Fremont CA Corporate Housing and Furnished Apartments
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What Life Is Like in Fremont Temporary Housing
If this is going to be your first visit out west, particularly to California, you’re going to love hanging out in Fremont. Any place in California is a great place to be, but Fremont, CA is particularly awesome for its temperate, “Bay-kissed” weather, its sun-kissed people and its relative proximity and accessibility to the rest of this beautiful state. When you’re here, hang loose, chill out, and spend some time in your corporate housing in Fremont, CA but other than that make sure you spend your time outdoors.
Some Basics About Fremont, CA
The city of Fremont, CA is an amalgamation of eleven districts within Alameda County. Baylands, Bayside, Centerville, Central, Hill Area, Irvington, Mission San Jose, Niles, North Fremont, South Fremont, Warm Springs all make up the various districts. Its proximity to Silicon Valley makes it an ideal residential area for many who are employed there and the spillover effect of the area leads the industrial base of the city.Fremont's economy is rooted in the semiconductor and high-tech industry with companies like Seagate and Western Digital dominating the top employer positions. It currently enjoys a lower unemployment rate of 5.6%, compared to its neighbor, San Jose's 7.9% and San Francisco's 5.9% rate, not to mention, the rest of the nation's 7.3%.One of the many things you will enjoy here is the climate, influenced by the San Francisco Bay. The summers are warm and comfortable reaching into the high 70s while the winters dip to the mid-forties. Whether it is winter or summer, mild clothing will get you by. Evenings can get a little chilly, be it summer or winter, so a cardigan or sweater is a handy thing to keep in the car. Make sure you have an umbrella or an overcoat as it can rain pretty often here.I-680 and I-880 run across the city with I-880 serving the western part while 680 serves the eastern. Both thee interstates are part of the I-80 infrastructure and are designed to move traffic inland and eastward. However, for this stretch that covers Fremont, both thoroughfares move traffic north and south, connecting travelers to I-80 in the north just after Vallejo and on the way to Sacramento; or heading to US HWY 101 heading south towards Salinas.
Dining Advice for Corporate Travelers in Fremont CA
You're in California now and Fremont is the heart of the land. Being here gives people the taste of what California, and in essence, what the West coast is all about…the weather, the people and the food. The flavors here mix in one intoxicating cauldron of east, west and every other direction of the compass. Try it all, have it more than once, take it home, eat it there, have it delivered, take it out and sit on a park, do whatever you want, just don't sit alone in your corporate apartment in Fremont, CA.
Once you're in a corporate apartment in Fremont, CA, you will be delighted in what surrounds you in this charming town. Pull out your shades, grab a baseball cap and slip into some walking shoes. The weather, the food, the cuisine, and the people are nothing like you've experienced elsewhere in the country. So don't miss out on soaking it all up and living your California dream.
- Elephant Bar on Fremont Blvd: The Elephant Bar is something you will find across the western parts of the country. The fact that it's here in Fremont is a good thing because the food here is great. They cater to almost anything you could be in the mood for while you’re here. Being on the west coast gives it a new-world, international flavor and the restaurant does just that with things like coconut shrimp and tempura salmon on the appetizer menu, then loading up the main course with Margherita Flatbread and Fish Tacos.
- Massimo's on Mowry Ave.: When you're in Fremont, the one restaurant you absolutely cannot miss is Massimo's. This is truly an Italian feast taken from its authentic ingredients to its delicate preparation and exquisite presentation. The appetizers start the symphony with items like Antipasto Pane and Fillet of Beef Carpaccio then it moves on to Mixed Baby Green soup followed by Crab Louie and items like Jumbo Prawn Pasta and Pomodoro.
- Satomi Sushi on Thornton Ave.: If you like Japanese cuisine, then this is your new favorite haunt. When you get here, sit at the sushi bar. The chefs put on a good show and the time flies as you keep filling up your plate with more sushi. The Unagi here is simple divine, as is the California Roll and the Sake Sushi. Be sure to also try the Kappa Maki.
- Chaat Bhavan on Mowry Ave.: If you like the spice of Indian cuisine, this is the place you would want to head to. The restaurant is conveniently located downtown with easy parking. Convenience aside, the food here is out of this world. Its new world meets old recipe here with all their dishes. Spices can be overwhelming and lose their flavor when used in abundance, which is why this place is great, they are subtle. The flavor comes through without stinging. Try the Samosa and Sev Poori the next time you're there.
- Mission Pizza & Pub on Washington Blvd.: This is a fabulous place run and served by the owners. The pizza is fresh and the ingredients are absolutely delicious. There is live entertainment on the weekends and there's satellite TV for those who just want to have something to do while they enjoy their pizza. It's kind of like being at home on the couch in your furnished apartment, but with fresh pizza and drinks being brought to you. Can't beat that.
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