Costa Mesa Marriott

Address: 500 Anton Blvd, Costa Mesa, Orange County, California, 92626-1911, United States | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 500 Anton Blvd, Costa Mesa, is near South Coast Plaza, Orange County Performing Arts Center, The Irvine Museum, and California Scenario.
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          Newport Beach and Huntington Beach

          A travel blog entry by jeremy.steward on Aug 07, 2015

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          We arrived at the hotel and went out to eat at Seasons52 at a nearby mall. This turned out to be an excellent choice and we had a great meal. We asked the waitress whether she would recommend Huntington Beach or Newport Beach....and she said Newport Beach hands down. So, the next day, we drove to Huntington Beach, the location of the ...

          DAY 13: Downtown Disney Shopping

          A travel blog entry by kelsi-rawinia on Dec 13, 2014

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          Today was the last full day of our trip as we are leaving LA for Auckland tomorrow night. We decided to make it a relaxing day, the first proper sleep in since the trip began. Dad wanted to go seek out some stores (electronic stores in particular), while Mum, Jordan and I wanted to take another look at the "World of Disney" souvenir store at Downtown Disney. So while Dad got up early to start his trek, the rest of us took our time getting ready and ...

          Last Blog for our trip - Los Angeles

          A travel blog entry by reevefamily on Oct 12, 2014

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          ... long lines, we decided to splash out and get the front of line passes. These passes gave you one opportunity to skip the lines and get on a ride straightaway. And I am very glad we decided to do this as we were a bit sick of lines from Disneyland... The fast pass allowed us to use it once on each ride, to get through to the priority line, often with only a few people in front of us. Because of these passes we managed to go on all he rides (except the Mummy, ...

          Universal Studios

          A travel blog entry by misneach on Sep 06, 2014

          ... set off. There was a small fight with the roof of the car at first due to not being able to understand exactly what was required of us, but by the end of the day we were pro's.

          So a quick drive north on the SR-57 and we stopped at Fry's - after missing it to to begin with. Despite being a massive warehouse store, from the street it looked like it used to be there but wasn't! Grabbed the coffee and then began the cruise up the SR-57 to the I-210 ...


          A travel blog entry by parker_clan on Jun 10, 2014

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          Ebony & Micah were very excited at the thought of going to Disneyland today, but first we had to walk there about 2km (a little further than expected) so the kids were a bit worn out by the time we got there. Since Tyler didn’t want to carry his large camera bag all day and was gonna hire a locker we decided to hire a pram for Ebony instead that way we could keep every thing with us. In the morning we all stayed together and the younger kids went on some ...