If you have time, I would suggest a walk along River Walk, which is the the red brick promenade that runs along New River. It stars at Old Town and heads east to Stranahand House on Las Olas Blvd. You can walk east to west or west to east. New River was originally the first water way that catered to... 更多
The New River runs from the Intracoastal up through downtown Fort Lauderdale. It is a beautiful waterway with boats going up and down the river. Shops and restaurants are along the river. Walk, eat, people watch. Relax.
Great view is fun to eat and drink with this view. The boats going by really adds to this adventure. So many things to talk about on this River is a relaxing but fun thing to do.
The New River flows through the heart of downtown Ft. Lauderdale. There are many businesses, condos and homes along the river. There are any number of ways to ride along the New River via a water taxi, paddleboats, tour boats or use your own boat. It's fun to just sit by one of the bridges and watch the drawbridge go... 更多
Great place for walks with many opportunities to eat and shop at many of the local hangouts. This is a very vibrant area of Ft. Lauderdale that is also frequented by the locals.
We did the evening cruise with the dinner show on the island. Boat was due to depart at 18:00 but we were asked to be there for 15:00. We thought was excessively early but when we arrived at 17:05 the best seats on the boat had already been taken. The cruise up the river was very enjoyable; amazing homes and... 更多
We went on the Sun Trolley to visit the River Walk and found it clean and a fun place to be. They had a band playing music, we got lunch at a food truck and walked the walk. Many of the businesses are empty in the immediate area. Had fun watching them train a family to use a sedway for... 更多
Nice place for a walk, stop for a drink, ride the free water taxi, watch the boats. Kids friendly. Stop at Steve' s Pizza at River Front, delicious. Park with JIm, nice guy! Take a River Front Cruise! Well worth it!
This was the 'road' for the local natives and the settling northerners. In more current times, my parents actually lived aboard their Chris Craft right beside the Stranahan House.