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People who don't want to head over there can check out the manatees via the Manatee Cam that is posted at the lagoon.
After a year-and-a-half, the prisoners were executed by the Japanese -- but not before one managed to swim across the lagoon and scratch out the date that he and 97 other civilians were massacred.
To visit it, cross one of the two stone footbridges over the lagoon behind the Casino building in City Park (the building housing Morning Call).
Ice on those rinks, many of which are on lagoons, must be 6 inches before they can be opened for public skating.
During the winter, thousands of gray whales swim past on their way to the warm lagoons of Baja California.
Multiple dining options include fresh fish served at the lagoon-facing Sala Terrace.
The course, which carried lofty $500 greens fees, has closed permanently to make room for what will be the Wynn Paradise Park, a $1.5 billion project that will feature a hotel, lagoon, boardwalk and a beach.
Upon arrival, we were escorted to a lagoon, outfitted with life vests and led to a floating dock.
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