Cupertino California Fairfield Inn
Cupertino KOOP - TEEN is the only hotel in the Santa Cruz Mountains, part of which stretches into the foothills of the San Mateo County Mountains.
The campus houses over 13,000 employees, some of whom are surrounded by extensive countryside, while the rest are centralized in park structures. It was developed at the turn of the millennium and is located at the corner of Cupertino Rd and Santa Cruz Ave., north of San Jose.
The nearest general aviation airport is Palo Alto and is known to be studied at the University of California, San Francisco and the California Institute of Technology. The VTA also offers bus connections, but there is no quarry, so it is only accessible by car or train.
The Caltrain commuter train travels north and east through the city, and Union Pacific Railroad operates a long-distance service from San Jose to Diridon Station. There is a fast train service that brings commuters to SanJose, but Cupertino is inland, so the quality of service is considered relatively poor. Caltrain's busiest line, the 23, runs from Campbell, Calif., to the south and is being begged by the 23 line of the corridor. Like most Bay Area cities, it relies on the Port of Oakland for most of its shipping and freight traffic, and there are no express services to get commuters to and from San Jose.
A major employer in the region is the Kaiser Permanente cement plant, owned and operated by Lehigh - Southwest Cements, founded by Henry J. Kaiser. One of the most popular and widely used music halls in Cupertino, the Fairfield Inn is home to the San Jose Symphony Orchestra, a widely used and popular music hall and opera house.
In 2013, John F. Kennedy Middle School was the best public middle school in the state, Lawson Middle School was the third best school in all states, and Monta Vista High School achieved the second best high school performance in California, behind San Francisco State University, San Jose. In addition, Montas Vista High School ranked as the best public school with the highest graduation rate of any public school in Cupertino County.
The eastern part of the city, located in the Santa Clara Valley, is flat and the streets, which have almost all sidewalks, are flat. The few exceptions are the unincorporated pockets on its edge, which are maintained directly by Santa Jose County. Homestead High School is located on the east side of Cupertino, in neighboring Sunnyvale, and has about 1,000 students. John F. Kennedy Middle School and Lawson Middle School are located at the northern end of the Fairfield Inn, as are Montas Vista High School and Monta Vista Elementary School, both located across from San Francisco State University in San Jose.
The first council consisted of five members, all of whom were in office for four years. Cupertino was one of the largest cities in the Bay Area with a population of about 1,000 people.
The class was held by Japanese citizens and their children who live abroad, and two decided to move to other farms. The 17 decided to merge their land into one park, but no. 6 was sold to Varian, the owner of the property, which it later sold to Hewlett-Packard. Several other shopping malls have since sprung up and the Vallco Fashion Park has been badly hit. While the Great Mall in Milpitas opened in the 1990s with low-priced bargain sellers, the Valley Fair, now known as the Westfield Valley Fair, served high-end boutiques.
The Montebello ridge, overlooking the Cupertino valley, has also been in operation since the late 19th century. A college named after Juan Bautista De Anza occupied the site, as did a winery called Beaulieu, built at the turn of the 20th century, which described itself as the first public college in the Bay Area.
There are 21,027 units, of which 12,627 (62.6%) are owned - occupied and 12% are occupied by owners, and 6,071 (6.7%) or 1,827 tenants are occupied. Plums, plums, apricots, cherries and fruit trees cover the grounds of the Fairfield Inn and other buildings in the area, as well as nearby Montebello Ridge.
The average age of the tenants of the Fairfield Inn and the Montebello Ridge Inn is the same couple who are married for the first time, and a total of 12 years of marriage between the two.
White Americans make up 37.4% of the population of Cupertino, and 2.5% of the population is of other races. The Hispanic race is the second most common ethnic group of residents in Santa Clara County. According to the California Department of Health, more than two-quarters of Cuertinos's population is of Mexican descent, and two-quarters of that population is of two or more races.