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Planning your Florida holiday (Part 3)
You have to think of whether all members of your party are roller coaster enthusiasts or not, whether beach trips are suitable , if everyone would like a trip to things like the Space centre, some might even think it boring ! shopping for an odd day is a must for all those bargain Jeans and trainers and plan accordingly.
If you count how many days you will be there then discuss which of the parks you want to do with all the other family members. Being Florida , the one “ must do “ has to be Magic Kingdom, the very heart of all things Disney, but it doesn’t stop there as there are 4 different Disney parks and it usually takes at least a day to do each of them. So do you one park, two, three or all four ?
Next there is Universal Studio’s, and there is a sister park, Islands of adventure now too ! so that would be 6 days without anything else !
My favourite of all the parks is Seaworld, I cannot visit Orlando without a visit there, there is a lot to do but there is many shows to watch and has a more relaxed atmosphere than some of the other parks. Another favourite is Busch gardens, at Tampa, great thrill rides and a brilliant day out this attraction suits all members of the family and things can be enjoyed for all ages of the group.
Eating is not usually a problem in Orlando, you cannot fail to find somewhere to suit every bodies tastes be they young or old, sometimes if there is a large party the all you can eat buffet style restaurants are a great idea as everyone is able to pick what they want, often children eat free so this will help with the budget. Also the Malls offer so many choices you can all pick different things and meet in the middle to enjoy your meal !
The dinner shows are great fun and can be enjoy by young and old alike, these are better on a day you haven’t got planned for one of the parks as you normally would go at around 6 or 7pm and they are for about 2 or 3 hours. The food is not fantastic but the show more than makes up for it.
Having a villa also means you can often barbecue at home, or pick up some food from the many great Deli’s or take a-ways, most of the restaurants deliver too and are not terribly expensive so the choice is brilliant.
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Page added on: 2 November 2007
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