Hollywood Sands Resort

Address: 2404 N. Surf Road, Hollywood, Florida, 33019, United States | Condo
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This condo, located on 2404 N. Surf Road, Hollywood, is near Hollywood Beach, Anne Kolb Nature Center, Hollywood North Beach Park, and Art and Culture Center of Hollywood.
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      A travel blog entry by aasept13 on Sep 17, 2013

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      ... and into Biscayne Bay. Saw birds and fish, some crabs and a raccoon. We paddled out to a small island and had a swim before paddling back. Unfortunately it was too warm for the dolphins and manatees, but we both got a lovely tan. Paddling back to the kayak site, we had to go through a narrow gap in the mangrove trees, there were huge terrifying yuck ...


      A travel blog entry by captain-slog on Apr 05, 2012

      ... on the rocks and then relies on his Zimmer’s memory to get him back to his cabin! Oh yes, he also eats peanuts and then detaches his false teeth from his gums and sorts out all those annoying little pieces of leftover nut. I found myself watching, fascinated at the way he never actually spat his teeth out, defying the laws of gravity.

      By the way, as if you hadn’t guessed, some names have been changed to protect the innocent!


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      A travel blog entry by srodoquino on Dec 09, 2011

      ... Inc. and the new projects of non-profit rocketgroups Romanian ARCASPACE since 1999, Danish Copenhagen Suborbitals since 2008). Most are proposing vehicles that make suborbital flights peaking at an altitude of 100-160 ...


      A travel blog entry by davidfleming on Sep 23, 2011


      The following memoirs came from the New York Times Bestseller, "SIX WORD MEMOIRS" provided by writers, famous and obscure. Since I am writing a memoir I decided it was appropriate to include my favorites and make comments if I so choose.

      Perpetual work in progress needs editor.

      It was worth it I think?

      Ageing ...


      A travel blog entry by davidfleming on Aug 30, 2011

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      ... energy, unlike I had never seen out fishing.

      The heavy line is burning thru my hands from the rotational spin of this reptile causing it to approach a near vertical position--- spinning and banging as it rose upwards toward me.

      I used the remaining several feet I had left to take a wrap around the metal railing above the roof, as the gator spins its self into an immovable position.

      Still no cars have driven by to witness this, but the ...