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American Airlines Flights from Dallas (DFW) to Fort Lauderdale (FLL)

Orbitz is pleased to offer airline tickets on American Airlines, which operates 6 regularly scheduled daily non-stop flights from Dallas (DFW) to Fort Lauderdale (FLL), departing between 7:55am and 8:00pm, and one additional non-stop flight regularly scheduled to depart at 6:10am and arrive at 9:50am, everyday except Tuesday and Wednesday. The average travel time from Dallas, TX to Fort Lauderdale, FL is 2 hours and 40 minutes.

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During your Fort Lauderdale vacation, don't miss these great establishments and attractions:

Bonnet House
This historic 35-acre plantation home and estate, accessible by guided tour only, will provide you with a fantastic glimpse of Old Florida. Built in 1921, the sprawling two-story waterfront home (surrounded by formal tropical gardens) is really the backdrop of a love story, which the very chatty volunteer guides will share with you if you ask. Some have actually lunched with the former resident of the house, the late Evelyn Bartlett, wife of world-acclaimed artist Frederic Clay Bartlett. The worthwhile 1 1/4-hour tour brings you quirky people, whimsical artwork, lush grounds, and interesting design. Inquire about the literary walks and science workshops, which are offered regularly on the grounds.

Stranahan House
In a town whose history is younger than many of its residents, visitors may want to take a minute to see Fort Lauderdale's very oldest standing structure and a prime example of classic "Florida Frontier" architecture. Built in 1901 by the "father of Fort Lauderdale," Frank Stranahan, this house once served as a trading post for Seminole trappers, who came here to sell pelts. It's been a post office, town hall, and general store and now serves as a worthwhile little museum of South Florida pioneer life, containing turn-of-the-last-century furnishings and historic photos of the area. It is also the site of occasional concerts and social functions; call for details.

Billie Swamp Safari
Billie Swamp Safari is an up-close-and-personal view of the Seminole Indians' 2,200-acre Big Cypress Reservation. There are daily tours into reservation wetlands, hardwood hammocks, and areas where wildlife (seemingly strategically placed deer, water buffalo, bison, wild hogs, ornery ostriches, rare birds, and alligators) reside. Tours are provided aboard swamp buggies, customized motorized vehicles specially designed to provide visitors with an elevated view of the frontier while you comfortably ride through the wetlands and cypress heads. The more adventurous may want to take a fast-moving airboat ride or trek a nature trail. Airboat rides run about 20 minutes, while swamp-buggy tours last about an hour. A stop at an alligator farm reeks of Disney, but the kids won't care. You can stay overnight in a native Tiki hut if you're really looking to immerse yourself in the culture.


Make your reservations for discount hotel rooms in the Fort Lauderdale area, including:

Best Western Pelican Beach Resort
Not bad for a Best Western, the brand-new (opened in winter 2004) Pelican Beach Resort sits on 500 feet of sand, features 180 rooms (including 117 with balconies), and has a sublimely relaxing wraparound oceanfront veranda and sun deck with rocking chairs. What also rocks about this place is the heated outdoor pool, complete with lazy river raft ride. On the north end of the property is the older Sun Tower, which has 24 oceanfront rooms and suites. Stick to the newer part, however.

Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Welcome to Casino City -- Florida. That's right, the Seminole Indians have managed to create a miniature Vegas within Hollywood, Florida, and it's doing a booming business. Although the massive 130,000-square-foot casino doesn't have typical bet-against-the-house Vegas games (such as blackjack, roulette, or craps), it does have thousands of video slot machines and poker tables, and they're always packed. The main draw here is the casino, but the guest rooms are surprisingly cushy and swank, with flatscreen TVs, Egyptian-cotton linens, and big bathrooms with massive showerheads; the suites are hyper-luxurious. Equally impressive is the 4.5-acre lagoon-style pool very similar to the one at the Hard Rock in Vegas, with waterfalls, hot tubs, wireless access for those who insist on working and, of course, a bar. In fact, there are lots of bars here, especially at the attached entertainment complex with two clubs open 24/7 as well as restaurants and stores. The food court within the casino isn't a bad choice for a quick bite, or you can choose from several on-site, full-service restaurants, including a swanky steakhouse. The 22,000-square-foot spa isn't too shabby either. If you're seeking real Sin City action, you may be disappointed; but if you find yourself looking for a little more bling than what you'd typically find on South Beach, the Hard Rock's where it's at.

Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six
Located on 22 tropical acres on the Intracoastal Waterway, this resort is best known for its world-class marina and a rooftop lounge that spins every 66 minutes. If you experience vertigo after sitting in the revolving lounge, an invigorating body- or skin-care treatment at the hotel's intimate, exquisite European Spa LXVI will help you relocate your sense of balance. Equally invigorating are the Hyatt Regency's recreational amenities, which include a sprawling three-pool complex with a 40-person hydrotherapy pool, tennis courts, and an aquatic center complete with every watersport imaginable. The hotel transformed its über-popular California Cafe into Grille 66 and Bar, a classy, upscale steakhouse. After a recent renovation, the tropical-style guest rooms have been spruced up with cherrywood furnishings and bathrooms with marble floors and granite vanities. All units have balconies with views of the Intracoastal Waterway and the hotel's lushly landscaped gardens. Designer suites come with Jacuzzi, wet bar, living room, dining room, and exceptional views.


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