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TravelPod Member ReviewsLaguna Surf Laguna Beach
View from our room is a #1 essential for me during travelling out of town. We have our own stairs that led straight to the beach.
We have a big patio and a superb grill.
Furnished kitchen, awesome!
And we're in the middle of the Art Gallery area.
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... nagging on our pert, Mads eventually agreed to. We spent the morning in California adventure, mostly because we had plans to go to the Aladdin show. Me and Mariah went on Mickey's fun wheel, and, the MOST thrilling and scary ride, Arial's Carousal! (We teased the others for a long time, not telling them what ride we'd done but saying things like "It was SO epic" and "I was screaming the whole time". They were guessing ...
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