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East Las Olas Blvd. - Fort Lauderdale, FL
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"The Venice of America" - that's quite a title! But Fort Lauderdale has earned that title due to its many canals that wander through the city. As you walk up and down the streets, passing all sorts of boutique shops and restaurants, every once in awhile, you cross over another of these canals, and will see everything from a small kayak to a grand yacht. Now that's a civilized way to get to work!

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Tags: florida; fort; lauderdale; shopping ; palm; restaurant; hotel
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