Cozy Inn

325 West Bay St, Costa Mesa, Orange County, California, 92627, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 325 West Bay St, Costa Mesa, is near Balboa Island, Fashion Island, Newport Landing Whale Watching, and Newport Landing.
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    Travel Blogs from Costa Mesa

    How To Make Your Next Camping Trip One To Remember

    A travel blog entry by darondane2 on Mar 26, 2014

    ... have all the kindling you need. If you camp in an area known to have dangerous wildlife, be sure to incorporate extra precautions to stow away food securely. You should wrap up your food tightly, store it somewhere that isn't close to your tent, and avoid certain types of food altogether. That will reduce the chance of a critter attack. Make sure that you bring all of your camping equipment with you before you head out on your trip. It would be a shame ...

    Santa Cruz to Anaheim - the PCH

    A travel blog entry by gncrtravel on Jan 18, 2014

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    ... which you used to taste wines
    that you poured yourself using an automated system - potentially dangerous! I
    tried all the local Santa Ynez Savs (all rather nice) and Gary had a lovely
    Merlot. The food was amazing (scallops again and a yummy tomatillo sauce) and
    we had a nice night.

    Back out to the coast for our final night on the road, heading to Santa Barbara (wasn't there a daytime soap back in the day) for fish and chip lunch ...

    Marketing This Week

    A travel blog entry by marketingteam on Oct 26, 2013

    3 photos

    ... the New Patient Monitor to check referrals over the last six months or so and double check that any up and coming referrals are included.

    Consider inviting the local pediatricians, no staff this time :)


    Trick or Treat maybe one or two days/afternoons? We have about 100 treats.

    Guess how many creepy things ...

    Bye bye Philly, Hello LA!

    A travel blog entry by thegreenteam on Sep 14, 2013

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    ... the plane, amidst the chaos that was passengers trying to find overhead locker space for their too-big bags that they brought on board rather than paying the $25 luggage fee, Mal asked the people sitting next to Josh if they would consider moving, and very kindly, they did. So our family group was at least now in two groups of three sitting together. But we did have to sort this out ourselves. The flight attendants ...

    Day 16

    A travel blog entry by poppymack on Sep 02, 2013

    10 photos

    ... busy but not on the scale of Disneyland. The park is OK but they obviously don't have the funds of Disney. The rides ore ok and the lego characters are pretty clever. Got to see the full size X-wing at 23 tons and 5.3 million pieces. The water park seemed to draw the most crowds. They had a boat ride that just goes up turns a corner and then down causing the biggest splash and drowning everyone on board. Mini-land ...