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Fort Lauderdale Map, Florida

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Fort Lauderdale Sightseeing

Fort Lauderdale, FL, United StatesBonnet House Museum and Gardens -This was built in the year 1920 and is a breathtaking estate listed in the National Register for Historical Sites. It is a very significant tribute to the bygone era. This estate overlooks a great lagoon and incorporates almost 35 acres of wetlands, botanical beauty, lily pond, shell museum, fruit grove, boathouse and a moat surrounded theater. Wildlife can also been seen here.  ... read more
 

Fort Lauderdale Nightlife

Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States  Fort Lauderdale nightlife is incredibly seedy as this city is full of bars and strip joints wherein you can have full fun. Also the scene of gay nightlife is superb here and you can find a lot of friendly places that may get steamy at times.  Restaurants, discos, lounges, live concerts, clubs and bars are in abundance in Fort Lauderdale where you get to enjoy all the dancing and fun activities to a large extent.... read more
 

Fort Lauderdale History

The fort was destroyed and then abandoned, only to be rediscovered in 1893 by Frank Stranahan, who built there a house. It took 18 years for the new settlement to be incorporated as a city. During this period, Stranahan had built other houses – one of which serves today as a museum – and the Florida East Coast Railway arrived into town. In 1925, as a result of the Florida land boom, Fort Lauderdale experienced the... read more

Fort Lauderdale Travel Guide

Because of the numerous opportunities to get out on the water, Fort Lauderdale is called the "yachting capital of the world”. As a visitor you needn’t worry that you don’t own a craft, you can either rent one from your hotel or from Aloha Watersports. If you don’t have a license that can be arranged, too as Aloha Watersports provides Coast Guard classes for you to obtain your Florida Boaters License. So nothing... read more
 

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