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Two Options for Your Day Trip to the Everglades

Bill Yates

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Visitors to south Florida have two options for making a day trip to the Everglades. To the west, Big Cypress National Preserve offers camping, hiking and guided tours. South of Fort Lauderdale, Everglades National Park also provides hiking and biking trails, camping spots and guided tours.

Though the Everglades runs to more than 700,000 acres, it’s mostly swamp. Big Cypress National Preserve is in southwest Florida, near the town of Everglades City.  Everglades National Park, about 50 miles south of Big Cypress, lies on Florida Bay near the bottom of mainland Florida.

Big Cypress National Preserve (http://www.nps.gov/bicy/index.htm)

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Regal Princess Sails from Port Everglades Next Month

Bill Yates

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Princess Cruises celebrates the new cruise season with a ship-naming ceremony at Port Everglades on November 5. The line’s newest ship, Regal Princess, will be honored by a star-studded group including the original cast of television’s “The Love Boat.”

We have great pre-cruise and post-cruise deals this season at Quality Inn & Suites Hollywood! We're just 10 minutes from Port Everglades. Regal Princess begins 7-day tours of the eastern Caribbean on November 9. The ship, which holds more than 3,500 passengers, debuted in Europe in May. At more than 1,000 feet long, the ship has 17 decks, 16 bars and restaurants, and nearly 1,800 state rooms.

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5 Fort Lauderdale Museums You Should Visit

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Five museums in Fort Lauderdale that you should visit are within a few miles of each other. Along with the historic Stranahan House, the Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale and the Museum of Discovery and Science are located downtown. Bonnet House and the International Hall of Fame are east of downtown near the Atlantic Ocean.

Stranahan House (http://www.stranahanhouse.org), built in 1901, was the main trading post for the New River settlement that preceded Fort Lauderdale. Trading was conducted on the lower floor, while community activities were held on the second floor. Restored in 1984, the museum also included a gift shop that carries locally made handcrafts. Guided tours are available three times each day,...

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