Wildwood Carribean 
The Carribean, what may be the Wildwoods' finest example of what the locals term "Doo Wop" architecture here in the east.
The Carribean, what may be the Wildwoods' finest example of what the locals term "Doo Wop" architecture here in the east.
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Behind that white fence sits a wonderous 'U' shaped pool. You can just make out the trunks of the Palms that sit in the middle of the "U". The large white end of the building is just begging for a mural.
Behind that white fence sits a wonderous 'U' shaped pool. You can just make out the trunks of the Palms that sit in the middle of the "U". The large white end of the building is just begging for a mural.
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Ignore the power lines, look instead at the angles on the upstairs cabanna room!
Ignore the power lines, look instead at the angles on the upstairs cabanna room!
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I'm sure it works even better with Palm fronds on those bare trunks.
I'm sure it works even better with Palm fronds on those bare trunks.
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A good overview of the floating ramp. This is the 'new' Carribean, with fresh paint and new goodies inside too. They have embraced the preservationist vision to try to move Wildwood forward with it's personality- the Carribean is anything but beige.
A good overview of the floating ramp. This is the 'new' Carribean, with fresh paint and new goodies inside too. They have embraced the preservationist vision to try to move Wildwood forward with it's personality- the Carribean is anything but beige.
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Here's a good view of the angled windows upstairs.
Here's a good view of the angled windows upstairs.
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And yes, that cantilevered canopy is a mid-century classic!
And yes, that cantilevered canopy is a mid-century classic!
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The curve of the ramp echoes the curve of the pool.
The curve of the ramp echoes the curve of the pool.
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The cabanna floats seemingly weightlessly.
The cabanna floats seemingly weightlessly.
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Kind of odd to see the use of brick here.
Kind of odd to see the use of brick here.
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