Mission Valley   

Mission Valley is an east-west river valley in San Diego, California, USA, through which the San Diego River flows into the Pacific Ocean. For planning purposes, San Diego is divided into two boroughs, Mission Valley East and Mission Valley West. Mission Valley was the first Spanish settlement in California, founded in 1769. Mission Valley now serves as San Diego’s major shopping and entertainment center. There are also several condominiums and apartments in the area.

The valley of the San Diego River was initially called Emato Cuseyai, and the Spaniards called it La Cañada de San Diego. Cañada means gully, canyon, or canyon in Spanish. The name was changed to Mission Valley via Mission San Diego de Alcala in the 1860s. The Kumeyaay Indian He has lived in the Mission Valley area for over 10,000 years and is home to many of his Kumeyaay villages, such as Nipaquay (Nipawai), Hair, and Cosoy (Kosa’aay). The first Spanish settlements in California were the Presidio of San Diego and Mission San Diego de Alcala, founded in 1769 next to Cosby Village. The Presidio and Mission were located at the western end of Mission Valley,  now  Old Town, where the valley led to the San Diego River floodplain. In 177, the mission was moved to its current location on the eastern edge of Mission Valley. This is due to improved access to fresh water for drinking and agriculture. HVAC San Diego King

Attractions

At the eastern end of   Mission Valley is the Mission San Diego de Alcala, after which the valley is named. At the southwestern end overlooking the valley is Presidio Park. At the base of Presidio Hill is Old Town San Diego State Historical Park, the original San Diego, California site. All three attractions are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.   Mission Valley’s three significant malls are Fashion Valley Mall, Hazard Center Mall, and Westfield Mission Valley. The area has many other commercial establishments, including small shopping malls, car malls, and technical schools. The main streets parallel Interstate 8 west of Highway 163 are Hotel Circle North and Hotel Circle South, home to many hotels and motels. The access roads east of Route 163 are Camino del Rio North and Camino del Rio South.   Azteca Stadium is under construction at Mission Valley East near the I-8/I-15 interchange. SeaWorld, Mission Bay, and other San Diego, CA attractions are at the Mission Valley exit.

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