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Super Bowl XLIV - Your guide to Fort Lauderdale
Despite what the internet would have you believe, Fort Lauderdale is not just full of randy old people. There's some pretty cool stuff to do there, and if you happen to be visiting one of their 33,000+ accommodations for the big game, you can find out what's shakin' in their free e-guide, The Essential Guide to the Big Game, available in PDF here.
The listings include Best Sports Bars, Best Clubs/Lounges, Spas, Gametime Food and other dining options, Golfing, Gambling, Nature, Best Places for Kids and more.
"We are looking forward to welcoming football fans from across the country and hope that they will get to experience as much of the destination as possible during their visit," says Nicki Grossman, president of the Greater Fort Lauderdale Conventions & Visitors Bureau. "There's so much fun here they may never want to leave and the 'Essential Guide' will help them take advantage of the best that we have to offer."
Don't forget they have 23 miles of beach. Fort Lauderdale is lookin' pretty good. Still need Super Bowl tickets? Visit Ticketmaster today to pay $1,450 to $237,300 per seat. Holy jockstraps, Batman!