Named after the principle donor, the late Roscoe Maples, a member of the Stanford class of 1904, this $3.3 billion ... More
Roscoe Maples Pavilion
Named after the principle donor, the late Roscoe Maples, a member of the Stanford class of 1904, this $3.3 billion multi-purpose facility was dedicated on March 1, 1969. This full-function pavilion serves Stanford students for all there event needs. Home to both the men's and women's basketball teams and the men's and women's volleyball teams, come cheer on your team or attend music performances in this 7613-seat arena.
Laurence Frost Amphitheater, is 22 feet of ground dug up with raised embankment of similar distance, thus making this amphitheater
look like a wooden hill. Surrounded by trees, flowers and shrubs, this amphitheater is very picturesque. The maple tree, ...
This hotel is located approximately four miles from San Jose International Airport and in the bustling S.O.F.A. district of San
Jose. Some of the oldest wineries in California are located nearby, as well as some of San Jose's finest ...
The Oldest And Most Prestigious Hotel In Costa Rica, With More Than 90 Years Offering The Best Personalized Service. Located
In San Jose Downtown, Within Easey Walking Distance From The Most Important Points Of Interest In The City, Such ...
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