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Come to Fort Lauderdale for the tropical weather and warm sea breezes; stay here for the multitude of things to do and people to see.
When you arrive in Fort Lauderdale, start at the beginning with the Stranahan House.
The Stranahan House, built in 1901, is the oldest remaining building in the surrounding Broward County. It alternately served as a trading post and personal home to Frank and Ivy Stranahan, and has been refitted to appear in its 1915 arrangement. It’s a well-loved museum and a fascinating look into the earlier years of Fort Lauderdale. Alternatively, join a fishing charter from the marina. You can join a variety of boats for prices from the low to high range, and who knows—you might end up catching your dinner.
Not quite sold on the idea of catching your meals? Come to Las Olas Boulevard. This lively district offers shopping, dining, and entertainment amidst charming and colourful architecture. Purchase artwork from one of the many galleries dotting the street, or enjoy a snack from a café before doing some window shopping. Stop by the Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, to explore the many works contained in its halls, and maybe gain inspiration for your own projects. From prowling the local museums to exploring the waterfront area, there’s something for everyone at Las Olas.
There’s also something for everyone when you book a 3-star hotel in Fort Lauderdale through Expedia.ca. Whether you’re after a beachfront paradise or a vintage hotel at the edge of Las Olas Boulevard, we’ll find you the cheapest deals on hotels in Fort Lauderdale. You’ll save money and have something to write home about—now that’s a winning combination.