|HAULOVER BEACH - FLORIDA DECEMBER 1997|
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Haulover Beach, November 1997 I'm in the contract computer work business. The nature of such an animal is that often one works really hard to make a deadline, makes it to the end of the project and looks up to find they forgot to do their marketing and there's nothing in the pipe. That's what happened to me two weeks ago, and my friend Shelley was about to start a project was awaiting some gifs for the web site. So we decided to goof off to Haulover Beach, Florida. Haulover beach is one of the beaches in an area more generally known as Miami Beach. What it is more exactly, is one of the nicest, sandiest, friendliest beaches I have ever visited, and I've left footsteps on a few! The Detailed Report --------------------- Organizing the Trip and traveling We live near Toronto, so travel to just about anywhere in the world is absolutely no problem. With a few phone calls, JanC organized this trip for my friend and I. Travel Notes: This is not the high season in Florida. We found seats available on flights quite easily, and we had been recommended to the Ocean Palm resort at Haulover (they advertise in the naturist pubs). They had a ground floor oceanside room available. Canada 3000 is a 'charter' airline, flying out of Toronto. I don't know what 'charter' means, because they fly to Fort Lauderdale every day and you don't have to rent the whole plane. We flew down on a A320 (3 + 3 seating, very acceptable) and back on a B757 (3 + 3 seating, seemed a little more crowded). Cost was about $500C. Return ticket is good for 3 months and you can change at any time with a $100 ea. admin fee. Highly recommend Canada 300 even though return meal was awful. I'd recommend flying to FLL (fort Lauderdale). From wherever. Miami is reputedly a dangerous airport. If you rent a car there and ake a wrong turn, you're in trouble. Fort Lauderdale is probably as safe as any smaller city, by contrast, and it's about 25 min to the Haulover area. Haulover beach is in an area of the Miami Beach strip known as Sunny Isles. It goes something like this, north to south: Fort Lauderdale, Dania beach, Hollywood beach, Hallandale, Golden Beach, Ventura Beach, Sunny Isles, Haulover Beach, Miami Beach. All on the same golden strip of sand that blesses The United States east coast for a few thousand miles. These beaches are separated from the 'city' areas such as Miami by the IntraCoastal waterway, a navigable strip of water over which there are many bridges or causeways. The nearest causeway to the Ocean Palm is 826, next up after that is 859, but the easiest way by cab ($25) from FLL to Ocean Palm is to go out to the beach at Dania, right near the airport, and drive down A1A. As in most places, the cab drivers do not speak the local language. More on that later. We had reserved using a guaranteed late arrival by VISA and checked in without incident. The Hotel ---------- The 'Ocean Palm Resort Hotel' is a motel in most places. It's a two story walk-up with probably 30 rooms. Four face the ocean. In this area, all the properties on the beach have been chopped up so that they are long and narrow, so just about any building has only a few rooms facing the ocean. We liked our room. It was quite spacious. It had everything we needed. It was cheap by Miami beach standards. It is a short walk to the free beach. There's a pool right outside the room. There's a little 'balcony' where you can sit and read in the morning sun. Everyone here is very friendly. There is daily maid service. We called her 'Lysol lady' because that's what the room smelled like after her visit. Let me set your expectations a bit, however. This is a 'B' motel. Despite rumours to the contrary, it has not been remodeled. Our room had two double beds, and lots of room for them. It was about 14'x14'. Off the main room there was an open kitchenette featuring a gas stove, small fridge which couldn't quite make ice, microwave, and a sink. In the same area there is a closet. There are rooms without this 'efficiency' equipment. Off the main room there is a bathroom with toilet, pedestal sink and bathtub with shower. There is a free continental breakfast (coffee, tea, cream, milk, buns and toast, all you want) and trust me, that was great! In other words, everything you need. We had some lousy weather and decided not to move and chase better weather because we liked the room. That said, like most hotels, there were some things we did not like: The gas stove has a pilot light and stinks. We found out near the end of the stay that this is a common complaint and they would have turned it off had we asked. However, from other repeat visitors we learned that it was useful for heating up the room on a typical Florida winter evening. We actually did that once. There's no ice machine and the room fridge does not make ice. Reception will give you as much ice as you want in little trays, however. The bathroom is antique. I haven't seen faucet handles and shower heads like that since I ripped out the 