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January 17, 2011

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glorious day

by Andrea O'Connell

I spent a lovely day in Miami yesterday.  A good friend of mine is a Bass player (the standing bass) and he got me and another friend tickets to see a wonderful performance of the music of Irving Berlin.

As I was sitting outside of the theatre, which is on the Intercoastal Waterway, I snapped this picture with my phone.

This is in Adventura, Miami. It is one of the many high-rise condo buildings – a virtual mountain of condos, in various shapes and sizes all sit clustered there.  So many people are crammed into these rich, almost opalescent places!

You can see how glorious the day was in this picture!  My dear friend and I sat out and looked at the water for about a half an hour before the show began.

It was so lovely.

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  1. weezie10
    Jan 17 2011

    Beautiful building, but I definately wouldn’t want to live there, but maybe a week’s vacation wouldn’t be bad. Do you think these are full or a lot for investment incomes. (ie: visitors rentals).???

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    • Jan 17 2011

      Hey Weezie. I wondered how many were actually lived in, too. And it did seem that a great many were occupied. Now is the “season” in Florida. We call them “snowbirds” they come and live in Florida for a few months to escape the bitter cold in the north. I don’t know how much money they sell for, but I imagine there are some floorplans that probably go for a million, since the location is so good – right on the intercoastal waterway and overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. I don’t know if I’d like living there, but I’d surely give it a go!

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