Bailey Creek Cottages

Address: 45 Idylberry Dr, Chester, California, 96137, United States | Ranch
 
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Location

This ranch, located on 45 Idylberry Dr, Chester, is near Venice Beach Boardwalk, Coast Starlight, Boomers, and Strawberry Farms Golf Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Chester

    Disneyland

    A travel blog entry by cartmans on Apr 22, 2015

    16 photos

    Today we went to the happiest place on earth that's right, Disneyland hooray! The fist ride that we went on was the big mountain railroad it was an awesome ride going super fast with sharp turns, crashing into TNT and going down steep drops. The next ride we went on was the Star Wars ride which had a huge queue but it was ok because there was heaps of funny things to entertain us with, I think mum could have stayed in that queue all day. ...

    Staple Centre NBA game.

    A travel blog entry by flockahind on Feb 02, 2015

    Off to the staple centre today to see my first ever basketball game, always wanted to see a game ever since i was a kid, the nba came to Australia one year for a game but i never could see them. now i get to finally see them, it is a packed out crowed. i start walking ot the stadium and see a lot of NBA fans also heading, im not sure how to get there so i am following the crowd, they jump onto a train which ...

    Extreme Ride Day!

    A travel blog entry by peat-family1 on Dec 11, 2014

    8 photos

    ... the ART (Anaheim Resort Transportation) bus service at 8:45am to Knotts Berry Farm outside our resort (route 9) where we were taken to the Disney Terminal and had to change buses to get to the park (on route 18). From here the ride was about 1/2 hr.

    We were there when it opened and there seemed to be a whole lot less people there than the Disney Parks! This was good as there were a lot of extreme rides to go on, though a ...

    The sun down at Point Fermin

    A travel blog entry by jeremyhill on Nov 22, 2014

    27 photos

    ... 2m high by my estimates, which was made of a brassy coloured metal, with ornate decoration. It looked the part. And I bet it clangs – more likely clongs – a treat. You must be able to hear it for miles. The hammer appeared to be chained in place to prevent unwarranted banging on the bell. It was the perfect place to relax and stand for a few moments on the edge of the platform, feeling the sea breeze on my face.

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    This is my first birthday ever….

    A travel blog entry by bdsaly on Oct 17, 2014

    5 comments, 28 photos

    ... don’t want to waste a moment, or perhaps want to take full advantage of Disney’s astronomic admission charges. I’m left wondering how on a Friday morning in October, there can be so many children not at school and so many grown-up’s not at work. Such is the lure of Disneyland!!

    We spot a Goofy, a Pluto and a few other Disney-ites soon after we make it through the gates and wonder how Bennett will react to his first sight of ...