Laguna Beach Inn
Travel Blogs from Laguna Beach
We weren't quite ready to leave the States yet and since we hadn't seen much of southern California we decided to postpone our flight to South America and spend a few days in Southern California. The plan was to slowly make our making our way down to California's most southern city, San Diego before heading back to LA then to South America. Not …
... is one month younger than Ollie, a fussy eater and was wearing almost the same hoody as Ollie. I think we're all going to get on ok.
Our tour guide and driver (Ryan) is very American, lively, friendly and currently trying to get us into country music.
... prom dresses, which will make you stand out at the party and add confidence and elegance to you. Every young person imagines being the best looking and best dressed one at the prom, and usually they get their wish: they all look wonderful. But most young men haven't thought about prom nearly as much as ...
... diner with great music and great food (The Cherry Coke's are delish). The beach at the pier is wonderful, but can get crowded during the summer so get there early. The sunset is amazing, as you can see from my photos. Huntington Beach is a great beach to take your dogs to, and is a well known surfing spot. It is a lovely beach, with a great pier and plenty of places to shop, eat, and get a drink. Laguna Nigel is a ...
... tree lined streets with numerous surf board toting people crossing in front of a moving motorcycle (me). Joggers running along the foot paths. LA's fine the sunshines most the time, and the feeling is laid back ... Then the tone of areas started to change; my first clue was motels that looked like their rooms would be rented by the hour. Passing through the Port of Los Angeles area it became quite congested, stinky and loud (trucks, ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed