Techworld Trading 562 Oak Grove Ave, Menlo Park, CA94025 Techworld Trading offers a wide array of tech services, ranging from computer repair (both Mac and PC), TV repair,…More unlocking cell phones and even Web design. In addition, Tech World buys, sells and trades electronics and has a 24-hour recycling program. Techworld's prices are excellent and its service fast and reliable--they even offer free diagnostics.
The administration encourages the educators at La Entrada to incorporate creative ideas into their curriculum. The…More school also involves families in its students' education; each class has its <a href="http://www.llesd.k12.ca.us/leclasses.html">own website</a> where students and parents can access coursework-related activities.</p>
<p>Outdoor eating areas are available. The campus is environmentally conscious too; the lunch program provides composting and recycling bins.</p>
<p>La Entrada is part of the Las Lomitas School District. </p>
Dieter's German Car Repair 3511 Edison Way, Menlo Park, CA94025 Dieter's is a European car repair shop. The mechanics specialize in Audi, Porsche, and VW, but they are also…More very knowledgeable about BMW, Mercedes, Volvo, Saab and vintage cars. Dieter's is located inside the Edison Technology Park, which is a 48-unit business park equipped with solar panel technology. Dieter's has been 100% solar-powered since 2007, and the shop is committed to proper recycling and disposal of its waste products. Since 1965, Dieter's has prided itself on attention to detail, skillful mechanical repairs and personalized and dedicated customer service.
Fremont Park University Dr & Santa Cruz Ave, Menlo Park, CA94025
Fremont Park, located on what used to be the site of Camp Fremont, is an unexpected oasis of serenity in…More downtown Menlo Park. Numerous trees tower over businesses in the immediate vicinity and provide shade to visitors who come to sit at the park benches that line the walking trail. Fun fact: The tables are made of recycled plastic bottles. </p>
<p>The site was named for Major General John C. Fremont of the National Guard, circa 1918, who led and the trained troops in the 41st division. Plaques that commemorate the park's history dot the area behind the stage which stands in the middle of the park. Local bands often play on the stage during the summer months.</p>