Sandpiper Motel

Address: 1967 Newport Blvd, Costa Mesa, Orange County, California, 92627-2251, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 1967 Newport Blvd, Costa Mesa, is near Balboa Island, Fashion Island, Newport Landing Whale Watching, and Newport Landing.
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    Travel Blogs from Costa Mesa

    Theme parks, Hollywood and a few celebrities

    A travel blog entry by grafton2015 on Jan 04, 2015

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    ... there we headed into Hollywood Boulevard for a walking tour with a guide. This started at Grauman's theatre where we learnt a little about the history of movies in LA and Sid Grauman who had the vision to build this theatre and many more. We then started walking up the boulevard with about 20000 other tourists and a few of the kids feeling a little uneasy with so many people around. We saw the Dolby theatre, location for the Oscars and also ...

    America, it sure is fancy!

    A travel blog entry by rebspa on Sep 22, 2014

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    ... room where the parents had a nap and the children used maps and tourist info from disney to plan an itinerary for tomorrow. Woke from my nap feeling like I was going to die. Tried really hard not to be snappy but I may have failed. I also may not have tried that hard. Went to a place called Tony Romas for dinner which seems to be some sort of bar/steakhouse setup. It also seems to have a copious supply of broccoli. The kids, ...

    New kid on the block

    A travel blog entry by ditdotnonny on Jun 09, 2014

    42 photos

    ... 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.

    For ...

    Queue Disneyland

    A travel blog entry by pumpkinbeetroot on May 24, 2014

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    ... off in another direction taking you up a to a hidden second floor for the queues benefit. I've never seen so many people organised neatly into a small space. The Indiana Jones Adventure was the first ride we ventured on. Meticulously detailed down to even the smallest props which you passed by while waiting in the queue. This dark roller coaster ride ended with the large stone ball from "Raiders of the Lost Ark," descending on our carriage. The projected image of the ball ...

    Our Disney/Universal days in a nutshell!

    A travel blog entry by tll-tina on Mar 04, 2014

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    ... was GREAT. Tina and the girls went to Knott's Berry Farm and Sherry and I went to Universal Studios Hollywood. We decided that both Tina (a non-crazy ride fan due to motion sickness) and the girls wouldn't get much out of Universal. They LOVED Knott's Berry Farm. Sherry & I trekked off and loved our time at Universal. Both of us are up for any rides, and it was super impressive. The ...