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An owners 'holiday':shopping and fun!
And so. . . . . the deep clean is done (check) all marks magic sponged /repainted (check) all maintenance issues have been addressed (check) any stray items returned to their correct home (check) Oh, Goody! Now time to have some fun. r...
Viewed 2334 times since 15 October 2011.

St. Petersburg
One of my favorite places in Florida apart from Orlando is St. Petersburg. In just under two hours you can be on one of the most beautiful beaches around, the sand is white and fine and the beaches seem to go on forever, a truly idyllic place to r...
Viewed 3244 times since 1 September 2008.

A visit to Salt Lake City - Part 4
On our second day in Salt Lake City we were keen to visit the Family Search Center and the Family History Library. The Family Search Center is situated in the Joseph Smith Memorial building which can be found on the south east corner ...
Viewed 898 times since 17 January 2016.

Lights, Cameras, Action!
When you visit Hollywood Studios, (that is the old MGM studios with a new name) You must make sure that you schedule in a visit to this show. Apart from Fantasmic, which was absolutely amazing, this was the part of the visit that we enjoyed the most....
Viewed 2837 times since 5 November 2008.

New York JFK Airport
John F Kennedy International Airport was, of course, named after the famous President of the 1960’s, who was, sadly, assassinated on November 22nd, 1963. Originally named ‘New York International Airport, ’ it was renamed in memory of the late preside...
Viewed 3389 times since 17 April 2009.

Mount Dora
Mount Dora is a charming little town about 35 miles north of Orlando and is a true Mecca for antique collectors. There are probably more interesting and varied antique dealers per square foot than any other place in Florida. To top that off, nearb...
Viewed 3723 times since 1 September 2008.

Shops and Restaurants at Premium Outlets Part 4
Our favourite amongst the stalls around the malls is the one that sells Wind Spinners we visit it on every holiday and either bring home a spinner for ourselves or as a gift for family or friends. Situated next to this is a Nail Art stall that the gi...
Viewed 2663 times since 11 March 2012.

Kentucky: a road trip through the state - Part 54
The Cumberland Gap Visitor Centre is located on U. S. Highway 25E just southeast of Middlesboro, Kentucky and just northwest of the Cumberland Gap Tunnel and the town of Cumberland Gap, Tennessee. The visitor centre has a museum that tells you all ab...
Viewed 848 times since 1 June 2016.

New Port Richey
Just to the north of Tampa, and Tarpon Springs, lies the city of New Port Richey. This likable community hosts an array of events throughout the year both in its charming downtown area and in the neighbourhood of Sims Park, where a large auditorium h...
Viewed 3497 times since 1 September 2008.

ESTA
ESTA stands for the Electronic System for Travel Authorisation and is a requirement for travel to the USA for anyone travelling under the Visa Waiver Programme. From 9th July 2009 the ESTA replaced the green I94W form which previously, was ...
Viewed 2238 times since 8 August 2012.

Winter Park - home of the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum
The city of Winter Park is situated north-east of and adjacent to Orlando. Due to it’s close proximity to Orlando, Winter Park is a city which many commuters traverse to access Downtown Orlando. However, on a cool sunny Spring day, it is the ideal pl...
Viewed 1412 times since 1 August 2013.

Ride Guide – It’s Tough to be a Bug
Ride Guide – It’s Tough to be a Bug Put on your special bug eyes and join with some creep-crawly friends as you find that it is “Tough to be a Bug”. This 3D movie is hosted by Flik, the inventive ant from the Disney-Pixar film A Bug’s Life. ...
Viewed 2080 times since 28 July 2011.

Flying to Florida with US Airways – Part 4
As a special birthday treat my husband and I are flying out to Fort Lauderdale with US Airways, via Charlotte, to pick up a Caribbean cruise. Boarding complete, our aircraft is hurtling down the runway. We are seated right by the engine, and ...
Viewed 2322 times since 22 October 2010.

Shipwreck Historium Museum, Key West
Key West, although a tiny island, just 3½ miles by 1 ½ miles, is a treasure trove of interesting places to visit, many of them centred around Mallory Square. As a magnet for artists and famous people, as well as a shipwrecker’s paradise, Key West has...
Viewed 5349 times since 1 September 2008.

Aldi
Aldi has come to town! Aldi is a German owned supermarket that I have recently discovered the 9th biggest retailer in the world! The first store in Florida opened in 2008 and their hub is in Haines City. For the benefit of our American me...
Viewed 3099 times since 5 March 2011.

Shops and Restaurants at Premium Outlets Part 1
Whether you wish to shop or eat you are really spoilt for choice at this Vineland Road location. You can access this from the I4 but if the traffic is heavy and you are staying anywhere near the 192 just go along there until you come to the 535 and t...
Viewed 2457 times since 11 March 2012.

St Augustine – Red Train Tours (part 2)
Back on the miniature Red Train again and the driver continues with his narration of all the important historical facts of this wonderful city. Our next stop is Dow Museum of Historical Houses and then onto the Ximenez – Fatio House built by Andres X...
Viewed 3062 times since 13 February 2009.

Chevrolet Trailblazer
On my last trip to Florida I chose to use Budget to supply my rental car for our 2 week stay and was lucky enough to be upgraded to a Chevrolet Trailblazer, Budget’s standard sized SUV (Sports Utility Vehicle). With my wife and two teenage daughters ...
Viewed 3732 times since 1 September 2008.

A visit to the space coast and Kennedy space centre
Kennedy space centre is a truly awesome place to visit. The visitor complex is the best place to start. Here we have an IMAX theatre were they show 2 different films on stunning screens which are more than 5 storeys high. The first film we saw was Ma...
Viewed 2815 times since 8 July 2010.

Hints and Tips for Discovery Cove
1. Get there early. They open at 7. 30 and if you are there soon after that you can park very close and have your pick of times for the additional attractions such as the dolphin swim and Sea Venture. You have paid a lot to be there so you might as ...
Viewed 3614 times since 26 December 2012.

Review on Rainforest Café, Florida
Review on Rainforest Café, Florida On the 15th of December 2011, I visited the Rainforest Café in Downtown Disney as it was my birthday. When I walked into the restaurant my eyes were excited with the sights that were in the re...
Viewed 1875 times since 27 November 2012.

Entering the USA from Canada
The majority of UK visitors to the USA will enter by air or sea, and those who are eligible for visa waiver will have completed an ESTA prior to embarking on their journey. (For details see articles on this site) What many people do no...
Viewed 835 times since 4 December 2016.

Jungle Queen Riverboat Tour, Fort Lauderdale
Just north of Miami is the fascinating city of Fort Lauderdale. and it is here that you can take a very special cruise, through the intercoastal waterways and down to Miami. No, not on one of the giant cruise liners, but on the beautiful, traditional...
Viewed 3898 times since 1 September 2008.

Kentucky: a road trip through the state - Part 38
HISTORIC PLACES IN THE BLUEGRASS REGION History beckons from every direction in the Bluegrass Region so here is just a sample of some of the attractions that are worth visiting if you happen to be in the area. There are so many that it...
Viewed 1110 times since 26 March 2016.

Kentucky: a road trip through the state - Part 45
Covered Bridges continued :- In Lewis, Mason and Bracken counties which are all to the north of Lexington along the Ohio River you will find some more covered bridges. If you are in Lexington then to get to the general area you need t...
Viewed 975 times since 12 April 2016.

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