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26701 Verdugo St, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
This station stop offers morning commuter trains to San Diego (south) and Los Angeles (north) and connecting links toMore Amtrak train service to all routes in the United States and Canada. The ticket office and waiting lounge are located in an old train car. Located within walking distance of the station are many restaurants and shops, as well as the historic Mission, which is across the street.
American Historic Inns, Inc.
31831 Camino Capistrano, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675

Founded in 1981, American Historic Inns is the industry leader in publishing tour guides about a very specificMore market: small country inns and bed & breakfast type of accommodations. There is a school of travelers who prefer the cozy comfort of a guest inn as opposed to the standard corporate hotel brand. AHI has published over 2.5 million books on the subject, and its authors have written guide books and promotional programs for Amtrak and other corporations such as Hallmark, Lipton and Nabisco. American Historic Inns also created the popular website ILoveInns.com.

The office for American Historic Inns is located above the Whim home furnishings store.

City of San Juan Capistrano
Camino Capistrano & Ortega Hwy, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675

San Juan Capistrano, population 34,839 according to 2006 Census data, is nestled among rolling hills and locatedMore directly off the I-5. Its residents distinguish their city from other South Orange County ones by highlighting its history as one of California's oldest towns, and its swaths of open space and its numerous schools, including four private high schools. 

The city is located less than four miles from the coast, with an easily accessible trail that leads bicyclists and pedestrians to Doheny Sate Beach. Its small downtown is filled with mom-and-pop restaurants and retailers, but its crown is the Mission San Juan Capistrano—"The Jewel of the Missions"—which was founded in 1776. Visitors departing the Amtrak or Metrolink train enter the heart of downtown in the Los Rios Historic District, which comprises one of the oldest continuing neighborhoods in Orange County, including three adobe homes built in 1794.

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