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Suqualnut Harbor

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Suqualnut Harbor is a town on the southern coast of Stratford Island (which is the island on which San Lorenzo & Redwood are located). It is usually just referred to as "Suqualnut" or "The Harbor" by locals.

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For some reason the town is well known for Wine-tasting, even though the area isn't exactly a wine producing region. What people don't realize is that the wine they're tasting is just bought from the nearby grocery store. :P However, the local Fish & Chips and Clam Chowder are very delicious.

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Along main street you'll find a lot of places to shop... such as the handbag clothing chain "Totes fo'Shotes" or you can by Arts & Crafts. You can also grab a bite to eat at the Pastrami Cafe & Deli or the Pasta Rasta.

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One of the historic buildings is the Swedish Lutheran Church, which is a testament to the many Swedish immigrants who moved to this small fishing town.

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East of the town is the Suqualnut Casino, owned and operated by the local Suqualnut Indian Nation. The casino makes a lot of revenue, so some shopping centers and housing developments have been popping up nearby.

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Wine bought from the nearby grocery store. :rofl: You have a very nice style of building small towns like this. By the way, where did you get those old 19th Century buildings, not the ones by C.P., the buildings like Crafts & Stuff?
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Zulu2065: I think that building actually is by CP, part of his 19th century tenements set. I couldn't find it here on the STEX, so maybe it's on Sc4Devotion.
Joe323: Thanks!
sumwonyuno: Thanks, lol, sadly I felt that way when I was in Egypt last year... but it still didn't take away from the history & culture of the place.

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Tacky? NO!!!! Nothing says "class" like plastic knock offs of cultural treasures. I, myself, remain thrilled by my faithful replica of Michelangelo's David bought off the street for $4.99... now that's what I call culture!
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