Japanese Swimming Pool At The Castaways Resort Motel In Miami Beach Florida
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Japanese Swimming Pool At The Castaways Resort Motel In Miami Beach Florida:
The Castaways Resort Motel in Miami Beach, Florida Views of Olympic Sized Japanese Pool on Unused Unique Postcard - Measures 3 1/2 x 9 Inches PLEASE carefully read description, conditions, cost, shipping and handling policy (especially on combining multiple purchases) and ACCEPT this policy BEFORE you offer. Your offer is an acceptance of these and following terms and conditions. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact me before you offer. Thank you for your interest.“I strive to deliver 5-star customer service” "Your offer is a contract - Place a offer only if you're serious about buying the item. If you are the winning buyer, you will enter into a legally binding contract to purchase the item from the seller. You should contact the seller to resolve any questions before offerding." - . PLEASE view pictures in upper left of listing to see and determine condition. This wonderful unused unique chrome postcard, see pictures for condition, is a great addition to any collection and very suitable for framing or display. Please contact me before you offer if you have any questions. Published by Dick Deutsch Co., North Miami Beach, Florida
Measures 3 1/2 x 9 inchesThe Castaways Resort Motel
New, enclosed, heated Japanese Pool. 6 Hydrotherapy jets ... Hanovia Sunlamps and Sauna Bath.
"America's most FUNderful Resort Motel" On the Atlantic Ocean at 163rd Street, Miami Beach, Florida.The Castaways resort complex was in the Sunny Isles part of North Miami Beach, just a short distance from another hotel/restaurant/bar complex, Hawaiian Isle. It was advertised as being at "the ocean at 163rd," in reality it was on the inland side of a thin land strip, and was just south of 163rd, occupying a small jetty of land. It opened in 1958, and closed in 1981. The Castaways had just over 300 guest rooms in a series of buildings with Asian-Polynesian peaked roof details. The main attraction was a dramatic structure designed by Charles Foster McKirahan—a square glass building with a pointed, A-frame roof at each corner. The building was up on stilts, and each of the four corners held a different establishment: the Wreck Bar, the Tahitian Cocktail Lounge (featuring mixologist "Stanley the Entertainer"), the Shinto Temple Room, and possibly a coffee shop or indoor swimming pool. The Beatles reportedly stayed at The Castaways, and an ad in the 1969 AAA travel guide promoted nude sunbathing on site. The jetty of land that used to hold The Castaways is now the site of two tall condominium towers. PayPal is the preferred method of payment.
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