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Chalet Suzanne
Another item on our ‘to do’ list was Chalet Suzanne and we finally got the chance to fit it into a hectic schedule in September 2006. It is as quaint and a pretty as it sounds and at just less than an hour from the Orlando area it is not too taxing a...
Viewed 2952 times since 1 September 2008.

The best month to visit Florida.
I am often asked what time of year is the best to visit Florida. Well, I decided I would discuss it with you and see if we can get a consensus. Let us go through the months one by one JANUARY So nice to get away from the U. K. ...
Viewed 2525 times since 22 June 2012.

Breakfast at Chef Mickeys
This morning we had an Advance Dining Reservation (ADR) booked at Chef Mickey’s for breakfast. It was a nice early start for us leaving the villa at 8. 15am remembering to take the camera with us to capture those special moments with the Disney chara...
Viewed 2845 times since 7 June 2010.

Key West and Turtle Point Part 2
Just across from the Face Painting and Tattoo stall you come to the Brush Art stall. This is a great place to buy mementos of your holiday or presents for others for Christmas, Birthdays or other special occasions. One of the main att...
Viewed 1144 times since 3 November 2014.

Car hire and Driving in Florida
Car hire and driving in Florida Car hire really is a must when visiting Orlando, although you can get around with buses and other transport it is very limiting. If you are having a car always make sure you have got your Uk driving ...
Viewed 3172 times since 4 June 2011.

Lake Jackson Mounds Archaeological State Park.
While the vast majority of visitors head for Central Florida and the theme parks around Orlando, there are some who travel a bit further afield to get a feel for what many, including the residents, would call ‘the Real Florida’. So for anybod...
Viewed 2104 times since 16 October 2010.

Bull Riding on South Gulf Coast
Bull Riding at Charlotte County Fairground – South Gulf Coast, Florida If you want to try something different then why not go to a Bull Riding Meeting. The Southern States Bull Riding Series competition is held every Saturday at the Ch...
Viewed 4002 times since 1 September 2008.

A Visit to Main Street - Part 1
Main Street can be very busy especially before during and immediately after the Parade so it is easy to miss all that there is to enjoy there. Some visitors just walk through it using the backdrop of Cinderella’s Castle and the balloon sellers for th...
Viewed 1680 times since 15 December 2012.

The Old Fish Restaurant.
The Old Fish Restaurant is in Cocoa Beach Causeway and is a simple unpreposessing restaurant with a tasty menu at reasonable prices. This is the home of the ' all you can eat Blue Crab' feast. This costs $28 per person and comes with corn fri...
Viewed 2625 times since 8 July 2010.

The East Coast - Cocoa and Daytona
As villa owners we often have guests staying with us when we visit our home which inevitably means we are visiting the same parks and attractions many times over! Having visited the Kennedy Space Center several times we decided when yet more ...
Viewed 2879 times since 1 September 2008.

Drive from West Palm Beach to Naples.
After four day’s in West Palm Beach we took to the road again, this time the 441 south towards Fort Lauderdale, we were on our way to the gulf coast and to the resort of Naples. On route we found ourselves skirting around Fort Lauderdale to t...
Viewed 3648 times since 1 September 2008.

Cedar Breaks National Monument Utah - Part 1
Cedar Breaks National Monument is situated in the state of Utah on US 89 about 30 to 40 minutes drive from the moderately sized town of Cedar city. If you are combining a trip to Cedar Breaks with other National Parks in the area it is 45 miles from ...
Viewed 688 times since 1 January 2016.

Shoneys for Everything
I must admit Shoneys is one of our favourite places for breakfast but of course they are open all day and late into the evening so they are also a good place to go for other meals. We go to the one on the 192 it is sandwiched in between G...
Viewed 2461 times since 3 February 2011.

Whats new in cruise ships? Part 2
The cruise industry continues to boom, and with many new ships to join their fleets in the next four years it looks as if there will be even more choice than there is now. Whilst Costa appear to be producing the most new ships – three before ...
Viewed 2465 times since 11 October 2010.

Discovering The Unexpected – St Augustine
We had heard a little of St Augustine before we first visited. We had heard it was the oldest town in Florida. From all of our previous experience of Florida, “old” seemed to equate to about 1960. Old were the ’58 Corvettes in the vintage car parade ...
Viewed 2766 times since 1 September 2008.

Kentucky: a road trip through the state - Part 37
As you travel around the state you will come across many craft and art workshops some are in towns and others have been set up in the barns of old farms. You just need to keep an eye out as your drive around as you may come across a real gem. The nex...
Viewed 685 times since 25 March 2016.

Salute Restaurant Key West part 1
The centre of Key West and the Duval St area is saturated with restaurants which cater for every palate and budget. If, however, you are spending a day at the beach or are staying near the beach in Key West, particularly in the Casa Marina area, then...
Viewed 654 times since 2 October 2016.

The Florida Aquarium – an overview
The Florida Aquarium was established in 1995, covers over 200, 000 square feet and is rated as one of the top ten aquariums in the United States. The Aquarium has 4 main galleries; - The Wetlands Here you can follow the story of...
Viewed 2321 times since 16 October 2010.

Crystal River Archaeological State Park
When we visited the Crystal River preserve state park we took the Heritage- Eco boat tour and whilst on the tour our guide pointed out The Crystal River Archaeological State Park and museum so we decided to stop by for a visit. In ord...
Viewed 966 times since 18 November 2015.

The new Chrysler Sebring Convertible
Two years ago in the summer of 2006 we organised, through the car rental pages of this website (http://www. orlandovillas. com/car_hire. aspx) , the hire of a Chrysler Sebring convertible. The family enjoyed the car so much that we felt that we must ...
Viewed 3811 times since 29 September 2008.

Kentucky: a road trip through the state - Part 22
Once you have a basic understanding of the processes involved in Bourbon production you can take the various tours and enjoy the tasting without the need to follow everything the guides are saying. As we were in Bardstown, aft...
Viewed 731 times since 5 March 2016.

T.H.Stone Memorial Park
The T. H. Stone Memorial St Joseph Peninsula State Park is is situated in Port St Joe on Cap San Blas Rd. This area was once occupied by those Native Americans known as The Weedon Culture. This would have been from around 5000 to 2000 A. D. s...
Viewed 2106 times since 18 August 2009.

Magic Kingdom Reviewed
Magic Kingdom at Disney World, Florida is the Worlds most famous theme park and is one nearly everyone will visit at some stage of their stay in Orlando. The park itself has not changed much over the years and still has its original charm and charact...
Viewed 2200 times since 29 December 2010.

Weeki Watchee Springs
It’s a couple of years now since we last visited Weeki Watchee Springs so it’s time we had another visit. That’s the trouble with Florida-there’s just too much to do in a two week trip. The way we went there was straight up the 27 and turn of...
Viewed 2979 times since 1 September 2008.

A Minivan or Grand Caravan - a rental car of choice.
To a British ‘audience’ the phrase “Minivan” conjures up an image of a vintage Austin Mini estate that was popular with plumbers, window cleaners et. al circa 1970 driven with attitude similarly the term “Grand Caravan” sounds like something out of a...
Viewed 2391 times since 17 November 2011.

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