Chilling Beachfront With the French Canadians in Hollywood, Florida
Nestled between the glamour of South Beach and the clamor of Ft. Lauderdale’s Spring Break, the city of Hollywood, Florida is gloriously stuck in time. Far from its glittery California namesake, the real draw of this strip of 1950s-style oceanfront motels is its proximity to the beach. Balconies overlook the 3-mile "Broadwalk" and oceanfront along low-key Surf Road, and apartment hotels like the Sea Downs typically include kitchens and tropical décor. French Canadians descend on this town, so staffs are bilingual and TVs offer French programming. Wander along the promenade into John U. Lloyd State Park for pine-shaded trails and canoeing.
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