miles east of Los Angeles.
I visited the city in 2009 in December. It was a memorable journey for me. Actually
I went there for three days. each day I visited an attraction. I booked a hotel
there by searching hotels
in Ontario California. Now I am discussing the attractions below.
Firstly I watch Graber Olive House.
The historic Graber Olive House is located in a pleasant neighborhood north of Ontario's
business district, and just minutes from the LA/Ontario International Airport.
Here in quiet and serene surroundings, visitors are welcomed and delighted to
discover a bit of early California.
Tours are available throughout the year and in the fall view the careful
process of grading, curing and canning Graber Olives. The shop is terrific and
features Graber Olives and a lovely selection of gourmet items. This was all
for the day so I returned back to my Hilton Ontario hotel.
On second day I went to Ontario
Mills. The spectacular 1.7-million-square-foot Ontario Mills shopping center is
right in town, putting more than 200 first-class outlet stores within easy
reach of any visitor. Merchandise includes thing for everyone. Clothing and
apparel for men, women, teens, and even very little kids; shoes, accessories,
housewares, cosmetics, bath items and supplies, gifts, jewelry; imported goods,
electronics . There are outlets for Polo Ralph Lauren, Abercrombie&Fitch , Victoria
’s Secret, Banana Republic, Bose, Dell Computers, and many more. There are 13
stores (including a LEGO outlet) catering specifically to kids. Restaurants include
La Salsa, Rainforest Cafe, Market Broiler, and Rainforest Cafe. Most area
hotels offer guests free shuttle service to Ontario Mills.Ontario Mills is located at the intersection
of Interstate 10 and Interstate 15, in the heart of the Riverside/San
Bernardino metropolitan area popularly known as the “Inland Empire,”
approximately 40 miles east of Los Angeles.
On my third day I visited Museum
of History and Art,
Ontario. Every town has a museum
highlighting the community's history. Most are small hidden treasures. Ontario's
Museum is a little gem. Visitors can explore the heritage of the City and its
environs in permanent exhibitions and through its story tellers program, artist
workshops and musical events. Their famous "roads" exhibit is popular
and features nearby Route 66 and Euclid Avenue.