Miami With a Medieval Touch

Miami With a Medieval Touch

There are 4 comments on the Wall Street Journal story from Apr 25, 2013, titled Miami With a Medieval Touch. In it, Wall Street Journal reports that:

Real-estate superagent Alicia Cervera made her fortune selling high rises that transformed the city's skyline, but goes home to a traditional Mediterranean filled with Old World furniture and salvaged pieces from Miami's past Real-estate superagentAlicia Cervera made her fortune selling condos in flashy, high-rise projects that define present-day ... (more)

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“ I WILL EARN YOUR RESPECT!”

Since: Apr 13

Surfside(By way of Manchester)

#1 Apr 26, 2013
I love going medieval. The stock and the leather execitioner. It was quite an interesting time in history. That' for sure.
Harold Ballinger

Miami, FL

#2 Apr 26, 2013
I'll get Medieval on that Totts ass.

“ I WILL EARN YOUR RESPECT!”

Since: Apr 13

Surfside(By way of Manchester)

#3 Apr 27, 2013
Harold, STOP IT!
ADAM THE MACHO LIFEGUARD

Miami, FL

#4 Apr 27, 2013
YOU LADIES KNOCK IT OFF RIGHT NOW OR YOU'LL BOTH BE INVITED TO MY STAND FOR A GOOD SPANKING.

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