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Onderwerp: Kerstmis / Oud en nieuw in Miami e.o.

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    Standaard Kerstmis / Oud en nieuw in Miami e.o.

    Hallo allemaal,

    zoals al eerder beschreven zitten wij met kerst + oud en nieuw in Florida. Nu zou ik graag aan jullie willen vragen of er iemand is die ons kan adviseren waar te dineren op kerstavond.
    We zitten dan in het Hyatt te Fort Lauderdale en willen een gelegenheid waar het lekker eten is, een gelegendheid die geschikt is om zoonlief mee naar toe te nemen (hij is wel wat gewend;-) maar ook betaalbaar en een beetje leuk publiek (bijvoorkeur dus niet alleen de grijze golf :shock: )

    Hoop dat jullie tips hebben zodat we op tijd kunnen reserveren

    gr.stephan

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    Standaard Re: Dineren op kerstavond

    Een goede vriend van mij zat een paar jaar geleden met kerst in Orlando met vrouw en kids, en ze hadden dus speciaal voor de kerst een restaurant geboekt en nette kleren meegenomen, maar dat viel allemaal heel erg tegen.
    Gewoon geen speciaal menu, en alle Amerikanen gewoon in korte broek en T-shirt.
    Wil je echt chique eten dan is denk ik Victoria & Alberts een goede keus, maar dat is volgens mij erg duur.
    Ik heb verder geen idee waar je moet zijn, maar stel je er niet te veel van voor. (Wel van de kerstfeer in Disney hoor, die is geweldig).
    Eric

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    Of ze iets speciaals doen met Kerst, weet ik niet, maar het Mai Kai restaurant is heel leuk, ook voor kinderen. Het eten is er lekker en de show speciaal. Iedere keer als we in de omgeving van Ft. Lauderdale zijn moeten we er van de kinderen heen (en voor ons ook geen straf).

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    Standaard Christmas Boat Parade

    Zoek eens op Christmas Boat Parade. Er is namelijk een zeer geslaagde boten parade op de intercoastal in Ft. Lauderdale. Dit kan, financieel, zeer uit de hand lopen maar zelf ga ik al een aantal jaren naar de 15th. Street Fishery en dat kan heel gezellig zijn. Denk ook eens aan de Blue Moon Fishing Company of Ristorante Opa in Noord Ft. Lauderdale.
    Ben nu even zelf op vakantie, maar ik zal zeker terug komen op dit onderwerp. Kerstmis is een beetje anders dan in Nederland... Maar als je de juiste plekjes weet is het best te doen. Bijvoorbeeld een 30 Meter hoge kerstboom in Delray Beach. Een year round kerstmis winkel in boca raton. Een geweldige licht show in Deerfield Beach.

    btw. Albuquerque is ook leuk vooral als het jaarlijkse ballon festival er is.
    De Ballonnen...

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    Sstone thanks
    gave restaurants om lekker te eten. vooral de blue moon en 15th street staan ons bijzonder aan.
    Gaan we ons even verder in verdiepen. Welke zou jij aanraden van de twee als je je zoontje van 9 meeneemt? Hoop dat er een kids menu is :wink:
    Kom vooral terug met kerst tips & enjoy you're holiday 8)

    gr.stephan

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    Helaas 15th is met kerst dicht
    Boatparade is niet met kerst maar al eerder in de maand


    Mmmmm tijd voor nieuwe tips :lol:

    gr.stephan

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    Standaard Kerstmis Ft. Lauderdale

    Van een aantal leden heb ik vernomen dat ze rond de kerst in de buurt van Ft. Lauderdale vertoeven. Ik zal jullie hier op de hoogte houden van de lokale evenementen.

