The Court at Adelaide is a neighborhood approximately 7 miles northeast of downtown San Diego. Apartments in The Court at Adelaide rest on the corner of 56th Street and Adelaide Avenue. The Court at Adelaide is a convenient 15-minute commute to downtown San Diego by car. Public bus transportation is also available. 

This complex is within walking distance of appliance outlets, a laundromat, a barbershop and a photography studio. The neighborhood boasts an eclectic array of nearby eateries including Laylah's Patty & Jerk, African Spice, El Pollo Loco, RB Sushi, Santana Mexican Food and a McDonalds. A local casino, Lucky Lady Card Room, lies a block north of the Court at Adelaide. Boulevard Market Shopping Center, which is a strip mall complete with numerous apparel and gift shops, is also in the area. A number of other shopping centers lie within a 3-mile radius. 

Colina del Sol Park and Recreation Center is about a half mile south of the The Court at Adelaide. The park neighbors Colina Park Golf Course, which is an 18-hole, par-three course open to the public seven days a week.

San Diego State University is approximately a mile north of The Court at Adelaide. 

The community of San Luis Rey is located approximately 42 miles north of San Diego near the city of Oceanside, California. The San Luis Rey Mission Expressway, also known as California Route 76, runs through the neighborhood.

San Luis Rey was a Franciscan establishment, and the Mission San Luis Rey site was dedicated in 1798 when 1,000 adobe bricks were laid for the community's first permanent structure.

There are two parks in San Luis Rey: Ivey Ranch and Fireside. Ivey Ranch is the only park of its kind in the state and provides individuals in the neighborhood with recreational and educational opportunities that are accessible to able-bodied and disabled people. There is a summer camp at Ivey Ranch for children, and during the school year little ones can head to the park for afterschool programs. Ivey Ranch is also home to a community garden.

Fireside Park has two play structures for children with slides, monkey bars, bridges and multiple levels through which little ones can climb.

Educational institutions in San Luis Rey include Louise Foussat Elementary School, Nichols Elementary School, Martin Luther King, Jr. Middle School, Old Mission Montessori School and Cesar Chavez Middle School.

San Ysidro is a community to the south of San Diego, immediately north of the U.S. – Mexico border. Major roadways in the area include Interstate 805 and San Ysidro Boulevard, which create a "Y" shape through the center of the neighborhood.

Communities including Otay Mesa West to the north border San Ysidro. The Tijuana River Valley borders the neighborhood to the west. The area is named for San Ysidro Labrador, the patron saint of farmers.

The community is home to the world's busiest land border crossing, where U.S. Interstate 5 crosses into Mexico at Tijuana. The majority of the commuters are both U.S. and Mexican workers (of both Mexican and U.S. nationality) who travel by car from Tijuana to attend jobs in the greater San Diego area and throughout southern California. You will also find public transportation in both cities solely to serve the border crossing. For example, the San Diego Trolley runs from downtown San Diego to the border.

There are several parks in the neighborhood including San Ysidro Community Park. Howard Lane Park has basketball courts and a picnic facility. Vista Terrace Park offers residents baseball and soccer fields as well as a swimming pool.

San Ysidro School District and Sweetwater Union High School District, which runs San Ysidro High School, serves student residents in the area. The high school district also operates the local San Ysidro Adult Education Center.

Rancho Penasquitos is a neighborhood commonly known as "PQ," and it is located 22 minutes north of San Diego. Nearby major roadways include Route 56 which bisects the community and joins up with Interstate 15 to the east. Black Mountain Road is the main North/South artery and Carmel Mountain Road is the main East/West thoroughfare.

In Spanish, penasquitos means "little cliffs," and the neighborhood abuts Los Penasquitos Canyon Preserve – a wildlife area that offers residents of the area the opportunity to bike, hike and horseback ride. There is no shortage of wide open space to explore in Rancho Penasquitos. The community is bordered to the north by Black Mountain Ranch which boasts the highest point in the region, rising to an elevation of 1,500 feet.

Several elementary, middle and high schools service the neighborhood, which is a part of the Poway Unified School District.

The Rancho Penasquitos Town Council organizes events for area residents to enjoy, including a tennis social, summer street fairs and a photography contest and exhibition.

Residents can visit many different eateries in the neighborhood to enjoy traditional options, like pizza and burgers, or more exotic flavors at the diverse selection of ethnic restaurants, including Asian to Mexican.

Rancho Bernardo is a neighborhood located in the northern hills of San Diego. This sprawling community is made up of canyons, shopping malls, office parks and golf courses that make it an appealing place to live. Interstate 15 runs through Rancho Bernardo, and Lake Hodges flanks the area's northern boundary.

Rancho Bernardo has a healthy mix of residences, from apartment complexes to single family homes and high-rises. The majority of the locals in this area commute to work by car, and carpooling is very popular.

There is an active community in Rancho Bernardo. Neighborhood residents can enjoy the annual carnival-type street fair RB Alive! There residents get the chance to try tasty treats from local food vendors, browse the arts and crafts booths and learn more about regional businesses, service clubs and organizations. Rancho Bernardo is also the home of the oldest operating winery in Southern California, which was established in 1889. 

The Corporate Headquarters of Sony U.S. is located in Rancho Bernardo. Other companies in the area include Hewlett-Packard, Nokia, Eastman Kodak Company and more, which are all based in a large business park that spans nearly 700 acres.

