There are 50 total units in the Building on 15 Floors. The Residences are spacious, each have 3 Bedrooms, Den, and other Living areas, and offer amazing Ocean and/or Intracoastal views.
The Algonquin Resort St. Andrews By-The-Sea
The original Algonquin hotel was a massive wooden Shingle Style building built in 1889 by the St. Andrews Land Company, established in 1883 by American businessmen. Designed by a Boston architecture firm, it contained 80 guest rooms and opened in June of that year. By the late 19th century, the residents of St. Andrews and businessmen from Montreal and New England helped to develop the summer tourism that the hotel was creating among residents of humid inland cities of North America. The entire hotel, except for two later wings built in 1908 and 1912, succumbed to a 1914 fire and was destroyed. It was replaced on its same footprint by the present four-story Tudor Revival concrete replacement with a faux half-timbered façade and red slate roof. The architects of the 1914 hotel (which is essentially what is considered the present-day Algonquin) were Barott, Blackadder & Webster of Montreal. Large additional wings were added in the early 1990s and in the early 2010s.
Visit Wilbur! We are located in scenic Lincoln County on Hwy 2. Nestled in the midst of wheat country, Wilbur is all small town appeal. While we’re only 30 miles from Lake Roosevelt, Grand Coulee Dam and Banks Lake, there’s plenty to do here!
Sailing the Seas Depends on the Helmsman
"Sailing the Seas Depends on the Helmsman" (Chinese: 《大海航行靠舵手》; pinyin: Dàhǎi hángxíng kào duòshǒu) is the English-language title of a popular Chinese revolutionary song which was written by Wang Shuangyin in 1964. This song was commonly sung by the public, especially Red Guards during the Cultural Revolution (1966-1976) in praise of Maoism and the Communist Party. Like many revolutionary songs, the single verse of Sailing the Seas Depends on the Helmsman was most often sung repeatedly.
Love Where You Live!
Live luxuriously at Berkshire Lauderdale By The Sea. Boasting spacious 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartment homes, our community offers residents a comfortable atmosphere unparalleled by any other in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Enjoy high-end apartment features and sumptuous amenities. We pamper our residents with a gorgeous infinity-edge swimming pool, indoor zen shower and steam room, therapeutic massage parlor, and fitness center with a dedicated yoga area.
Jackie Sumell and the Herman’s House Team is committed to the vision of Herman Wallace’s Dream Home. As per his design, Herman’s House will serve as a community center in New Orleans, maintained by an existing network of volunteers. We are now in the process of applying for property through the City of New Orleans. It is an exciting time. We are also looking to republish the book, The House That Herman Built in conjunction with Akademie Schloss Solitude. The new addition will include an appendix more congruent with Herman’s vision of ending the use of long term solitary confinement. It is a LOT of work, but we are truly inspired and motivated by the great legacy and life of Herman Wallace and promise to do everything we can to honor that legacy and life. Please check the site frequently for updates and subscribe to our mailing list.
New Orleans Personal Injury Lawyers
Dealing with the aftermath of a catastrophic accident can be overwhelming. A family’s income may be drastically reduced if a father or mother is unable to work. Families are forced to dip into savings and retirement accounts to pay for necessary medical care. The financial and emotional strain can be unbearable. During this scary time, it may be easier to simply hope and pray that the responsible party will “do the right thing,” accept responsibility and compensate your family for the injuries it caused. Unfortunately, this is not likely to occur. Our New Orleans personal injury lawyers are here to fight for your justice and help you get back on your feet.
The first and largest of our five locations, Cannery Row has the largest selection of bikes and kayaks. Kayaks are launched from the beach across the street, while bikers can hit the Recreation Trail right outside our door. We also offer family bikes (four-wheel) and GenZe electric bike rentals.
299 Cannery Row Monterey, CA 93940