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    Seminole Hard Rock Winterfest Boat Parade - December 17th
    The 34th Annual Boat Parade begins at Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale at 6:30 p.m. and traveling North up the Intracoastal Waterway for 10 miles to Lake Santa Barbara in Pompano Beach . This year's theme, "Jewel of the Nile " embraces the beauty of our waterways this floating parade calls its stage. From the history of ancient civilization to holiday traditions- this year's theme embraces childhood flights of imagination, pyramids, ancient treasures, pharaoh masks, religious icons and more. This parade will encompass 100 boats with celebrities, musical groups, , beauty queens and many other exciting entries! Many of the boats embrace a local charity. Boat entries are now being accepted on our website www.winterfestparade.com or by calling the Winterfest office. FREE viewing along parade route.


    Intracoastal Decorating Extravaganza - December 14th sponsored by Wells Fargo Home Mortgage
    This festive event encourages the shoreline community to show their holiday spirit while creating a beautiful backdrop for the Boat Parade along the 10-mile Parade route, and is appropriately titled "Reflections on the Water." This shoreline cruise is aboard the Kathleen Windridge. Limited Tickets Available for Sale .


    Nestle Grandstand Viewing Area: December 17th
    For the best seats on land to view the Parade, reserve your Nestle Grandstand tickets today! All seats are reserved and assigned located inside Birch State Park . Seats are $18.00 per adult and $13.00 per child 10 and under (plus tax). Group rates are available. Enjoy the Fun Zone with an assortment of interactive games for the whole family. Experience the Florida Panther's Slap Shot Game, the Coke Road Jam, spin for prizes on the 99.9 KISS prize wheel and much more! The Seminole Tribe of Florida hosts "The Outpost"; featuring Indian arts & crafts and authentic Indian dancing. Enjoy a massage; receive health screenings and safety information at The Health & Safety Zone. Stop by the Hospitality Village presented by Michelob Ultra to quench your thirst! Enjoy an ice cold Michelob Ultra, Bacardi drinks and of course all your favorite Coca-Cola products will be on ice! After getting your beverage, check out the delicious food from a variety of restaurants and vendors while enjoying the stage come alive with entertainment from Radio Disney. Fun and excitement for children and adults of all ages! 99.9 Kiss Country provides the commentary for the Parade.

    You may enter (walk in) Birch State Park for a general admission of just $2. You are invited to experience all the pre-parade activities, the Grandstands are gated and you will not be permitted inside without a ticket. You will need to bring a chair or blanket and save your spot on the Southern end of the park near the seawall for optimum viewing. There will be no vehicles permitted inside the park on Saturday, December 17.


    Winner's Circle: February 2, 2006 This event in 2006 will honor all the winners of the Seminole Hard Rock Winterfest Boat Parade and the Intracoastal Decorating Extravaganza presented by Wells Fargo Home Mortgage. Winterfest corporate sponsors, board of directors, volunteers and Winterfest supporters will be at this exclusive party to congratulate all those that went the extra mile to become a winner!

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    Standaard Christmas on Las Olas

    Christmas on Las Olas Celebrates 40 Years with a “Month” of Holiday Happenings

    Enjoy the arrival of the most enchanting season of the year - South Florida style! Join the spectacular 40-year old holiday tradition, Christmas on Las Olas on Tuesday, November 29th from 6 pm - 10 pm, when Las Olas Boulevard will be closed to traffic from SE 6th Avenue to SE 11th Avenue. The event is free and open to the public.

    Wander among the wonders of the fabulous Las Olas Boulevard shop & restaurants. Hear our children sing at the Publix entertainment arenas and the Seminole Coconut Creek Casino stage, enjoy magical animated lit displays, delight to tasty holiday treats, thrill to rides down Starbucks Snow Mountain, have a photo taken with Santa, courtesy of the 50th anniversary of Holy Cross Hospital and visit with the Winterfest gang at the Hideaway Marina display.

    This year, the fun and excitement continue throughout the month of December, every Tuesday evening (December 6, 13, 20 & 27) from 6 pm - 10 pm, with Holiday Happenings, a myriad of entertainment for all ages. See Santa at the Riverside Hotel, follow street entertainers, visit a real gingerbread house at Stork’s and listen to story hours at Flora Ottimer’s Children’s Boutique. These are the staples, but there will be a myriad of different events each week including live music, interactive shop tours and gifts for all.