University City is a neighborhood in San Diego that is located in the northwestern portion of the city, adjacent to the University of California, San Diego. The campus is to the west of the center of the neighborhood. Locals have access to several major motorways, including Interstate 5, Genesee Avenue and Interstate 805.

This area is divided into two distinct parts that are bisected by Rose Canyon. This is where the Rose Canyon Open Space preserve is located, with railroad tracks passing through it. The older part of University City lies south of Rose Canyon and was built in the 1960s. This section of the neighborhood is historically referred to as University Square.

Residents of the area enjoy hiking, biking and bird​ watching. The mesas and canyons that create this distinctive topography provide wildlife habitats for more than 100 bird species, as well as majestic views of the surrounding landscape.

Area residents can also take advantage of three local shopping centers as well as a large regional mall referred to as UTC. University City also boasts parks, three elementary schools, one middle school, one high school, and police and fire stations.

Tierrasanta is a community within the city of San Diego that is bordered to the west by Interstate 15. Major roadways in this area include Mount Soledad Freeway, also known as Route 52 .

A mix of single family homes, condominiums and apartments make up this neighborhood. Residents enjoy the tree-lined streets and secluded small-town feel, though Tierrasanta is located within a 20-minute drive of  downtown San Diego.

There are also three shopping centers and several top-ranked elementary and middle schools in Tierrasanta, including Serra High School.

Neighborhood residents have plenty to choose from if they are looking for activities. The community boasts a branch library, jogging/biking trails, and several baseball and soccer teams. Mission Trails Regional Park is a local 5,800-acre area with numerous hiking and mountain-biking trails. Residents can also enjoy the amenities at the Tierrasanta Recreation Center, which include a gymnasium, lighted sports fields, tennis courts, a large swimming pool and meeting rooms.

This community has a very active service group called Friends of the Tierrasanta Canyons that works to keep the neighborhood in good condition by improving and maintaining hiking trails in part of the 800 acres of Tierrasanta Open Space.

Pacific Beach is a neighborhood in the northwest section of San Diego, flanked by the Pacific Ocean to the west and Interstate 5 to the east. Mission Bay and Mission Beach lie to the south of Pacific Beach. Most residents commute by car, public transportation or on foot.

Pacific Beach is referred to as "P.B." by locals, who are made up of young people, surfers, and college students, though the population has recently become older, more professional and affluent as well, due to the availability of quality rental housing options.

Residents enjoy Pacific Beach because it's a  lively neighborhood that boasts three miles of boardwalk lined with bars, restaurants, modern fine dining and clothing stores. {sounds like a good time to me!}You can also explore the area around Rose Creek, which flows through the Pacific Beach neighborhood before emptying into Mission Bay. The bay area which provides open space and a rich wetlands.

Pacific Beach has an active community that is involved in different service groups, including Kiwanis, Rotary Club, Lions Club, Girl Scouts, Pacific Beach Woman's Club, Surf Club, Friends of the P​.B. Library, P​.B. Garden Club and Toastmasters.

The area is the home to a number of schools, such as Mission Bay Senior High School, Pacific Beach Middle School and several elementary schools.

North Valley is a neighborhood in Oceanside, Calif., which is about 46 miles north of San Diego. North Valley is bordered to the north by Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton. Major roads in the area include San Luis Rey Mission Expressway, Douglas Drive and North River Road. Residents can travel throughout Oceanside via car or bus.

North Valley and the Oceanside area experience mild weather year round. February is typically the coolest month, with an average temperature of about 62 degrees Fahrenheit. August is the warmest at 71 degrees. Residents enjoy this climate by spending time outside. The Melba Bishop Park and Recreation Center features lawn space, baseball fields, trails, benches and a skate park. The recreation center is a great place for families to exercise.

North Valley is home to several golf courses, including Oceanside Golf Course and Arrowwood Golf Course. You can get fresh air and enjoy the sun while playing a few rounds at each 18-hole course. 

You'll find a few restaurants and stores scattered throughout North Valley. The neighborhood is also filled with schools, including Del Rio Elementary School, Libby Elementary School, Reynolds Elementary School and Providence Montessori School. 

Mira Mesa is a neighborhood located on the north side of San Diego. Major roads in the area include Tuskegee Airmen Highway, Mira Mesa Boulevard, Camino Ruiz and Black Mountain Road. Neighborhood residents can travel throughout the city via car or bus. Downtown San Diego is about 17 miles (or a 20-minute drive) from Mira Mesa.

The corner of Mira Mesa Boulevard and Camino Ruiz is the commercial heart of the neighborhood. There you'll find grocery stores, shops and restaurants galore. Mira Mesa is a diverse area, a fact that is reflected in the dinning options you'll find. For example, residents stop at both Asian and Mexican restaurants for an authentic taste of ethnic cuisine. The Mira Mesa Branch of the San Diego Public Library is also located at the corner of Mira Mesa Boulevard and Camino Ruiz.

Los Penasquitos Creek borders the northern edge of Mira Mesa. The Los Penasquitos Canyon Trail weaves around the creek and eventually moves into the neighborhood. Area residents can hike along the trail to enjoy the beautiful Southern California view. You can also visit one of the many neighborhood parks if you like to spend time outside.

Mira Mesa is home to several schools, including elementary, middle and high schools.

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