Orlando Florida is the heaven of touring.
So the visitors must have some tips on hand to make the tour an easy one.
When you think of Miami, the first thing that comes to mind might be the
stirring attraction of Walt Disney World.
Visions of Mickey and Minnie might cavort through your mind as you begin to
plan your trip.
Universal Studios operates Islands of Adventure, quite a remarkable theme park
and SeaWorld persists to pump out thrill in the water.
Walt Disney World offers your preference of four major theme parks, including
three water parks, a zoological park, six golf courses; a sports complex, 26
resort hotels and two main centers for dining, shopping, and nightlife
alternative. You could feel like you're rotating on a theme park ride before
you ever step on one, just thinking of where to begin.
Not only do the kids have a never-ending supply of fun, but adults also have
copiousness of opportunities to let loose.
Adults can enjoy a fun-filled evening as they indulge in Pleasure Island, an
oasis of clubs, restaurants, shops and movie theaters strewn throughout a
6-acre complex. When you want to take dips in that thrill, schedule a ride on
the SkyCoaster, skydiving and hang-gliding rolled into one bungee-jumping
There is for all time something going on
in Orlando. The Cypress Gardens organizes a number of festivals throughout the
year, where the Central Florida Fair takes place at the end of February.
If you visit during March, Winter Park holds its annual Winter Park Sidewalk
Art Festival - a genuine extravagance.
Other festivals to consider: International Flower & Garden, the
renowned Walt Disney World Golf Classic, as well as many holiday celebrations.
There is no get-together like a Walt Disney-Orlando party. The adrenaline rush
can be had by dint of tours.
Skyscapes Balloon Tours
You can definite see a lot when you're floating above the action. Enjoy a
pleasant hot air balloon ride, which takes you over attractive lakes and pine
forests, the Magic Kingdom with its roller coasters, tiny villages and other
bits and pieces of Orlando. Flights are by pact with a cost of $350 per pair.
You can take time off the Theme Parks and play a few rounds of golf at one of
the many, many excellent golf courses close to Orlando. For example, two
nights' accommodation at the Embassy Suites Jamaican Court, International Drive
with two rounds of golf at MetroWest and Falcon's Fire counting tools and cart
costs around $250 a person and this includes breakfast. Of course, you can also
play golf while residual at your own lodging; just ask at greeting for
Disney Cruise Line
Choose from one of two character ships which sail out of Port Canaveral 40
minutes east of Orlando. Decide upon a three or four-night cruise to the
Bahamas, a seven night Caribbean cruise or a mixture of other land and sea
adventures. There is always something for the entire family to do on one of
Transportation amenities are also available over there. Your hotel can also tell
you about free of charge shuttles to the major Theme Parks and this can be a
helpful option to driving yourself and having to park the car.
The colorful LYNX and LYMMO bus system represents Orlando's public bus system,
providing a dependable mode of transportation, serving Orange, Osceola, and
Seminole counties plus all the main attraction sites. If you're going to use
the bus, get a one day pass for about $3. There are two lines - Red Line and
Green Line and an attraction ticket costs 75 cents. Another peculiar option to
the bus is the Pedicab - on the house so mass in and has a snort.