50's bathroom in my parent's house 10 years ago. Wall tiles are green! Maybe it'll come in again. The water pressure is low and insufficient to get a thorough showering. Shelley has long hair and had trouble getting it washed. The water was brown once or twice. Although the water gets warm enough to shower with, you will never get it hot, and you will never need to turn on the cold water to reduce the heat. The owner said, aw, just let it run, it'll get hot. It didn't. The smoke alarm was in the TV table, uninstalled. It was hard to turn on the light beside the beds because the handle was broken off. The floor is nicely tiled, and there are no carpets or throw rugs or bath mats. The vertical blinds look nice but they don't hang tightly enough to keep the room from being bright all light from the security lights. This is a motel (all rooms face out to the cars) and the parking lot is insecure. The people in the room next to us had their GMC Yukon, all their money and stuff stolen while they were asleep. Apparently the individual had not turned the deadbolt and the thieves stole his Rolex from his nightstand beside his head! The parking lot is not secured or patrolled like many other hotels. There is a security gate to keep casual traffic from going from the parking lot to the pool and vice-versa, and another to keep people from going from the pool area to the beach and vice-versa. These gates are more necessary because everywhere on the beach, it is very difficult to get to the beach from the road. The paucity of public access makes it difficult for people who stay on the other side of the road to get to the beach. We had a key, of course. There are helicopter patrols up and down the beach, day and night. Sirens, day and night. Beach patrols in 4x4, day and night. If you walk down to the beach at night, don't go far. Shelley felt comfortable going topless everywhere at the pool and on the beach. The Day's Inn Next door is the only place that has any kind of a bar/restaurant, and it is very expensive. Since we at no time saw other women going topless, we asked about it and they said no problem. The pool area at Ocean Palm is clothing optional at night and we saw other people discreetly using the pool at night. We went in nude a few times, but every night it was too cold or windy to walk around without clothes. I can assume in the spring that when many naturist groups book out the place, the scene is quite different. The pool was heated to about 80F. One guy asked to have it turned up (it was too cold to stay in long, and there is no hot tub) and the owner said he was thinking of turning it down! Oh well. One must dress (topless ok) to walk to the beach because the free beach is about a ten minute walk down the sand. This may seem like a simple statement but is almost the whole reason to stay at Ocean Palm. It's so simple to grab your stuff, put on your bottoms and walk to the snowfence, take off your bottoms, and then walk to a suitable spot on the beach! No car, no parking, no hassle. The Daily Review ------------------- Monday November 24 I like it when planes leave Toronto at a reasonable hour. This one was in the afternoon. The price is you still use a day of holidays and don't really get anywhere. Florida is in the same time zone as Toronto. It's dark at 5:30pm there, too. The airport was uneventful. We picked up our tickets from the Signature tours booth (recommended, no screwups, nice people). We checked in so early that the Canada 3000 people had to come over and check us in, then return to more immediate flights, but they did so. Note that this results in your luggage being on the bottom and coming out last. And somewhat smaller than when you checked it. At Fort Lauderdale airport, we could not find any such thing as a shuttle to the beach. I wouldn't bother looking for it. It hindsight, renting a car ahead of time would have been a better option because the price of a limo to the hotel is about equal to a day's rental of a car. Our sudden decision to travel resulted in us not being able to find a reservation or a deal. In future, I would call InterAmerican. Anyhow, there's quite the confusion at the ground transportation area on the main floor. Turns out there are cabs, and limos. Gee, how rare. When you sign up for a limo, at the booth, what the guy is actually trying to do is to match you up with others that want to go to the same area. Forget it. Ocean Palm and Haulover is far enough away that they don't even know for sure where you want to go. They will also offer you a limo as a 'single' but the price is daunting. In other words, the limo price posted on the sign looks better than the cab price because it is the 'sharing' price. Find the guy with the 'Yellow Cab' logo on his hat and he will call you down a cab. You are going to Haulover beach. If they have not heard of that, try saying 'Sunny Isles'. Failing that, you want to get to 826 and A1A north of Miami Beach. Dade County. 