Quite scenic and interesting too. We like the waterways, and you can take great photos too. Nice to see.
About Intracoastal Waterway
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It's the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway or less technically stated Intracoastal Waterway (ICW) that makes Fort Lauderdale what it is: The Venice of America, Yachting Capital of the World and Drawbridge City which are just a few of the nicknames by which it is recognized and...More
This is one of the best ways to explore parts of Fort Lauderdale and Miami. The water taxi is a fun means of transportation to check out the older homes that face the water.
This is an area you can tour for days not hours. The views are great and always changing. We had great weather so that even made the time more enjoyable.
Great trip -a bit pricy, Fun commentary. Possibly a little less emphasis on the values of yachts and waterside properties would be good, with more comment on history and local facilities.
Between the beach islands and mainland Florida is a discontinuous waterway that is perfect for smaller private boating. Here there is a water taxi that you can use as a water tour of the tourist area. There are some nice places to eat and walk...More
We used a popular hop on/off water taxi service to cruise the waterways. It was a fun experience although the weather wasn't great for much of the time. The river walk was a lovely experience and the sun shone for most of it. I decided...More
We did about 15 miles on the Intercoastal going North. The Intercoastal waterway here is narrower than other areas in Florida and there is development on both sides. There is no place like this where you can see the most beautiful yachts and mansions. There...More
Interesting to look at all the nice houses by the water and in all the small sub-.channels. Very few public places. Nice lizards "guarding" the bridges