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Kentucky: a road trip through the state - Part 29
There are two other horse related places in the area that are worth talking about. Also if you’re not really into thoroughbreds but still like horses then these may even be a better option for you. The first is The Kentucky Horse Park...
Viewed 2452 times since 24 March 2016.

Ringling Museum, Sarasota
If you are staying on the Florida Gulf Coast something which will be enjoyed by all members of the family is the Ringling Museum in Sarasota. Just off the 41 opposite University Parkway, it is a short walk from the car park but there is plenty of roo...
Viewed 3933 times since 18 September 2012.

Daytona Speedway Track
On our annual vacation to our villas this year we were keen to see some less obvious aspects of Florida. On our way in to Daytona Beach, we passed the famous Daytona International Speedway track. Having acquired a taste for racing at the...
Viewed 3584 times since 6 September 2012.

Chevrolet Equinox - standard SUV
On a very short recent visit to Florida I chose to use Alamo to supply my rental car for our 1 week stay. On this trip I chose a Chevrolet Equinox AWD standard SUV from the parking Lot. With my wife and two teenage daughters luggage capacity is one o...
Viewed 2388 times since 23 April 2013.

The Last Launch of Shuttle Discovery
It took me five attempts to see a shuttle launch. Each time I scheduled a trip, the launch got moved just outside of my time in Florida. Twice I extended my trip to try and catch it but I had no luck… Until now. Ever since I was a young boy, I was fa...
Viewed 3009 times since 3 May 2014.

Toronto - Part 1
Toronto is the capital of Ontario, Canada, and sits on the North-West of Lake Ontario. Currency is the Canadian dollar and the average high temperature in June is 25c and the average low is 13c. En route from the airport, the sunbaked...
Viewed 308 times since 2 January 2019.

Our trip to Anna Marie Island - August 2006
We decided to have a break from our “villa owner” chores, and booked a five night stay at Anna Marie Island. Anna Marie Island is approximately a two hour, very pleasant, drive from our villa in Kissimmee. The Island is just seven miles long ...
Viewed 4284 times since 1 September 2008.

A day out in Winter Park, Orlando
A day trip to Winter Park, Orlando. If you’re looking to do a bit of retail shopping and have a bite to eat then won’t go wrong with Winter Park. This peaceful, upscale community may be just outside the hustle and bustle of Orlando, b...
Viewed 1674 times since 28 December 2015.

Lake Louisa One of Florida's Hidden Gems
Talk about Florida holidays to anyone and they immediately think of visiting theme parks and beaches. On our many trips to Florida we have often drove past Lake Louisa’s National State Park and promised ourselves a visit. Well on our last vacation we...
Viewed 5829 times since 1 September 2008.

Everglades National Park :- The Practicalities of a Visit
Getting there: The park is on the southern tip of mainland Florida. The nearest airports are in Miami, 50 miles and Fort Lauderdale, 65 miles away from the park''s eastern entrance and in Fort Myers, 31 miles from the western entrance. If...
Viewed 4868 times since 1 September 2008.

St John's Pass
During your stay in Florida if you fancy a change from the main Attractions you may decide to visit the Gulf coast. Clearwater is easily accessible by the Interstate 4 from the Orlando area and here you will find one of the best beaches in Flo...
Viewed 5136 times since 1 September 2008.

How to stop sea sickness – Part 1
Nothing ruins a journey to an island paradise like the onset of motion sickness however there are ways to help you combat this before it strikes. Motion sickness is your body’s expression of confusion. The brain likes the signals it r...
Viewed 167 times since 6 May 2019.

Blue Springs
Just north of Orlando at Orange City (Junction 114 on the I4) is a little piece of unspoiled Florida that delights under the name of Blue Springs. Here there is no huge entrance charge, (just $5 per car), no parades, no characters just peace, tranqui...
Viewed 4239 times since 1 September 2008.

A Day At The Gulf Coast
What do you come to Orlando, Florida for? Is it the whole Disney experience? Is it to visit other critically acclaimed theme parks such as Universal Studios and Sea World? Is it the weather – probably not if you were there in August/September 04?...
Viewed 6100 times since 1 September 2008.

Minnesota: Ely - Part 1
Ely is one of America’s gateaways, one of the last pure outdoor experience. Discover wilderness lakes and forests unchanged by the hand of man. Canoe for days without ever seeing another human being. Hide along wooden trails, where nature touches you...
Viewed 1389 times since 12 February 2018.

CiCi’s Pizza
After overspending on park admissions, shopping and eating out, you may find yourself looking for a less expensive option for dinner one night. Hard to believe, but this fantastic pizza buffet really is only around $5. 00 per person and the food is g...
Viewed 2967 times since 28 December 2011.

Kentucky: A road trip through the state - Part 1
Every few years we like to pick a state or region of the U. S. and go on a road trip with only a little planning. What I mean by this is that we pick out some of the places we want to go but do not have a set itinerary apart from the first and last d...
Viewed 2386 times since 8 January 2016.

Biscayne National Park
Florida is home to three National Parks, maybe not as well known globally as say Yellowstone, Yosemite or the Grand Canyon National Parks, but they certainly possess their own natural beauty. Probably the best known of the Florida National Pa...
Viewed 5290 times since 1 September 2008.

Best Buys in Orlando - Part 1
One of the great things about a trip to Orlando, apart from the theme parks, is the shopping. With Britain deep in recession and more cut backs to come, if you are lucky enough to be able to go to Orlando you will be able to make great savings on so ...
Viewed 3953 times since 22 December 2010.

Leu Gardens
Florida’s Hidden Gem All parked out and nowhere to go? You could try a relaxing day at the Harry P Leu Gardens, a peaceful horticultural haven in North Forest Avenue, Orlando. We found the address on Google and set off for a non-Disney day...
Viewed 3209 times since 6 September 2012.

Kentucky: a road trip through the state - Part 47
Academics and theology scholars have many different opinions about the followers of Mother Ann. They are not certain if they believed she was the female reincarnation or if she was just a prophet predicting that the second coming would be in a female...
Viewed 1738 times since 12 April 2016.

Fort Lauderdale
Is a very lively resort there are lots of discos and café bars and has a very good night life and is a great choice to add a bit of fun to your Orlando vacation Fort Lauderdale has two main areas the downtown area has lots of parks and is quit...
Viewed 3886 times since 1 September 2008.

Circle B Bar Reserve Part 2 Heron Hideout and Marsh Rabbit Run
Circle B Bar Reserve Part 2 Heron Hideout and Marsh Rabbit Run Before reading this article, you would be well advised to read part 1 and also the article on Polk’s Nature Discovery Centre. On my second day visit to Circle B Bar...
Viewed 3922 times since 15 March 2012.

Lake Como
A superstar on its own right, Lake Como has been cast in many iconic movies. Oceans twelve was a great excuse to include George Clooney’s lakeside villa in some of the pivotal scenes, It is worthy of a watch simply for glimpses of Italy’s most celebr...
Viewed 74 times since 4 September 2019.

Clearwater
A holiday to Orlando is never complete in my opinion without a day trip to Clearwater/St. Petersburgh! The drive to Clearwater takes approx 1¼ hours from the US 27. Clearwater has a beautiful stretch of white soft sand and is a lively beach w...
Viewed 4419 times since 1 September 2008.

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