Advertising our quaintness, or what's left of it
It's' pretty and seems more like a real estate ad as I don't see people from New York seeking out the Grove when most really spend their time on South Beach, they're usually in and out for the weekend and they don't usually leave that area.
But who knows. It's amazing that they are trying to make the Grove seem so quaint when in reality all the development and street work and gentrifying of the Grove is what is changing the Grove from what they are trying to portray in the ads.
I'm sure these peacocks will be long gone in a few years as their habitat is taken away one development at a time. Martha's Vineyard, Cape Cod, Marin County, now these places appreciate their roots and uniqueness. Even the over crowded Hamptons has sort of remained condo and high-rise free.
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