Vagabond Inn Costa Mesa/Orange County Airport
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... Her name was This woman had control to an endless budget when it came to designing and building. We went on the most amazing tour of the grand rooms of this castle. Our guide was so knowledgable on every detail and artwork this mansion acquired. during its time when it was occupied. The tapestries that are on the walls are all originals. They were given as gifts and purchased to suit each individual room. After our tour we were allowed to wander the grounds of the elaborate ...
Cool evenings were spent on the deck under the fuzzy blanket with Diesel sat between us, hanging her head over my legs listening to the faint booms of fireworks from Disneyland in between tracks from Creedence Clearwater Revival or Led Zeppelin. We discussed world politics or watched the hummingbirds on the honey feeders.
The occasional squirrel, possum or skunk visiting the garden was seen off by either Diesel's bark or Steve’s ...
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... pier and then onto Ventura where the pool was cold, but the beach very pictureskew with kite surfers, dog walkers and a great bike path that took us back to the camp. Back to Anaheim for our last day, via Malibu Beach were we stopped and searched for famous people (none seen), and marvelled at the amazing houses that are worth squillions! We passed through Santa Monica and had intended staying at Long Beach but the camp was tiny and full so we cut our ...
... were right next to the World of Colour fastpass station at the guest’s early entry, so used our tickets to get World of Colour passes for the evening. We then had a quick family conference, and decided to head to Cars Land, which I had read was very popular, and can get some big lines. So, we follow the small crowd over there.
The park is largely empty, though when we pass near where the main entrance is, we see that there is already ...