I apparently wasn't paying attention when people told me to visit Las Olas Boulevard, for some reason I thought that the section they were referring to was near the beach so we started walking...and... more
The Navigator of the Seas is one of Royal Caribbean International's five Voyager-class cruise ships built in 2002.
The ship has many amenities such as:
Ice skating rink
Rock climbing wall
the riverwalk is located in the fort lauderdale downtown historic district on the new river. the riverwalk is a park and a collection of shops, restaurants, and bars. a very nice place to visit in... more
We didn't spend anytime sitting on the beach but I did get to walk a long portion of it from where the 17th Street Causeway meets the beach north to Terramar Street, about halfway between Las Olas... more
FORT LAUDERDALE - WATCH OUT FOR BOAT RENTAL CLUB & RENTALS at Bahia Mar & Hyatt Pier 66
I truly believe this “business” is nothing but a front for a tourist rip-off ring.
Last weekend my family,... more
One of the options post cruise was to book an airboat tour which then dropped us at the Miami airport so we opted to do that. We had a nice day for the airboat ride at the Everglades Holiday Park. Our... more
My husband is from the Ft. Lauderdale area but we live in Georgia. We have been coming to the Air and Sea Show for the past 3 years (excluding last year. 2008, because it was cancelled. I found out... more
Here's a really fun and unusual thing to do. Black & White Biplane is a stunning Waco biplane. Two people go up together, sitting side-by-side in the front cockpit. The plane takes off from Pompano... more
Located in the central part of Fort Lauderdale near the Riverwalk and opera.
I watched the Polar Express before the Christmas time. Amazing! I was singing Christmas songs for a week, that how it puts... more
We were intrigued by the story of the Bonnet house . So we decided to visit the museum. Personally it's not worth 20$ for a 2 1/2 hour yawn of a tour of a house with beautiful grounds that aren't all... more
located a block south of broward blvd. in downtown fort lauderdale is beautiful las olas blvd. las olas blvd. offers upscale clothing stores, restaurants, and bars. one of the nicest shopping streets... more
The boat itself sucks particularly the bathroom on board. The cruise is nice though. We went at night down millionaires row, river walk, and then to some private island. There they fed us chicken ribs... more
Like Orlando and Miami, except a little smaller and less wellknown sea-aquarium. Yet, it's not less intresting, because it's more scientific character. Shows have been replaced by lectures about the... more
Old Fort Lauderdale
Museum of History
The museum depicts the city’s history from Seminole era to recent times. There’s a model in the lobby that shows what old Fort Lauderdale used to look like. The... more
the broward center for the performing arts is a state of the art theater located in downtown fort lauderdale. the performing arts center host broadway shows and other dance, music, and theatric... more
Fort Lauderdale has become a place for Liz and I to hop on a cruise ship bound for the Caribbean. Port Everglades serves so many cruise ships: Carnival, Princess, Celebrity,Norwegian, Royal Caribbean,...
fort lauderdale is named after three forts that were built in the area during the second seminole war. fort lauderdale was incorporated in 1911 and became the county seat of broward county in 1915.......
It was mid-March, there was snow on the ground and people were still running around Boston bundled up like Eskimos. Did I jump on the opportunity to go to Ft. Lauderdale and spend a few days in the......
I spent a year in Ft Lauderdale when I was 23. It is known as the Venice of the U.S. with all the water canals. I was lucky enough to live right off Los Olas on one of the many canals and just a mile...