15795 Collins Avenue (which is also A1A). Cost, about $25 + tip. Check-in at the hotel is fairly simple. Most everyone around here is a native Spanish-speaking person, people at the desk included. However, they have good English. At check-in they will ask for $20 for the phone as a deposit if you want it turned on. Local calls $0.25 and they are really protecting themselves against your long distance charges. They will also ask you for a $10 key deposit and give you two keys, one for your room, and one for the two gates you need to get through to get to the beach. I didn't ask for a second key, but they have them. If you have a car, ask for the parking permit (no charge) which must be displayed on your dash so they won't tow you away. Parking is very tight, and the parking area on both sides is very small. It was windy and cold so we took a quick walk to the edge of the crashing surf and then we walked up the road to Miami Subs at 826. Miami subs is excellent, and excellent value. They offer pitas, subs, Greek salads etc. and we ate there many times. Don't walk there at night. A really cute black kitty had introduced himself, so Shelley had to get some cat food and we stopped at the Ocean Market. It's close but kind of crappy. I got some beer! Tuesday November 25 We woke up to a cold rainy day. I went to the front desk and organized a car rental. Let me give you some pointers. They will probably get you a car from InterAmerican Car rentals. They will probably tell you the car is $20/day. They will ask you for a $30 cash deposit at the hotel counter, with the implication that it will be credited to your rental. Later, that turns into their 'commission' and you can't get it back. And if you're not watching, your car turns into $27/day plus insurance. Also, when you ask for an economy car, insist on getting one with a trunk. You need to be able to walk away from your car with the confidence that thieves cannot determine that there is useful stuff in your car (they tried to give me a hatchback). They'll pick you up and drive you to the car rental place. Worked out ok. We drove up to Hollywood beach, not far north. It's much more touristy, shops to browse in and beach side restaurants to eat in. We went back there several times. There's a main square with entertainment. Much of everything is in French due to the huge French-Canadian population all winter. I wanted a steak for dinner and somehow we were directed to Ruth's Chris steak house (beside Shooter's, first plaza to the right on 826 when you go over the bridge from the hotel towards US1). Despite advertising steak and seafood, they offered only shark and tuna as seafood so Shelley was disappointed. I had an excellent steak and the meal cost me about a whole mortgage payment. Note that we did not even GO to the beach this day. Wednesday November 26 Cloudy but warmer. Dropping into a restful pattern of waking up, opening the vertical to do a weather check, pulling on enough clothes to go and get buns coffee tea and (from a box beside the road) a copy of today's Miami Herald. Walked down to the free beach. Very cloudy but the big problem is it is way too windy. The beach was almost empty. We slept a lot. Got in the car and drove down to South Beach, the Art deco district and all that. I wanted to find the WebCam (www.video-monitoring.com) that I always check to see what's happening on the beach. I found it right beside Penrod's, where we had an acceptable meal on the second deck overlooking the beach. Hint, park at Penrod's valet parking, $7, and they give you a five dollar credit for your meal. Otherwise you have to run and feed a meter if you can find one. It was really dead there. We looked around the Art deco district, drove up Ocean drive (much more busy) and then back to the hotel. Watched Seinfeld reruns then went out. Found a place called Sharpshooters in the HYDE MARKET plaza on the west side of A1A not far up from 826. Got a pizza from Pizza Hut next door (by the way they will deliver to your hotel) and took it into SharpShooter's where we shot pool for hours. Just like home! Shelley got Po'ed because she usually beats me quite handily but for some reason I was doing really well. Beer $1.50 for the first, $1.00 refills. Had to behave myself because I forgot to register Shelley as a second driver on the rental car. Too cold to walk on the beach. Beginning to realize that tomorrow is Thanksgiving day in the US. And it's a really big deal. It's also the shotgun start to the US Christmas shopping season. Wow. What a cultural tidbit. In Canada, we have Thanksgiving in October, and salute it with a whole lot less football and sucky family stuff. And in Canada we just drift into the Christmas season without the shotgun start. This sort of limits your options, too. the weather is still bad. But where are you gonna go on the biggest travel day the US has all year. Besides, we like the room and know we won't match it. Thursday November 27 Thanksgiving day. Weather finally broke quite a bit. Wind still at 50mph, but it turns out that's what keeping this place warm (the ocean's warmer than the land). Went to Haulover Beach for the first time. At 