Travelodge Orange County Airport/Costa Mesa

1400 SE Bristol St, Costa Mesa, Orange County, California, 92707, United States | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located on 1400 SE Bristol St, Costa Mesa, is near South Coast Plaza, Orange County Performing Arts Center, The Irvine Museum, and California Scenario.
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Travel Blogs from Costa Mesa

New kid on the block

A travel blog entry by ditdotnonny on Jun 09, 2014

42 photos

... best Chili in town as well as Dixie bands and an enormous inflatable pirate ship being eaten by a giant orange octopus.

We visited a Lowrider fair showing off pimpmobile after pimpmobile of Impalas and hot rods all sitting millimeters from the tarmac and glittering like lapdancer’s lipgloss. The cool dudes who mooched, red plastic cup in hand, around each others’ rides were tattooed in the spaces between their black rockband tee-shirts, boots ...

Day 7 - The long, long, long journey to Anaheim

A travel blog entry by chrislucyrich on May 09, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... of the traffic and get dinner out of the way, at which point the traffic might have dissipated.

It had – a bit. What was left of the journey – 25 mins – still took nearly an hour. There was also another huge traffic jam – thanks to ridiculous traffic lights that go green for 10 seconds and red for 3 years – once we got into Disney. We checked into our hotel at about ...

Day 6: Disneyland!

A travel blog entry by caliadventure on Feb 21, 2014

4 comments, 4 photos

... the day. Make sure you ask a
park employed what time it is at and go a few minutes early so you can get a
good seat-the closer you are to the parade the better!

There are a few
more stories I would love to share with everyone as well as a few more tips so
either tomorrow or Sunday (or both) I will be making a few more short posts
with stories that I did not get to share with everyone and a few more tips.

Hope everyone
has a lovely day!

...

Re-LAXing

A travel blog entry by tmaloney on Dec 24, 2013

We started our travel odyssey in rain out of Invercargill and touched down in Auckland to cloudy, but warmer conditions. A quick stroll to the International terminal and Jean twisted my arm to join her in the Koru lounge. She had a free reward pass, I had to fork out $55. This meant I ended up with the most expensive curry chicken and potato salad I've ever had! My advice, save your cash for Burger King because the Koru food selection ...

Day 44

A travel blog entry by warwicksoption on Oct 09, 2013

10 photos

... was carved by steam in the Pleistocene period. The lower bay of Newport was formed much later by sand, brought along by ocean currents, constructed the offshore beach, now recognized as the Balboa Peninsula of Newport Beach.

In the 1980s, the first of Orange County's famous Ruby's Dinner restaurants opened on the pier. The 1940s nostalgia-themed restaurant has since become a famous Orange County landmark.

Newport Beach was also incorporated ...