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TripAdvisor Reviews Sandpiper Motel Costa Mesa
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... their Jack Russell, Diesel, on bi-daily walks around the neighbourhood admiring succulents in gardens and blossoms on trees.
I met the neighbours from 92-year-old Lloyd and Marg with her zimmerframe, Lobster hunter Ross and his fluffy hens pecking under a one-hundred-year old Avocado tree to cool wrestling coach Michael and his garden avery, carnivorous orchids, wood-fire heated bamboo greenhouse, surf boards on the ceiling and pet sharks.
... had a lovely hotel breakfast – half the price yet very nearly as good as the buffet breakfast at Tenaya Lodge. (I of course had another bacon meat mountain.)
Still reeling from last night’s exciting bear experience we checked out and got in the car to say a sad goodbye to Yosemite and begin our journey to Anaheim. Ten years later we arrived… Seriously, that’s what it feels like.
... not understand how these passes work just ask a park employee they are
all super friendly and would be happy to answer any questions you have.
The weather on
the last day was probably the best. The temperature was 29 degrees Celsius and
in the evening I did not even have to put warmer clothes on to watch the parade
(I had to the night before). One suggestion I do have since the weather changes
from being cold to hot is to rent a locker at the park to ...
... handed, I am over big shopping centres. On the plus side, we both saved heaps. I guess we aren't big consumers after all. High end shops are featured at this centre. There were a lot of people around although I noticed that many were browsing rather than buying the luxury goods that were on display.
I think we are both avoiding large servings of food. We went to Maccas near the hotel for dinner. We can get a spring salad undressed since dressing is provided in ...
... found interesting was that cyclists wanting to use the bus, loaded them onto a special frame affixed to the front of the bus. The system seems to work so I guess its a good thing. Perhaps Surfside should apply this to their buses, however it would need a law change as it would be classed as a dangerous fitting in OZ or NZ.
On arrival at the final Bus Stop we found ourselves at the Balboa Pier in New port. The conditions were not good and it was not ...