10:30 am there were crowds! Of course, it's a holiday. We're were saluted at the entrance by one male individual who stood right at the beach end of the snow fence with, well, you know, a full salute on. Turns out the north end of the beach from the fence south to the first life guard station (27) is more gay than not. Past the station 27, there's lots more people, and many more couples and women. Much better female/male balance than many places I have been. We stayed on the beach till 1 p.m., but the wind wears you down , chilling your exposed flesh. We were also bone white, so much more sun (which you get through the clouds anyway) was probably not too wise so we wandered back to the Day's Inn next to the Ocean Palm. It's not Lady Di's bar anymore, it's the Day's Inn Tiki Bar. Lady Di is gone, and Dianne is also gone. The bartender said Dianne quit in August. Shelley and I sat topless at the Tiki Bar and at a table in the sun. This was the sunniest part of the day, while e sat there and ate, and we both ended up with tan lines. Damn. Helped Day's Inn with their bottom line. $24U for a hamburger/fries, 21piece shrimp/fries and 1 beer. Didn't eat there much. We got too much sun. If we had known it was going away again, we might have opted for more. A number of restaurants we had been recommended to were closed for Thanksgiving. We ended up eating at a place called Thai Sushi right on 826 across from Miami Subs. It was very slow, they ran out of many ingredients (apparently they didn't know it was going to be Thanksgiving) and we're still wondering if our waiter even HAD a native language. One couple waited 1/2 hour for the incompetent idiot to even bring their menus. They ran out of rice. And some of the customers were loud and ignorant. (not us, we're all sweetness and light). Yeah. All in all, not a bad day. Starting to believe maybe this was a good idea. Friday November 28 Same pattern. Somewhat sunny but way too cold and windy to go to the beach. From the hotel beach you can see that there are many diehards there anyway. At the pool area at the Ocean Palm, there are free chaise lounges, and the wind is quite broken. Despite the necessity to wear bathing suit bottoms, we were happy to stay right there outside our room. Ventured another burger at Day's Inn Tiki. Drank my own beer, kept it to $7.00U. No one staying at this hotel speaks English. Spanish, Russian, Dutch, German. The Ocean Palm's most precious antique is an old black fellow, skinny and bent at the waist, a million years old, who is the handyman/security guard/pool boy/whatever. He spends most of every day dragging pool chairs around on the concrete (sounds a lot like fingernails on the blackboard) and using an electric drill intermittently (if he used it constantly, it wouldn't have wakened me up from my, ahem, 'reading'). Next door, at the Ramada's millennium reconstruction project (in the second year now), one fellow entertains us by using a hammer drill to chip away at the swimming pool. Out on the road, Dade county reminds us where we are with constant helicopter overflights and sirens. Not surprisingly, jumped in the car and drove up to Hollywood beach, where we putted around in the late afternoon. Had snacks at Nick's grill on the beach (it has a door and walls and everything, unlike the other beach restaurants, so we were able to get out of the wind a bit). They have an ATM which is turning out to be crucial. On a whim, stopped at Billy's Stone Crab restaurant on the A1A right in Hollywood Beach. Parked easily, walked in, took the elevator to the restaurant on the second floor and were immediately escorted to a table right at the window overlooking the Intracoastal. Excellent Meal. Recommended. Shelley had scallops, I had stone crab. We shared, both meals were excellent. Great finish to the day. Saturday November 29 Lousy weather. Raining. Somehow we decided to go to Aventura Mall (US 1, north of Hollywood). We had forgotten that the day after Thanksgiving was the busiest shopping day of the year n the US. But we were at the mall by 10am and got a good parking spot. Chatted with a lady cop on a horse (they patrol the hell out of the parking lots to keep order and also because it's the number one or two theft and shoplifting and pickpocket day). Nice horse. A paint. Checked out Macy's (whew! expensive!) JC Penney's and a few other stores. Shelley bought some Christmas stuff for her nephews. We hit a game store and bought a backgammon board (hey, there's only so many things you can do trapped in a room), some good Canadian rye. Had lunch at Chili's on US1 nearby. In the process we also located PF Chang's and Houston's, two other restaurants recommended to us that we did not try. Chili's has, well, chili. and Pseudo Mexican stuff. It was pretty good, and extremely busy. Downpours. Soaked getting to car from Chili's door. Stopped at Pizza Hut, bought a pizza for later. Played backgammon, got drunk, ate pizza, etc., watched the Miami crime channel. Crashed. Sunday November 30 Now this is what we are here for! Beautiful day. Hit