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Old 05-17-2009, 03:46 AM
 
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Bcreass

I live 300 feets from here.
If you ever visit this part of the world, you are free to drop by.
Now, the water is freezing compared to Florida.
During July, August and September the water is OK, but beaches are crowded.



This is what we call "The postcard".



The "cannon". There were three..



The town in August...That woman in top less is not very representative...


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Old 05-17-2009, 08:39 AM
 
Location: The Shires
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Bcreass

I live 300 feets from here.
If you ever visit this part of the world, you are free to drop by.
Now, the water is freezing compared to Florida.
During July, August and September the water is OK, but beaches are crowded.



This is what we call "The postcard".



The "cannon". There were three..



The town in August...That woman in top less is not very representative...
Stunning....and I'd gladly take you up on the offer to drop by! I'd probably visit during early spring though, as I prefer cooler weather. I'm more of a "take a stroll on the beach" kind of guy than a sunbathing kind of guy.
 
Old 05-17-2009, 09:04 AM
 
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Bcreass

The best period here is between Eastern and 23-24 June (Sant Joan).
Then, again, during late September and October.
But living in Miami, you won't find our summer very hot.
 
Old 05-17-2009, 09:12 AM
 
Location: The Shires
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Bcreass

The best period here is between Eastern and 23-24 June (Sant Joan).
Then, again, during late September and October.
But living in Miami, you won't find our summer very hot.
I like Spain's climate (the Mediterranean coast). It's kind of like the climate in Southern California, which is what I'd call my 'ideal climate". Miami is far too humid for me and there isn't enough cool weather + it's too muggy at night.
 
Old 05-17-2009, 09:15 AM
 
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Runwithscissors

If your parents, grandparents or even grand-grandparents were Greeks, you have every right to Greek Citizenship, and hence, a EEC Passport and access to any EEC country.

Being a Native American Citizen, you'll be able to enjoy your Greek Citizenship (EEC) and your American Citizenship.

You might not find it interesting now, but who knows what the future has in store for us. Greece now is in a poor shape, just like Spain, but they might need your skills. In any case, you will be able to access a job market of 300 million people, enjoy our Social Security System.

You'll need to freshen up your Greek and your Spanish in your forays into Dade, just kidding.
 
Old 05-18-2009, 12:54 AM
 
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Eduardo

I'm not Spanish. I'm Catalan.
I learned Spanish at school when I was 6 or 7 years old.
Catalan is my first language, Spanish my second language, French my third, English my fourth (I learned English when we moved to Miami in 1976) and German is my Fifth language.
My parents and all my family migrated to Cuba, but they returned in 1956-57.
A large part of my family lives in Cuba and Miami.
My youngest brother was born in Cuba. He came when he was 2 years old and he doesn't speak with a Cuban accent, in fact, he never speaks Spanish, he's in a politician in a separatist party (ERC).
My great-grandfather also went to Cuba because he had a "homegrown" merchant line here in Sitges (1870).
Hearsay in this town says he was a slave trader, really, I don't know.
I visit Cuba quite frequently, I've got family there and in Miami.
Oh, yes, I love everything Cuban.
In this town, Sitges, my family is no exception, most of the old families here have had a long standing relation with Cuba since the 18th Century.
And really, I believe you should return to Venezuela.
If you don't accept reliable US CENSUS INFORMATION, I think you should return to Venezuela and join Chavez ranks and his stupid crap, or you could move to someplace where deranged Venezuelans live.
You are really pestiferous.
But just one thing, if you hate Cubans so much, what the heck are you doing in Miami?
C'mon, try to create your own place out there, nobody needs you anywhere.

Leovigildo,


I think your cubano mulattoe brother should return to his home in Cuba and join Castro.

His home is Cuba.

Pestiferous is your Sudaca Cubana family that is unwelcomed in Europe.





You are a mentally ill and meaningless human beign.

I am a U.S. national by blood.

I have the same rights as the founding fathers...the very same rights that let me kick your undocumented and unwelcomed behind if you ever visit one of our territories.

Do a favor to your family and get mental help...

Sudaca Cubano

I would gladly call ICE on you btw

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Old 05-18-2009, 01:03 AM
 
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You all get into such silly and odd discussions.
 
Old 05-18-2009, 01:42 AM
 
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double post
 
Old 05-18-2009, 01:46 AM
 
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Don't be a jerk. "Sudaca," "mulatto," are you serious? Leovigildo is Catalan, mister "1/2 Basque, 1/4 Lebanese, 1/8 Amerindian and 1/8 African" (that is what you had in your profile under "heritage" until you deleted it)... and you are going to tell him who is welcome in Europe? That sounds pretty bizarre coming from someone who does not have European citizenship and is of substantial non-European background.

Seriously, you both need to stop bickering!
 
Old 05-18-2009, 03:34 AM
 
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Crisp

I have two neighbours that are Venezuelan-born, their parents migrated there during the 50's and then came back during the 60's and 70's. They don't have any problem whatsoever, apart from being rich, but of course, they are white and Catalan-blooded.

The president of the Autonomous Community of Mallorca (PSM), Antich, is also Venezuelan-born, no problem whatsoever, but of course, he's white and Majorcan.

Anasagasti, an important politician in the Basque National Party (PNV) is Venezuelan-born and also a Venezuelan citizen, but of course, he's white and Basque.

The second or third in the Basque Government (now socialist) is also Venezuelan-born. And I'm forgetting many.

But maybe a "1/2 Basque, 1/4 Lebanese, 1/8 Amerindian and 1/8 African" would not be welcomed by certain radical sectors, though Spain is a very hospitable country to any race.
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