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The best 3 reviews about Fort Lauderdale beach on virtualTourist

Jun 6, 2016   //   by Fort Lauderdale Shuttle   //   Blog  //  No Comments

If you are a nature lover, Ft Lauderdale is the best choice for your vacation. Fort Lauderdale is a home of beach and Sawgrass Leisure Park, house to alligators and other Floridian wildlife. The Riverwalk, the fine arts and home entertainment district along the New River, and also Las Olas Boulevard host art exhibitions and performances that might amaze you with their quality. Fort Lauderdale beach is one of kind that makes it a perfect combination for visitors and tourists coming to Fort Lauderdale for a vacation. People love to share their experience about Fort Lauderdale vacation. In this article you will read about the best 3 reviews about Fort Lauderdale beach on VirtualTourist.

Best 3 reviews about Fort Lauderdale beach

Shohman Scott from Minnesota said:

”The Beach Continued”

”The City takes pretty good care of the beach, they have basketball courts and keep the beach pretty clean. The one drawback is parking, they have plenty, but the gate operators are amazingly slow. I waited 45 minutes to get in, so get there early. You might be better off taking the bus or a cab, especially if you plan to visit one of the many bars near the beach.”

Garridogal Joann from Boston, Massachusetts said:

”Where else would we go?”

”We did hit that beach every day of our 3 days there. After heading there early on the first 2 days, we waited until after lunch on our last day as we were starting to get a little “cripsy”…
The water was warm enough to swim in and had a beautiful green hue along the coastline. The waves were also really good for most of the time. What more could we have hoped for?”

Andrea Beaches from New York City said:

”Ft Lauderdale Beach”

”Fort Lauderdale is is a beautiful Florida beach without a crazy party scene. It’s a quieter, calmer and less chaotic version of Miami Beach with sugary sand and crystal clear water. There are still some parties, but ore families. The beach stretches for miles along Route A1A and offers chairs and umbrellas to rent for the day (there are also plenty of showers and restrooms along the beachfront). Backing the shoreline, the recently renovated promenade bustles with tee shirt shops, tourist shops, bars and restaurants however metered parking is limited near the shore.”

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