Haulover beach by 10am. Crowd has to be in the thousands. Breeze a whole bunch more gentle. Quite an international crowd. We parked just past life station 27, only to find that is where most of the regulars go. Look for Larry, the unofficial dean or mayor of the beach. He hauls his stuff to the beach in a cat, and has a tall flagpole with a flag displaying what looks like a soccer ball on it. Larry is at the beach EVERY day. In that vicinity you will meet Scott, Debbie, Carol, John, Marty, Keith and other regulars who also have quite a bit to do with the South Florida Free beaches. This is where I learned to refer to Haulover as a 'free' beach, not a 'nude' beach. Hey, clothing is optional. Scott says the beach holds 5000, and I believe him. The non-free section is still virtually unused. Today there are maybe 1500, 2000 people. At 5000, you're virtually blanket to blanket. There's an impromptu volleyball game going on constantly, males and females. Some jerk in a straw hat and a blue bathing suit squats beside Shelley and stares. She ignored him, as did I. After a while I got up and stood and stared at him, and he moved off. Larry would help you out as would the others if you have a problem. It's really rare. Later Shelley told me the guy was winking at her and stuff. Jerk. That's my department. Well, I don't wink at her anymore. Well, sometimes. Lots of people walk down the beach clothed. No one cares. The walkover from the beach path on the other side of the dunes is marked 'No Loitering' but still some jerks, sometimes with cameras, hang about. Larry is parked right there and jumps on them pretty quickly. On the other side of the walkover is a concrete buildings with clean flush toilets and urinals and sinks. There are also showers to help you get the salt off if you have been swimming (many did). A concession stand sells sodas (that's American for pop) for $1.00 and hot dogs and the like for $1.75 plus nachos etc. They are also the guys who have a pile of chaise lounges on the beach ($3/day) and umbrellas ($5/day). Under life guard stand 27 there is a beach wheelchair. If you require it, make sure this is the walkover you come to (it's the most northerly), wheel over in your chair (no steps) and get Larry or someone to attract the lifeguard's attention. They will help you into the beach wheelchair (huge yellow plastic wheels) and stash your chair for you). Friendly people, they will make you feel welcome. Ah, this is the beach they talked about. We fried ourselves quite deliberately. This beach is almost a 10. Planes dragging banners down the beach; one says 'Prince Hamlet all you can eat steak and seafood'. Don't go there. It's a tourist trap. Broken down building, lousy buffet, shrimp so bad Shelley's discards them. Steaks on the buffet are tough and not appealing. I ordered prime rib off the menu and it was acceptable but the whole thing was a lousy experience. We noticed our waiter jumping into his Mercedes after we left. They're doing ok. Met a guy from Atlanta that night in the pool (yes, it was actually warm enough to swim for once). The three of us played some backgammon. All in all, this day almost makes up for the whole week of crap. Monday December 1 Another excellent day. To the beach at 10am till 2:30. Talked to Larry a bit, who is wearing a Santa hat and being generally gregarious. Marty shows up again, something about he's got all his work done for the day. Larry will give you a free massage, at a sufficient distance from the lifeguard stand to avoid a recurrence of being thrown off the beach. Not sure what that story is about. Another excellent day. Even read some of my book. Quite fewer people. Went down to Curry's in Miami beach with our Atlanta friend. Curry's is an old style, wide, high ceiling, fans, etc. kind of restaurant way south of the Ocean Palm but owned by the same guy. The Ocean Palm gives you a coupon which entitles everyone at the table to a free glass of beer or wine. I drank all three (they gave me Buds). So the meal was good value although not remarkable. While you're driving around on A1A, try and guess how many thousand apartment buildings there are on the strip. How many are being built. Multiply by your guess as to how many apartments there are in each building. Wonder aloud why there are so few tourist amenities. Conclude that most people here are senior, move here for the winter, and eat at home. Conclude further that any group of ten or more of them could offer to pay off the national debt. Conclude further that you are not in the group. Tuesday December 2 Our last day. No sobs. I'm tired of this place. Got an urge to get a greasy breakfast, so we jump into the car and find a Denny's just up A1A. Note helicopters circling the building. 