The Aloha Beach Resort and Suites 
The Aloha Beach's signage. Note the Wisconsin Palm Trees.
The Aloha Beach's signage. Note the Wisconsin Palm Trees.
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The entry to the Alha Beach, Excellent Tiki among the flagpoles, comeplete with Lava rock at its base.
The entry to the Alha Beach, Excellent Tiki among the flagpoles, comeplete with Lava rock at its base.
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A Tiki close up!
A Tiki close up!
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The Aloha Beach's main building, entry to the right. I'm loving the metal palm trees on the signage and the artificial owl to keep the birds from nesting in the lettering. Nice use of rock to 'Tikify' the brick.
The Aloha Beach's main building, entry to the right. I'm loving the metal palm trees on the signage and the artificial owl to keep the birds from nesting in the lettering. Nice use of rock to 'Tikify' the brick.
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A view from behind the main building looking up at the left side and its roofline.
A view from behind the main building looking up at the left side and its roofline.
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Another view of the main building from behind.. There's a vintage shade on the ground for the umbrella near the pool.
Another view of the main building from behind.. There's a vintage shade on the ground for the umbrella near the pool.
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What I assume to be the single story suites for the hotel. Here on the end, you get a good view of the red beams jutting out from the roof.
What I assume to be the single story suites for the hotel. Here on the end, you get a good view of the red beams jutting out from the roof.
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The suites building is a long building heading slightly downhill near the lake.
The suites building is a long building heading slightly downhill near the lake.
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A snowy suites roof close up.
A snowy suites roof close up.
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A view from the suites down to the snowcovered lake. The lake is edged by pine trees, not palmns.
A view from the suites down to the snowcovered lake. The lake is edged by pine trees, not palmns.
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