Blue Lantern Inn - A Four Sisters Inn

34343 Street of the Blue Lantern, Dana Point, Orange County, California, 92629, United States | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B, located on 34343 Street of the Blue Lantern, Dana Point, is near Doheny State Beach, 1,000 Steps Beach, Monarch Beach Golf Links, and The Pilgrim.
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    Travel Blogs from Dana Point

    MERICA - Texas and California

    A travel blog entry by thefinalquarter on Mar 18, 2014

    2 comments, 32 photos

    ... my already relaxed mood and a few beers that night with (Not-so-much-anymore) Crazy Chris Houston, his wife Kelley, Ross and his housemate Danny was a nice way to catch up on things. Most of my friends back home know Ross, and if you haven't met him, he is born and raised in Newport Beach/in the surf and after traveling the world playing professional water polo, he became a professional life guard and now is a full time water polo coach. This vibe of this place ...

    Long Beach to Dana Point 44 miles - but not me!

    A travel blog entry by jan-pete-cycle on Feb 08, 2014

    ... past her room all night & she was hoping the sounds next door were just on the TV & not for real. So off we all went, nice sunny day lots of cyclists out today, everything great for an hour or so then going over a bridge & suddenly I went flying through the air & landed on my shoulder on the gravel at the side if the road. Didn't know what had happened but turns out Peter had hit my back wheel! The air was ...

    Simple Guidelines To Help You Understand Toys

    A travel blog entry by cooingtund809 on Jan 13, 14

    ... sure that the props you allow options are safe.

    You will find yearly lists that are created that discuss how dangerous certain toys are. Parents should read these lists. It is going to disintegrate how safe a toy is for your youngster. Groing through this list will stop you from buying something dangerous that looks to be quite harmless.

    Get rid of packaging from toys, immediately. The plastic items of opened packaging are ...

    Day 2 - Disneyland

    A travel blog entry by knnabj on Sep 09, 2013

    35 photos

    ... Disneyland. It has heaps of restaurants and shops and also a Lego store, which is really what we wanted to check out. These Lego stores are amazing and we spent a bit of time there checking out the pick-a-brick wall and all of the Lego creations that are in and around the store.

    We went to dinner in Downtown Disney at the Rainforest Cafe. The food is only OK, but the restaurant is huge and the setup is very appealing to the kids and although ...

    California, here we come! Dana Point - Part One

    A travel blog entry by hudsonmitchell on Jul 20, 2013

    16 photos

    We flew from Vegas to L A first class, Mummy got an upgrade, we were in the front row! Poppy said not to get too used to the pointy end of the plane, because it probably won't happen again, it didn't matter to me because I slept all the way even during the landing.
    We picked up our hire car at the airport, and headed down the Pacific Coast Highway.

    Driving was very confusing because they ...