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Check out Florida’s Hollywood, located on the beach between Fort Lauderdale and Miami. It has been a choice vacation destination for nearly 100 years and is still going strong. There is so much to do here that you’ll be happily surprised if you could just get away from the gorgeous beach. The local beach has silky soft white sand along brilliant turquoise ocean waves under cobalt blue skies. It is wide enough to allow everyone to find their ideal sunbathing spot or umbrella for shade and a tasty cocktail. Now this is living the dream life.Spend the weekend in Hollywood
Choose a rental with beachfront views, a kitchen, living room and cozy bedrooms with all the modern amenities. You will be near the city and the beach where all the action is. This famous gem has weathered through time and remains the most habitable city in Florida. A hotspot for snowbirds and young crowds, this location is perfect for a winter getaway. Take a morning swim or run on the beach and enjoy a cup of Joe on the balcony or in numerous cafes. You’ll never tire of the beautiful sunrise over the ocean to start your day.
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Hollywood Florida doesn’t boast celebrities like California, but it is a dream city, nevertheless. Downtown is loaded with history, beauty, and fun. Its practical design places everything conveniently within a mile or two from the beach. On the weekend visit Yellow Green Market where over 200 vendors offer delectable treats, fresh baked goods, organic fruits, vegetables, and lots of surprises like invigorating yoga on Saturday mornings. Hollywood Boulevard Historic District will take you back in time, where you can experience the architecture of 34 historic buildings including the Great Southern Hotel which you may recognize from the film, Midnight Cowboy.An oceanfront adventure
This mid-sized city features seven challenging golf courses to keep you up to par. If you enjoy nature and outdoor activities, there are sixty parks to pique your interest and keep you in shape. But if your sole purpose is to roast on the beach there are seven miles of gorgeous sandy terrain to keep you happy. You can watch the sunrise at numerous cafes along the ‘Broadwalk’ with your favorite pastries and latte or matcha. Catch the waves on a surfboard or rent jet skis for a little fun. Hail a water taxi and explore the numerous waterways throughout the area. This is just a peak at what’s in store for you.
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Hollywood Florida was named after Hollywood California by its founder and designer Joseph Wesley Young. This amazing beachside city is packed full of adventure, activities, culture, and exciting history. Check out the Hollywood Historical Society in the old 1935 Hammerstein house. They offer guided tours of Hollywood as well as the Hammerstein house. You’ll be surprised at the fascinating historical artifacts and stories they have accumulated for you to admire! Things like the hurricane of 1926 which nearly destroyed Hollywood before it got established. Then the role Hollywood played in WWII and the interesting Seminole tribe that has existed for centuries.Hollywood (FL) for outdoor enthusiasts
Hollywood features perfect weather all year round and there’s so much happening. Check out Topeekeegee Yugnee for biking and walking trails under huge shade trees. It’s also home to Castaway water park boasting exciting waterslides. For some exercise, there’s swimming, fitness areas, and a Swan boat for extra fun. Take your pole along for the good fishing too. In the city you’ll find Holland Park where you can don some rollerblades and glide along the boardwalk or watch the iguanas chase each other from a comfortable park bench with scenic views. Charnow Park features rock climbing walls, paddleball courts and live music with Italian cuisine from Florios nearby.
Hollywood was named after its California counterpart in 1925 and has since been dubbed the “Diamond of the Gold Coast”.
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Young’s Circle is a community gathering place featuring ten acres of activities for free. Highlights include the Arts Park with art festivals, dance performances, concerts, and movie nights. On Mondays the food truck comes around featuring tasty food. At the Visual Arts Pavilion you can observe glassblowing or partake in a martial arts class.2. Let your hair down at Seminole Hard Rock Casino
This hotspot is the gateway to challenging golf courses, 26,000 feet of boutique shopping,13+ acres of pool to relax in the spa, hit waterslides, and watch waterfalls. At nightfall, musicians like Adam Sandler, The Who, and Rod Stewart will have you hopping. Comedians like Jerry Seinfeld will keep you laughing, and of course your favorite games are playing at the casino.3. Spend the afternoon in the mangrove wetlands
The Anne Kolb Nature Center boasts 1500 acres of coastal mangroves with fascinating native plants and animals that you can observe from the four diverse walking trails. There are also guided tours on five boat trails for fishing. And don’t miss the saltwater aquarium where you can watch unusual creatures living under the sea.4. Hunt for the iconic murals of downtown Hollywood
Have a little artistic fun at this dramatic photo op. The downtown Hollywood Mural Project was launched by the city’s Redevelopment Agency to “enrich the cultural fabric of the community”. But for tourists and locals it’s a spectacular visual journey. There are pink flamingos, giant whales, and many more in a kaleidoscope of color covering specific walls throughout the downtown to be discovered.5. Take a tour of some fascinating museums
The museums of Hollywood are exciting and diverse. Spend some time at the Crime Museum to get an eye-full of the criminal history in Florida from the 1920s til now. The Discovery and Science Center is where you’ll be awed by the Gravity Clock, the IMAX theaters, a simulated trip to Mars, and so much more. Art has its place with Illusions, Grafitti, Decorative and Contemporary Arts. And that’s just the beginning!