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Which is the best sailing route from Fort Lauderdale Florida to Puerto Rico?
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It is 1467-miles from Toronto to Fort Lauderdale, and takes21-hours and 27-minutes to drive that distance. The best route isto enter the US at Pease Bridge Plaza, NY. Take I-9…0 W to Buffalo,exit on to I-79 S, take US 19 South, take I-77 S on in to FortLauderdale.
The air distance from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, to San Juan, Puerto Rico, is 1,040 miles. That equals 1,674 kilometers or 904 nautical miles.
Ponce de Leon is the explorer who sailed from Puerto Rico around the coast of Florida in the 1500s.
The distance between the above places is approximately equal to 1099 nautical miles. To convert miles to nautical miles, multiply the miles by 0.86. This is point to point str…aight distance. The actual distance will change according to the route.
Take Florida's Turnpike (toll) NORTH to I-75 NORTH. . Take I-75 NORTH to I-10 to JACKSONVILLE and TALLAHASSEE. You want I-10 WEST to TALAHASSEE. . Take I-10 across the count…ry to I-5 NORTH via the 210 in California (EXIT 77B off I-10). . Take I-5 NORTH to Portland.
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Fort Lauderdale, Florida has a population of 183,126
Take I-75 SOUTH to Ft. Lauderdale. To get to Ft. Lauderdale proper, take I-595 EAST (EXIT 19 off I-75). You will be going across Alligator Alley which is a toll road. The t…otal cash fare (assuming you drive a car) is $2.50 ($2.00 for SunPass users).
Juan Ponce de Leon made his departure from Puerto Rico on 4 March 1513 and landed in Florida on 2 April 1513.
It is as far as Ft. Lauderdale but to the west more.
In Puerto Rico
I am studying the explorers of the world and i know for a fact that it is Ponce de Leon.
Define "better." They're different sections of I-75, so it's mostly interstate driving. Fort Lauderdale to Naples is better known as "Alligator Alley." It's shorter and faster… than the Tampa route, but other than a few tourist traps, there's a whole lot of nothing to see. Tampa to Naples is a coastal route and you're usually near the water. The Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary is a must-see for nature lovers.
If you want to watch the ocean, take A1A. If you want to get therequickly, take I-95.
Fort Lauderdale contains many attractions. Some of these include the Intracoastal Waterway, the Beachfront and the Broward Center for Performing Arts. This is a picturesque to…wn with many different varieties of entertainment on offer.