Broward News

An Answer to the Beach Question

Our beaches are great, but let's face it, we don't think about 'em till we've got tourists to please. Which is why every time I get visitors from out of state, I get stumped by the same question: "What beach will we love?" But not all our beaches are created equal. And so it helps to have an awareness of how each of the best distinguishes itself. I can't find much fault in this recently posted list at Gadling.com.

More experienced beach-bummin' locals are free to take issue. The writer pronounced Hollywood Beach the one for multitasking, since it has Wi-Fi, making it a tempting destination for a pasty blogger who spoke on the condition of anonymity. There's some interesting history on Peanut Island. And the article offers directions to the one Palm Beach spot that might allow you to frolic with celebrities and Ponzi schemers.

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Thomas Francis