Fort Lauderdale Hotels, Attractions, and InformationThere are 23 miles of beautiful sandy beaches, some 3,000 restaurants, water-skiing, bicyclist paths, 300 miles of navigable inland waterways, the world's largest discount mall and... the South's largest flea market... golf, golf and more golf... and these are just a few good starter points. Fort Lauderdale came to being settled some 150 years ago. In the 1960's the Spring
Fort Lauderdale a Shopping BonanzaLos Olas Boulevard is famous for its boutiques and galleries, here the latest in fashion and design abounds. The Galleria Mall includes Ann Taylor, Cartier, Neiman-Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue. Sawgrass Mills Mall, the worlds largest mall of its kind, offers some 250 name brand outlet shops, plus entertainment. For those looking for real bargains with family entertainment... no place can beat The
Fort Lauderdale Cuisine for Dining outFive-star cuisine with atmosphere and ambience as varied as imaginably possible. There are a variety of Vietnamese, Thai, Swiss, Spanish, African, Jamaican, Italian, Indian, German, Caribbean, Chinese, Cuban, French and American restaurants. - By Word Of Mouth is a must! "Desserts that should be illegal." A bistro-style cafe where the menu changes daily. From duckling soaked in apricot brandy to wild mushroom lasagna... to brownie decadence. 3200 Northeast 12th Avenue, (954) 564-3663. Reservations suggested. - Cap's Place
Fort Lauderdale AttractionsThe Bonnet House features daily tours through a historic southern style mansion on 35 acres of sub-tropic
Fort Lauderdale HotelsThere are some 28,000 hotel rooms to choose from, as varied as can be imagined. From luxurious resorts to mom and pop motels. There are premier spa resorts including - Hyatt Regency's Pier Sixty-Six Spa, Registry Resort & Spa and the Palm Aire Resort and Spa.
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