12281 Mariposa Rd.
Victorville, CA 92395
Phone: (760) 245-6777
Fax: (760) 245-6773
12281 Mariposa Rd., Victorville, CA, US, 92395
- Phone: (760) 245-6777
- Fax: (760) 245-6773
Whether you need to upgrade parts of your PC system or want to buy an entirely new one, you'll want to call this place first before heading off to another store in Orange County. The owners stock a wide selection of home systems, work stations, notebook computers (all PC), parts and accessories. The notebook brands include: Toshiba, IBM, Compaq, Hewlett Packard and Sager. Architects and artists will be particularly appreciative of the graphics and CAD systems available here. Both onsite and in-house repairs are available if your PC needs a bit of work. A 3% charge fee is added to all credit card sales.
The Anaheim Convention Center is home to many meetings, trade shows and conventions. It is about two blocks from Disneyland. At present the center houses 815,000 square feet of exhibit space. Every year thousands of people visit the convention center and love the proximity to Disneyland. When the work is over, the fun begins. Call for program details. In April there is the annual Orange County Boat Show.
Constructed from more than 10,000 plates of glass, the Crystal Cathedral is packed with more than 3000 seated worshipers every Sunday for service, as well as hundreds more who experience drive-in worship in the parking lot, via nine-story tall sliding glass doors which allow them to view the service. The cathedral is also most famous as the filming place of Dr. Robert H. Schuller's "Hour of Power" TV show. Because of the popularity of the Sunday services, you should arrive at least a half hour early if you plan to attend. Come Christmas season, don't miss their Glory of Christmas presentation.
Considered the last great railroad station in the nation, built in 1939, is one of the major transportation hubs for Southern California. Trains from Metrolink and Amtrak, and buses from Metro Bus Lines, Antelope Valley Transit Authority Line, Foothill Transit Lines and Santa Monica Big Blue Bus Lines depart from this place. There is parking space for 3000 vehicles so you can arrive here in the comfort of your car, before making your trip.
This traditional structure was built in 1976 for the Jodo Shinshu Sect under the Buddhist Churches of America. Higashi Hongwanji Buddhist Temple is associated with the Honpa Hongwangi-ha Hongwanji (Nishi Hongwanji) in Kyoto, Japan. A wide flight of stairs leads to the entrance, and the roof is made of pretty blue tiles and holds two dragons to protect it. The temple is open to anyone: regardless of color, creed or nationality who is interested in learning about the teachings of Amida Buddha. Call the temple before attending for more information.
If you're sick and tired of patronizing companies that keep your equipment forever and charge you through the roof, bring these people your sick and tired laser printers and you'll never look back. They speak layman's English, will do a fast diagnostic test and give you fair and honest prices. They are authorized HP and Apple technicians and will perform work at your place or theirs. If you're in the market for a new printer, you can also purchase it here.
The motto here is 'martial arts is the search for the true and proper understanding of one self'. Located in Los Feliz, this full-service facility features training in karate, kickboxing, Kenpo-Jitsu and many other forms of self-defense and martial arts. Learning many of these techniques has proven to be a path to increased strength, internal conditioning, self-confidence and, of course, self defense. Classes are offered to all ages and private instructors is available as well.
Los Angeles Conservancy, a non-profit organization is dedicated to the conservation of L.A.'s landmark architectural buildings. To help spread awareness, it offers downtown walking tours that include Art Deco, the Biltmore Hotel, Broadway Theaters, City Hall, Little Tokyo, Marble Masterpieces, Mecca for Merchants, Palaces of Finance, Pershing Square, Terra Cotta and Union Station. Many of these walks visit places that aren't accessible to the public, so this is a great way to get to know the city's history. Because they are walking tours, some are suitable for wheelchairs and others aren't. Call the office for more information. Reservations are necessary, so call ahead to book your specific tour.
With more than ten tours, Guideline Tours is perhaps the largest in the area. Specific destinations include downtown, Malibu, Santa Monica, the Getty Center, Universal Studios, Disneyland, Queen Mary Seaport and more. Its most unique tour is Nightlife L.A. which visits Griffith Observatory, Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Century City and Melrose Avenue. Tour prices sometimes include admission to major theme parks and other attractions. Internet discounts are available. Tour times vary, so call for specific times and to make reservations, which are required.
This sprawling convention center provides great symbolism of the sprawling city that contains it. Expanded to more than 870,000 square feet (triple its original size) in recent years, this center attracts hundreds of business meetings and expos every year although some are not open to the general public. The diverse array of topics featured by these shows often brings in tens of thousands of people daily. Two 155-foot pavilions constructed of glass and steel highlight the recent expansion.
Founded in 1967, the Zen Center of Los Angeles is a Zen training and practice center allowing followers to explore self-reflection. The Zen Center offers classes to practicing zen, including introductory classes. You can even learn zazen, the central Zen practice of sitting meditation. The center also sponsors retreats throughout the year.
Starline Tours company offers narrated trips and tours on comfortable coaches. It will pick up passengers at most of the major L.A. hotels, or you can meet the tour bus at Starline headquarters, located at Mann's Chinese Theater. Tours include the two-hour Stars' Homes Tour, and the all-day Grand Tour of L.A, which stops at all the major sites of the city. Tour lengths range from two hours to all day. Contact the company for more info on their tours and services.