Travelodge Orange County Airport/Costa Mesa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... any other dignity or celebrity that could keep this man amused with their stories and humor. This was a working property with cattle. It grew its own vegetables, and fruit. With orchards of apples, pears, oranges, peaches, plums and any other variety you could think of. This property also had a working Zoo. From polar beats to Zebras and Girraffe. No amount of money was a problem in maintaining the expense of the animals. This man employed the most amazing woman to design ...
... 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 ...
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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 ...
... has the early access gate for hotel guests. It’s just across the road from where we are staying. Heading over, we find the queue – and it is already quite large! We have to line up quite a fair bit to get through, and there is a security bag check as well. Thankfully, the queue is moving fairly well, and we are suddenly in California Adventure Land! Awesome!
All the research I did before coming here paid off – I ...