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The new “beach” at the Old Port will open on June 16 and cost $6 for adults to enter.
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Price seems to be on par with municipal pools…
At least at the pools you get to go into the water.
This is one of those projects that people will look back at and say: What were they thinking? Wasn’t it obvious that no one in their right mind would go to such a place?
It’s kind of a dumb idea but I think it will be fully utilized. Either by tourists or by the pretty people who are desperate to be seen in public in a bathing suit.
@Bill youd rather see a beach full of muffin-tops?
This is the dumbest idea ever.
I’m going to wait till I see what the numbers are from the summer before saying it’s stupid. People certainly make use of a similar thing in Paris, although the banks of the Seine are not quite as much of a hike from the city streets as the Clock Tower pier is.
If its licensed, I might consider going and enjoying some mojitos.
Perhaps it will not become a “destination”, but tourists alone will provide a decent base level of support. Plus it’s location will pull in many locals on nice days.
It’s not my cup of tea but i’m pretty sure it will be reasonably successful at least.
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