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Fort Lauderdale - Florida - USA

Miami's popularity in the 20's, 30's and 40's can be easily seen from the Art Deco district, containing over 800 buildings in this distinct architectural style. Later influences, particularly the huge Latin community make Miami a thriving metropolis.

The United States of America is made up of fifty states, which borders both the North Atlantic Ocean and the North Pacific Ocean, between Canada and Mexico. The United States of America, is home to several of the world's most exciting cities. With some truly mind-blowing landscapes, a strong sense of regionalism and history.

Florida in the United States of America is known as the "Sunshine State". It is located on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico Today it is known as the United States 22nd State in terms of size. It the most popular area for travel with tourists from all over the world. Mainly Families which wish to take the children to Disney Land and enjoy the weather. Florida is full of Golden sand beaches, but there are also mangrove thickets, barren coral islands and reedy estuaries.

The City of Fort Lauderdale is situated on the south east-coast of Florida, centrally located between Miami (23 miles North) and Palm Beach (42 miles South). Fort Lauderdale is the largest of Broward County's 30 municipalities and the seventh largest city in Florida. Embraced by the Atlantic Ocean, New River and a myriad of scenic inland waterways, Fort Lauderdale truly lives up to its designation as the "Venice of America" and the City of Fort Lauderdale boasts more than seven miles of sparkling beaches

Getting around Fort Lauderdale is half the fun, so you can hop on a water bus on the New River or taxi and take in the sights. This South Florida city's extensive system of waterways and a reputation for gracious living have made it one of the country's largest yachting centres. Restaurants and bars overlook the canals.

Redevelopment in the 90s left Fort Lauderdale with a vast range of museums, art galleries, restaurants, hotels and chic sidewalk cafes. An elegant beachfront promenade. Beach goers can participate in a wide range of activities from boating, wind surfing, jet skiing and volleyball to snorkelling, scuba-diving, deep-sea fishing and roller-blading or just Relaxation on the beach taking in the views of the Atlantic ocean.