First Timer's Guide To Laguna Beach

First Timer's Guide To Laguna Beach

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You're in Laguna Beach for the first time ever. You've got 72 hours and an appetite for everything. Where do you start? Here's the answer.

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    If you have not visited the Laguna Art Museum you must! Listed on OC Weekly's Best Art Museum of 2012, make sure to visit this years art exhibitions and activities! -- OC Weekly via Foursquare
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    Nice place to have a pizza ot gelato , i recommend ginas pizza -- Javier Cisneros via Foursquare
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    Seen dolphins today and pelican diving for one of them. Giant waves and the lifeguard helped me get my son out. Beautiful beach. -- Anya Higley via Foursquare
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    OC Wildlife & Beach Tours offer the experience of what our coastline has to offer right in our backyard! At the tide pools, you and your family can get the chance to view sea animals and marine life! -- OC Weekly via Foursquare
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    No bathrooms , go to the left of the ramp. Locals call police on you if your drinking -- Me Ha via Foursquare
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    My favorite beach by far in Laguna! if you're straight hopefully you're gay friendly... -- Beau Johnson via Foursquare
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    Such a beautiful place to go and relax, soak up the sun and listen to the beach's waves hitting the rocks. -- Jonathan Ramirez via Foursquare
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    Hands down, the most gorgeous beach I've ever been to. It's a small some-what private beach that's hidden behind the beautiful Montage Resort, so just keep an eye out for it, otherwise you will miss i -- Thao Do via Foursquare
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    A lovely beach in Laguna. Easy down but a long way up! NOT recommended for small children or people unfamiliar or uncomfortable with the ocean - big waves, strong tides/riptides and a steep drop-off. -- M W via Foursquare
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    The beach is peppered with wild architecture, some of it more tasteful than the rest. Check out this wild 2000 Leagues Under the Sea style home. -- Geoffroy Bablon via Foursquare
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    Swim and skim, skim to the left and swim on the right. Don't get in the way or wade in the water where people are skimming, and people won't skim where you swim. -- Michael Morales via Foursquare
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    The beach is good for families. Nice chairs along the beach to relax and enjoy reading. Wonderful sunsets. Parking is an issue always. -- Arben Dubova via Foursquare
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