Bahama Beach Club Apartments

Address: 3211 SE 6 Street, Pompano Beach, Florida, 33062, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 3211 SE 6 Street, Pompano Beach, is near Isle Casino & Racing at Pompano Park, Ocean Sands Spa, Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church, and Heliflite Too.
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      Back in the USA!

      A travel blog entry by lottyh on Apr 28, 2014

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      ... We listened to so many singers
      and performers including the Soweto Choir Group and the Soweto
      Quartet of South Africa.

      We have seen an abundance of sunsets
      and sunrises, and everyday was a delightful surprise one after the
      other. Our impressions weren't limited to wildlife and scenery. We
      bargained for souvenirs, shopped and hauled items to the ship. We

      Beginning my trip - read first

      A travel blog entry by rupking on Jun 14, 2013

      I needed to add this entry to tell anyone following us that the pictures being posted are limited at this point. I am using both my iPhone and camera to help document our trip, however, I cannot get my camera pictures transfered to something that can upload at the moment. When we figure that out, we will flood the blog with ...

      The Trip That Ends in Tragedy

      A travel blog entry by usatexan on Aug 07, 2012

      5 photos

      ... things to do for those that love water activities.

      I check into my hostel and get my room. The hostel is located in walking distance from the beach and has many shopping stores all around. This is my first experience in a hostel and I am anxious to see what it is like. I am in a room with two other guys and they are both personable and we have a long talk getting acquainted. I begin to meet the other guests at ...

      One Last Day in the Sun

      A travel blog entry by zolina on Feb 28, 2012

      11 photos

      ... lost. I officially no longer care about March Madness.

      But afterwards, we went back to the hotel and Derek found a nearby Cuban restaurant called Eva’s Bistro to go to for dinner. And it was wonderful. I’d never had Cuban food before. So we got a couple of sampler appetizers for everyone to share. I don’t remember what most of the food was called, but it was all really good. The most interesting was the fried green ...


      A travel blog entry by davidfleming on Sep 08, 2011

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      ... Boys are more susceptible to birth defects and developmental disabilities; they are more vulnerable in the womb, with more fetuses lost in miscarriage. As children, they are more easily stressed, which means they cry more when they are upset and have a harder time calming down. And they are more emotionally vulnerable to the ill effects of extreme lack of affection.

      Then, too, there is the documented fact that elderly men are much more likely to ...