    On Tuesday, December 6th, the Holiday Happenings season begins with a stroll along fabulous Las Olas Boulevard. Musical and entertainment stops will be found at 22 locations. There is also plenty of fine food, fashion and holiday treats as you enjoy a wonderful South Florida outing.

    On Tuesday, December 13th, celebrate Fiesta de Reyes, the 10th annual Three Kings Festival, sponsored by El Heraldo de Broward, for the benefit the Light of the World Clinic. Latin foods will be for sale including pan de lechon, rice, plantains, beans, specialty fruit drinks and holiday sweets. Arts & crafts gift items, from a number of Latin and South American countries, will be for sale and lend to the holiday spirit. Free salsa lessons, salsa and merengue bands, folkloric shows and holiday stylings by teen vocalist, Eana enhance the evening.

    On Tuesday, December 20th, enjoy a specially created tour for each audience segment. The kid’s tour begins with a passport at the Publix booth on Las Olas Boulevard and SE 6th Avenue, followed by visits to Santa at the Riverside Hotel, Flora Ottimer’s Story Hour, listening to carolers at Kilwin’s, visiting the Fort Lauderdale’s Children’s Theater area to do a craft project, Moda Capelli Designs for hot cocoa, and Stork’s to see a gingerbread house. All children completing the kids tour with stamped passports will receive a gift courtesy of Publix.

    The “How Do I Look?” clothier & accessories tour takes fashionistas to Indigo Palms, American Soul, Dazzles, LF Stores, ManKind, Tommy Bahama and Yellow Strawberry Salon, to see the hottest styles and to sample the trendiest wines, courtesy of Premier Beverage. A free prize awaits, at Dazzles, for those who complete the tour.

    Art and home decor aficionados will enjoy the art, antiques & more tour. It begins and ends with a stop at the historic Stranahan House followed by at Shades of Light, Casa Chameleon, Las Olas Fine Arts, the Condo Company and New River Fine Art. There will be complimentary wine tastings by Premier Beverage at each stop. Those who complete either adult tour, with stamped card, will be eligible to win a Premier liquor basket of goodies.

    On Tuesday, December 27th, join in the celebration as children of all ages thrill to the second night of the age-old eight-night Festival of Lights ... Chanukah. Ron Dagan, premier Israeli entertainer, will host the event. The lighting of a "giant" menorah, an interactive musical game, singers and Israeli dancers will be in the spotlight. Crafts and delicious ethnic food, with the favorite holiday treat, latkes, will also be sold.

    Fort Lauderdale's finest stores and restaurants, along fabulous Las Olas Boulevard, are available to fill out this fun, family evening. Event partners include Becker and Poliakoff, PA- Hollywood, United Jewish Community of Broward County, Chabad Lubavitch of Fort Lauderdale, Temple Kol-Ami, Temple Emanu-el-Plantation, Temple Beth Ahm-Israel-Cooper City, Downtown Chabad and Congregation Amchah.

    Christmas on Las Olas is a Winterfest-sanctioned event. For more information, call (954) 665-5940. And, be sure to come out each of the five Tuesdays for a variety of fabulous entertainment on awesome Las Olas Boulevard.

    De Christmas on Las Olas web site (2005):
    http://www.lasolasboulevard.com/2003/events.html

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    Standaard Holiday Fantasy of Lights

    Tradewinds Park 13th Annual Holiday Fantasy of Lights

    Celebrate the holiday season by experiencing more than two miles of captivating light displays that are guaranteed to make the entire family smile. A must-see for children and adults of all ages. The night comes alive as Tradewinds Park is transformed into a magic winter wonderland with millions of twinkling lights and larger-than-life illuminated and animated displays. Visitors will drive their own vehicles along a route lined with trees aglow with colorful lights and more than 65 festive displays. Voted “Best Kids’ Thrill” by New Times Broward/Palm Beach, Holiday Fantasy of Lights is a timeless family tradition that has attracted more than two million visitors in the past 12 years. For general information, call the Holiday Fantasy of Lights HOTLINE at 954-968-3885.

    link: http://www.broward.org/parks/hfol.htm



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