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to [[red underline]] Lauderdale, [[/red underline]] following road along shore over Miami Beach, along [[red underline]] Miami Shores Hollywood, Dania [[/red underline]] finally Lauderdale. 
Took luncheon at [[red underline]] Panevast Hotel [[/red underline]] (Miami Beach) which is the [[red underline]] last one open at this season, [[/red underline]] and which has only a few guests left. But the place is very quiet and reposeful and more desirable than during the hectic tourist season. Its special cottages on the hotel grounds and facing the sea and the trade winds seem particularly appropriate for bathing guests. The [[red underline]] whole road, coast and developments seems dead except for a few unpretentious bathers [[/red underline]] who came down in their motorcar with their family and in this quiet spots enjoy their bathing or fishing as if the whole ocean belonged to them. Beyond 
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Miami Beach on an inlet covered by a viaduct bridge [[red underline]] Men and women in overalls or in bathing suits are spearing fish [[strikethrough]] in the [[/strikethrough]] from the shore in the rapid current during [[/red underline]] the change of the tides. All along the real estate developers have [[red underline]] cut mangroves [[/red underline]] and are still filling in mangrove swamps by means of machine dredges so as to sell this newly made land to the unwary investors. Nevertheless, [[red underline]] in several instances they have made wonderful transformations [[/red underline]] and laid out expensive but uninhabited streets, with sidewalks, sewers, light and water supply enhanced by adroit landscaping and bordering palm trees. Hollywood has an enormous multistory building, lonely and unin-

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