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#1 KERIPRINTS

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Posted 14 November 2014 - 08:50 AM

Since the Superdraft has been scheduled for Mills Pond in Wilton Manors, TME has decided to inform the 'peoples' about what to see, what to eat and where to entertain while visiting gorgeous, provocative and multi-culinary Greater Miami. What to see: Well, the list is long so start by taking a trip to South Beach, the Florida Keys, the Port of Miami where the most ships leave for destinations thru out the world, the Everglades, Calle Ocho, Hialeah Racetrack and many more. Where to party: Start with Club Liv at the famous Fountainblue Hotel in Miami Beach, Mansion, Nikki Beach, etc., etc., etc. Where to eat: On Commercial Blvd. east of US1 ( Federal Hwy. ), you will find good restaurants from German to Portuguese to Italian to Greek and more. If you want the famous stone crabs, then Joe's in South Beach is the place, be prepared to wait 3 hours for a table unless you can part with a 50 spot for the assistant waiter which in that case you will have a table in about 20 minutes. But you can't leave South Florida without Latin food so if you are in the mood for Caribbean, then go to authentic Cuban, Dominican or Puerto Rican restaurants ( Jamaican food is FAKE Caribbean ), maybe some Argentinian, Venezuelan, Colombian, Peruvian, Nicaraguan, Brazilian and just every other cuisine from Latin America is served here but you have to enter the 305. Where to find adult entertainment: Well, we are very spoiled down here, full nudity and liquor can be found at White strip joints in Broward and Palm Beach, Latin strip joints in West Miami-Dade and Hialeah, and Black strip joints in Northeast Miami, you decide what you want to...................... There is also a place for ladies but I am not too familiar with that:D, maybe some of the local women can jump in here and advice. If I can help with any info, just ask. TME and it's affiliates wish that your time in South Florida is a great one and hope to see you back.

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Posted 14 November 2014 - 09:16 AM

Local bail bonds?

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Posted 14 November 2014 - 09:26 AM

Local bail bonds?


Not for me, for uh uh uh a friend of mine.

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Posted 14 November 2014 - 09:37 AM

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Posted 14 November 2014 - 09:56 AM

Jeff Whitman at 786-285-1300
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Posted 14 November 2014 - 09:56 AM

thanks for the love........

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Posted 15 November 2014 - 05:59 PM

Hey I am getting ready to move to Homestead from south Texas and really want to continue playing. How big is slowpitch in south florida? I really need to find a team.




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