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Gary A Laff, Attorney at Law  

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3435 Wilshire Blvd Ste 2160
Los Angeles, CA 90010
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Raging Waters

Raging Waters

Go to California's largest water park, Raging Waters, for fun in the sun. Located in the San Gabriel Valley, Raging Waters offers a fun-filled day of water activities and recreation for the whole family. Cool off on one of the 36 slides and water attractions, or just relax and soak in the rays at the sand beach. Younger guests will love the Kids' Kingdom and Splash Island.

(909) 802-2200
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Arroyo Seco Golf Course

Arroyo Seco Golf Course

Consistently ranked one of the top par-3 courses in Southern California, Arroyo Seco Golf Course creates a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere for golfers. Beautiful magnolias, sycamores and palms line the narrow fairways, with a lovely pond and winding creek adding to the luscious scene. Beware the water hazards as you play these 18-holes.

(323) 255-1506
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Hollywood Bed & Breakfast

Hollywood Bed & Breakfast

Spend a glamorous night (or two or three) at the Hollywood Bed & Breakfast. Located next to Hollywood Boulevard, this quirky bed and breakfast is within walking distance of several LA attractions, including Sunset Strip, Grauman's Chinese Theatre and several world-class restaurants. Guests at this three room B&B have full access to the parlor, dining room, kitchen, screening room and pool.

(323) 874-8017
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Paramount Ranch

Paramount Ranch

Once owned by Paramount Studios, Paramount Ranch hosted a number of large-scale sets featured in movies and television shows dating from the golden age of cinema in 1927 to the final episode of Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman in 1997. The majority of the sets have since been removed, but the set of a western town remains intact for visitors.

(805) 370-2300
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