5 of them. Note cops all over the place. Note that the bank next door has just been held up at gunpoint; one guy gets arrested at scene; another jumps into intracoastal and swims ashore after a cop yells 'Sharks!". Third guy commandeers car at gunpoint (this could have been us) and makes it back to Liberty City and disappears. Another crash on Intracoastal. This time a local cardiologist manages to drive the family boat into a ferry in broad daylight. His wife is killed. Last week two guys in a speedboat slice another boat in half killing six. Another couple of domestic murders. There is a news channel, 7, here that runs continuously and just had to be the model for 'COPS' or other shows of that genre. Except that this one is live, cameramen running around, cameras live at boat crashes, woman falls out of plane into planter, helicopter cams on robberies. Hit the beach from 12:00 to 3:00. It was perfect. Weather then turned abruptly cold and windy. Dinner this night was the best yet. Siam River is a Thai/sushi restaurant in the second plaza over the 826 bridge (keep right going over the intracoastal but exit at the light, not the first plaza). We sat at the sushi bar, where they have little wooden boats flowing around and you select off the boats whatever you want to eat, a plate at a time. the size of the plate determines the price. Excellent value. Will scan and post their menu and pictures. 10/10. Couldn't have been better unless it were free. Wednesday December 3 Our plane doesn't leave FLL till 6 p.m., so I had asked for a late checkout (12:30). We sat out a bit then packed up and left. We went up to Hollywood beach, again, and had pitas at the Greek place (the guys out front who hawks away trying to get you into the restaurant is a bit annoying and we refused to go there the first time because of him... you know him, you've met him at every exhibition or fair, he's your best friend, come on in) but it as acceptable. Pitas and beer. The US surgeon general has ordered tobacco companies to stop selling and giving away paraphernalia that has the cigarette logos on it (Joe Camel etc) but Shelley has been collecting Camel stuff for years and giving it to her twin brother (he's a smoker anyway). She dragged me into a small convenience store and literally charmed and suckered the clerk into selling them the Camel clock off the wall. All without removing any articles of clothing, as she put it. So then we have to repack everything so we can carry this huge thing on the plane. Good thing we had left spare time. The InterAmerican car rental is hard to find, north of the airport, not near Hertz, which we visited, nearer Alamo. Make sure you constantly inspect your car, when you get it (I had made them note some damage) and all the time you have it. Only if you file a police report will their insurance cover the damages. We didn't have any, just mentioning it. We killed three hours at the airport then flew home to rain and cold. About the same as we left. The flight was unremarkable except for the lousiest meal I have had on a plane in years. So damn hungry I ate it anyway. Will separately post some pictures and menus etc. The summary (same as my overview note): The Beach ------------ It's well worth a visit. The South Florida Free Beaches people have done an excellent job in getting the beach to where it is. Where it is, is that the government has designated about a mile of the beach as a free beach. It's sandy, wide, secure, friendly and wonderful. There seems to be very little trouble with the whole thing. The beach has quite a tourist contingent, and quite a regular gang. Up to 5000 people will be found on the beach on a good weekend. On U.S. Thanksgiving day (Nov 27) it was about 80 degrees F and the wind had dropped for the first time in a few days, and the beach was populated with about 1500 people. The non-free sections of the beach were virtually unused during our visit. We would recommend staying where we did, at the Ocean Palm motel. It is right on the beach. Most of the rooms face the parking lots of the Days Inn and the Ramada, but there are four oceanside rooms which are bigger if you can get them. This motel is value-priced, meaning it is not an 'A' motel. But it is clean and acceptable. It and the Days Inn are the closest to the free beach. The Ramada is not yet open as it undergoing reconstruction and looks like it always will be! There's little interesting to do in the Haulover Beach area. This is an area of high growth of high-rise expensive condos. Don't expect to find much in the way of tourist amenities without a car. In fact, you should not visit here without a car. Security in the area is frankly a concern. The weather was very iffy and contributed to me having only a fair time. There were many days when it was too cold and/or windy to go to the beach. This is conceivably the worst of the winter for them, but with the El Nino effect this year they don't know what to expect. Most evenings were very cold, and when we left the prediction was for low 40s. For the daytime. What actually happened was that it rained so much the day after we left that they were unable to set up for the Rolling Stones in the Orange Bowl. Hey, we didn't see any snow. That all said, my friend loved the trip. I just wanted perfection! Beach: 9/10 Hotel: 6/10 Area: 3/10
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