David, send me a postcard again! So nice!

He said: “If you like I will retrace the history of the beautiful resort Laguna beach for U – but it’s not that easy, quite dark here right now: 3.55 am. I stay at the Laguna hotel on the beach and can’t sleep. I remember 2000 years ago an Indian tribe, the Ute-Aztecas, inhabited the canyon formations along California’s coast and named the area Lagonas, or “lakes,” after two fresh water lagoons. Today Laguna Beach is a resort town where locals and visitors stroll through the public park, explore tidepools and enjoy Pacific sunsets just as the Indians, Spaniards and artists have done in the past. Laguna’s attraction is best expressed on a famous gate built in 1935 that reads, “This gate hangs well and hinders none, refresh and rest, then travel on.”



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