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  • Mott 2:18 AM on October 9, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Halladale Beach Club, Hallandale Beach, The Beach Club   

    The Beach Club • Hallandale Beach • Luxury Lifestyle Amenities 

    Wherever you go, go with all your heart. – Confucius ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

     

    Brand new. Perhaps once in a lifetime you are given a chance to re-define not just your lifestyle, but life itself. The Beach Club is just such a place that can be a catalyst for the new you. A luxury condominium residence that sits on nine acres of pristine oceanfront property. A place that includes resort amenities never before available in an oceanfront condominium. A home that will suddenly make you aware of all the things you had been missing…until now. The Beach Club consists of 3 the tallest towers in Florida with magnificent views of the Atlantic Ocean and the city. The project is nestled between Miami Beach and Fort Lauderdale providing access to the very best restaurants, activities, and shopping that Southeast Florida has to offer.

    THE BEACH CLUB • HALLANDALE BEACH

    1800 So. Ocean Drive | 1830 So. Ocean Drive | 1850 So. Ocean Drive

    Hallandale Beach, Florida 33009

    Spa Services & Treatment Rooms   Top of the Line Cardiovascular   Free Weight Equipment  

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Tower II Key Plan Click Here for Floor Plans   

     

     

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    Towers I & III Key Plans click here for the floorplans    Towers I & III Key Plans click for Floor Plans

     

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    The Beach Club Hallandale Condominiums For Sale For Rent Hallandale Beach, Florida

     

     
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    • Harold Gardner 10:54 AM on December 14, 2012 Permalink | Reply

      Sounds completely spectacular!

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    • greatpoetrymhf 12:32 AM on October 17, 2014 Permalink | Reply

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  • Mott 2:31 PM on August 3, 2015 Permalink | Reply  

    August 3, 2015 – NATIONAL WATERMELON DAY – NATIONAL GRAB SOME NUTS DAY 

    Mott:

    Stop by our fb page; #SoBeLive – All about Fast Cars, Beaches, Babes, Boobs and Bikinis 👉🏻 http://www.fb.com/SoBeLiveIT

    Originally posted on National Day Calendar:

    National Watermelon Day - August 3 National Watermelon Day – August 3

    NATIONAL WATERMELON DAY

    National Watermelon Day is observed annually on August 3rd.  Watermelon is a fruit enjoyed by many and is a favorite of summertime events such as picnics and fairs.  Watermelon is 92% water, which is why it is so refreshing.

    Watermelon is a vine-like flowering plant originally from southern Africa. Its fruit, which is also called watermelon, is a special kind referred to by botanists as a pepo, a berry which has a thick rind (exocarp) and fleshy center (mesocarp and endocarp). Pepos are derived from an inferior ovary, and are characteristic of the Cucurbitaceae. The watermelon fruit, loosely considered a type of melon – although not in the genus Cucumis – has a smooth exterior rind (usually green with dark green stripes or yellow spots) and a juicy, sweet interior flesh (usually deep red to pink, but sometimes orange, yellow, or…

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  • Mott 11:09 AM on July 28, 2015 Permalink | Reply  

    Investment opportunity to help many 

    Mott:

    Stop by our fb page; #SoBeLive – All about Fast Cars, Beaches, Babes, Boobs and Bikinis 👉🏻 http://www.fb.com/SoBeLiveIT

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  • Mott 9:29 PM on July 25, 2015 Permalink | Reply  

    Great Leadership Matters in Any Business.

     
  • Mott 2:02 PM on July 21, 2015 Permalink | Reply  

    A wink, a nod and a smile to you 

    Originally posted on Empirical Leanings:


    It’s not often that I am on a bus these days where the passengers thank the driver. This morning I happen to be sitting on the bus to Toronto Airport when after the bus driver’s welcome announcement, the entire bus of about 20 people, unexpected by me, let loose with a chorus of “thank you”.

    Why, you ask, is this even worthy of writing about? We live in a world where people are doing things for us all the time whether it be bus drivers driving us, mall workers and toilet attendants in public spaces, ticket sellers, construction crews and more. Unless we are dealing with someone one-on-one, like a cab driver, we rarely acknowledge their work and how they impact our lives positively.

