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Old 09-29-2004, 06:08 PM
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I haven't been to Lauderdale in a while, but I do remember Baja, Christopher, and Yesterdays. I know Shooters is still there, and probably Bahia Mar too. Ok, time to make some plans.
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I will definitely get in touch, I travel to Fl. every winter, last winter we hit the gulf coast and had a great time. I heard that the Atlantic was much better boating and I'm looking forward to going. Thanks for the info.

Im not knocking the area in Lauderdale, but you got to be nuts to think that the Atlantic has better boating than the Gulf. there must be a 10-1 ratio of bars and restuarants to stop at and places to anchor or beach the boat on the Gulf side than the Atlantic. Again, nothing at all wrong with the Atlantic, believe me, I love the area, but the boating doesnt compare

Get in touch with Steve and Bobby, You wont meet any nicer folks than them.


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By the way, all the spots mentioned are great spots to boat to. If a longer trip is desired, I would try Key Largo also
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Im not knocking the area in Lauderdale, but you got to be nuts to think that the Atlantic has better boating than the Gulf. there must be a 10-1 ratio of bars and restuarants to stop at and places to anchor or beach the boat on the Gulf side than the Atlantic. Again, nothing at all wrong with the Atlantic, believe me, I love the area, but the boating doesnt compare

Get in touch with Steve and Bobby, You wont meet any nicer folks than them.


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I think if you are looking to flat out RUN, the Atlantic is the place to do it.

The only time I was on the Gulf was to test a 96 Top Gun and it didn't impress us, neither the boat or the water . But hey, were into the big water runs

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I am sure that your post 'ny billy' is going to bring some good info on those old clubs.The 80's were great !! Joesphs is now a 4 story parking lot. I was never the type to hang at the others, I did park in from of the Mark 2100, but thats now called 'the palms'. The 3 go go's are gone. I am hanging at da 'Bada Bing'....
Hey thespy,

Those were some good times back then!

I'm pretty much up to speed on the local changes, down your way regularly. Shooters is a must, at least one visit when I'm down, even on a short stay, great crowd on the weekends and how about Houston's barbecue ribs, do I need to say more? Don't know da Bada Bing, is it a T T bar, where is it, what was it? I heard on Stern the other day, the Club Scores is comming to Lauderdale, don't know where, I'm sure it's going to be on Fed Hwy some where. Good talkin to ya!
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