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Fort Lauderdale for familiesWhat parents sometimes dream about on a South Florida holiday – a beautiful beach, a good book, peace and quiet and cocktails served beachside – is their kids’ idea of b-o-r-i-n-g. Keep everyone happy, then, with our guide to Fort Lauderdale for families.

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Historic Hollywood BeachSouth Florida’s wide, white sand beaches, framed by calm, turquoise waters and coconut palm trees, are certainly appealing. But not everyone enjoys appreciating the tranquil Florida coastline while lounging, greased with sunscreen, on a towel or chair. For those who crave a little action with their sand and surf, venture beyond Fort Lauderdale and discover historic Hollywood Beach.

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A Guide to the Everglades National ParkThe River of Grass – the nickname bestowed upon the Everglades National Park by naturalist Marjory Stoneman Douglas – sounds like an impossible description. But one visit to this enormous subtropical wetland and you’ll see exactly what she meant…

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A Beginner's Guide to Fort Lauderdale

by KristinClark January 2014 - last edited October by JenKaretnick

A Beginner's Guide to Fort LauderdaleMost people think of Fort Lauderdale (and the South Florida area in general) as a poster child for ‘fun in the sun’ holidays. The type of getaway where you plant yourself under an umbrella, drink in hand, and sunbathe from sunrise to sundown, with the occasional refill of course. But while the city certainly has plenty of leisure activities to enjoy, it also boasts one of America’s most highly trafficked tourist markets, leading to an array of dining, shopping, and specialty interest options for visitors to experience.

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Fort Lauderdale Hen DosCelebrating your wedding day is typically a culmination of months, or even years, of planning. Therefore, every bride and groom deserves a night (or weekend) getaway to enjoy the ‘single life’ just one last time.

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Culinary Genius | Dining Out in Fort LauderdaleMealtimes are often a top priority for travel enthusiasts, offering the perfect excuse to branch out and enjoy new foods that you might not find at home. While Fort Lauderdale has more than its fair share of fish for seafood lovers, the city also has an established roster of renowned chefs spinning up a variety of culinary delights. 

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