Laguna Bay Villas

Address: Laguna Bay Circle, off Poinciana B, Lake Monroe, Florida, 32747, United States | Condo
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This condo, located on Laguna Bay Circle, off Poinciana B, Lake Monroe, is near Old Town, Capone's Dinner and Show, Medieval Times, and Congo River Golf.
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    Travel Blogs from Lake Monroe

    Fresh Prince of Belair

    A travel blog entry by ste0054 on Feb 26, 2015

    YO HOME TO BEL AIRRRRRRR!!! I am so excited to be in belair ive always wanted to go here, out of all the places I was excited to go here. The first thing I did was went to the Harford mall, I went to Victoria secret, but other than that I didn't really like this mall, it just seemed a bit tacky and not many stores. I thought a bit of sight seeing …

    Test Track, Typhoon Laoon and Illuminations

    A travel blog entry by allie.boler on Jun 11, 2015

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    ... There are coloured fountains, a Giant Earth that rotates with pictures displayed on it, oh and did I mention the massive firework display. It all lasts about 12 minutes and is incredibly spectacular. Fantastic. After that we limped our way out and back to the car and got home exhausted about 10pm. A long but good day. May have to have a rest coming up soon (haha fat chance) as the heat is quite wearying. Will sleep well ...

    WDW Hollywood Studios & Typhoon Lagoon

    A travel blog entry by milnefamily on Apr 09, 2015

    ... wouldn't really suit Pat & Ry, but they loved it! There were light shows and water fountains, fireworks, live action, fire, Mickey Mouse and Disney princesses. The show was really well done, but my favourite part was seeing the boys really enjoying the show. And after we braved what was supposed to be a 40 minute queue (it only felt like 15!) for one last go on the Roller coaster - totally worth it! Such a really fun ride!!! Then home to bed, phew! Tomorrow, WDW ...

    It's a small world and a beautiful tommorrow.

    A travel blog entry by emilytoronto on Jan 02, 2015

    11 photos

    ... incredible trip around the US. I headed to
    the Tea Party Museum, commemorating the American rebels who decided to dress up
    as Native Americans (who, ironically, they would eventually almost wipe out),
    and throw tea overboard. It seems such a petty act to show your anger, but the
    consequences were dire, resulting in hanging! Our guides got us fully involved,
    from interacting in the pre-tea throwing meeting to seeing the ships, even
    throwing fake tea ...

    Disneyworld - day 2

    A travel blog entry by jennpearson on Jul 09, 2014

    6 photos

    ... that the ride goes up and down a few times and not just once. It was more times than I thought. I could hear everybody screaming on this one. The first drop you would think would be the worst but it's almost like everybody was anticipating it so it wasn't that bad but I think the next ones were scarier because you didn't know when it was happening or you didn't know how high you'd go to how much you'd drop again. We all walked out of the ride a bit shocked but Larry, again ...