    Our societies are like busy ant hives. Every single person’s individual job keeps our cities and communities humming, and while we know that everything everyone does is…

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  • Mott 12:32 PM on July 18, 2015 Permalink | Reply  

    Is It Really Harder to Say? 

    Originally posted on Make It Your Problem:

    I love you, the three words that can mean so much but take so much to say.  There is great reward in saying it but there is also great risk. What if it is rejected? What if it is not reciprocated? What if they hurt me? Maybe the words aren’t hard to say. Maybe the response is scary.  Maybe we aren’t anxious about our feelings but uncertain about someone else’s. The only advice I have; if you feel it say it.

    The three words I was thinking about in the post title were ” I trust you”. These may be difficult because we may never be 100% sure of what we mean or expect. I have been cared for by people I would never trust and betrayed by people I thought I could trust and hurt by people I do trust. Every day it gets more difficult to trust. Politicians…

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  • Mott 1:45 PM on June 18, 2015 Permalink | Reply  

    If only I had known how to save my butt! 

    Originally posted on Green Elk Blog:

    5 beginner road cycling lessons I had to learn the hard way.

    My trusted steed My trusted steed

    This week I completed my first ever 60km ride on my road bike. While my butt was sore from from being in the saddle for a few hours (2 hours and 48 mins to be exact), it was nowhere near the level of pain I experienced after I went on my first few one-hour rides. Come with me on a quick journey of the many lessons I learned by experiencing road cycling as a first timer.

    There is one fundamental lesson before we get started for any beginner, anywhere: Ask questions. A lot. If it wasn’t for my friend Ed McNally who helped me choose the bike and then walked me through it all, I do not think I would ever have started. Everything I write is likely incredibly, mind-bogglingly obvious. I am not ashamed to admit…

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  • Mott 10:36 AM on June 8, 2015 Permalink | Reply  

    A Canary to Tweet About 

    Mott:

    Thanks Teri for this wonderful post and lottery! Let the best cat win!

    Originally posted on Stories, Social media & tech:

    Canary blends  in with almost any environmentCanary blends in with almost any environment

    A few weeks ago Verizon sent me a Canary. Not the type that eats birdseed, but a handsomely designed home security system that you control from your smart phone.

    The first time I set it up at our house, it was a snap and took fewer than 10 minutes—a very different Canary appexperience from the Belkin Netcam HD Camera  we’ve been using at our store, Alki Surf Shop  in West Seattle. By simply connecting a cable between the Canary and the headphone jack of my iPhone, then following the prompts on the Canary app, it was super easy to get it up and running.

    When I moved the Canary to our store, it was a different story. I was unable to get it to work because of the Comcast firewall in place there. It was disappointing because the Canary has so many…

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  • Mott 11:13 AM on May 28, 2015 Permalink | Reply  

    Panoramic Newfoundland 

    Originally posted on Empirical Leanings:

    There’s nothing like staring out over the ocean in Newfoundland.  Oftentimes, it is a stark landscape of sea-battered rocks, salt spray stinging your face and a fierce wind howling around your ears. On rare occasions the fog bank that hovers menacingly to the east gets pushed even farther out to sea and blue sky shines bright. On these same occasions, it’s not uncommon to have gusts so hard that you can lean 45 degrees into the wind.

    This past week, I was back home in Newfoundland and it was a rare sunny, clear and windy affair. I had wanted to experiment with some panoramas using my iPhone and am happy to post the results!

    Please note, none of these have been modified in any way.

    Cuckolds Cove, St. John's NL Cuckolds Cove, St. John’s NL

    Cuckolds Cove, St. John's NL Cuckolds Cove, St. John’s NL

    Cape Spear, NL Cape Spear, NL

    Cape Spear, NL Cape Spear, NL

    Cape Spear, NL Cape Spear, NL

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  • Mott 2:47 PM on April 17, 2015 Permalink | Reply  

    Suffered a #Klout Rout? Don’t Pout. 

    Don’t Pout…

     
  • Mott 11:28 AM on April 11, 2015 Permalink | Reply  

    To Have a Friend YOU Need to be a Friend.

     
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