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Culture in St. Pete’s
If visitors to Florida have heard of St Pete’s, or to give the city it full title ‘St Petersburg’, then the majority of them will probably associate the city with wonderful sandy beaches which are located about 10 miles southwest of ‘downtown’ at the...
Viewed 3508 times since 1 September 2008.

Solomon's Castle- Ona Florida
One of the oddest and quirky places you can visit in Florida surely has to be Solomon’s Castle which can be found approximately half way between Bradenton on the gulf coast and Sweetwater in the town on Ona . It is the home, gallery and studi...
Viewed 4303 times since 1 September 2008.

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 3435 times since 1 September 2008.

My Florida holiday diary. Day 3
Day 3 After a magical and very long day at the Magic kingdom yesterday we decided to do something more relaxing……a water park. Typhoon Lagoon was chose and we got our swimwear and sun cream and set off to the park. It was a lovely sunny da...
Viewed 2076 times since 9 September 2012.

Monument Valley Part 3
Continued from Part 2 Before you decide to embark on the self guided tour, a word to the wise. The roads are unpaved and extremely rough, your car suspension is sure to suffer! In dry weather they are very, very, dusty and your car, an...
Viewed 1251 times since 4 February 2016.

The Maine Event
Which is exploring mountains and sea in this marvellous state Just recently to mark the centenary of the National Park Service, the service has been offering extra guided tours of some of its most breathtaking scenery in the wilds of M...
Viewed 100 times since 15 September 2018.

Disney World through the eyes of a two year old boy - part 2
Climbing up the Swiss Family Robinson’s tree house was great fun, all small boys like to climb and he is no exception. We had trouble getting him of this to go and do other things. The highlight of the day was, and suspect is for most...
Viewed 1869 times since 23 December 2013.

Kentucky: a road trip through the state- Part 41
Covered Bridges Kentucky' s ' Timbered Tunnels' are rare and scenic view of past times. These covered bridges are remarkable combinations of both engineering and architecture. Now days they provide a weathered reminder of earlier times...
Viewed 1427 times since 3 April 2016.

Restaurant Review - The Olive Garden
We have been going to Orlando now for over 6 years and each time we visit, we have at least one meal at The Olive Garden. There are several in the Orlando area, one on International Drive, one on Highway 192 and another up by the Mall at Millennia, s...
Viewed 3937 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 3405 times since 22 December 2010.

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 582 times since 12 February 2018.

Breakfast.
To coin a phrase from the old Supertramp hit record, let’s look at “Breakfast in America” or on this case “Breakfast in Florida”! Breakfast in Florida is certainly an event; it may take the form of an “all you can eat” buffet or a sit down, f...
Viewed 3021 times since 12 August 2010.

Canada – Québec City an Overview
The crown jewel of the French part of Canada is undoubtedly Québec City. It is one of North America’s oldest and most outstanding settlements. Its attractive Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is a living museum of narrow cobblestone street...
Viewed 1662 times since 11 July 2016.

Cruise Ships from Port Canaveral
If you have enough time to combine a cruise with a vacation in a beautiful villa in Orlando, then Port Canaveral is an ideal choice of port to embark from, due to its location just an hour away. Although it does not yet have the range of ships to cho...
Viewed 3102 times since 11 March 2010.

Florida Botanical Gardens.
I know that many people factor in a day at Clearwater Beach during their wonderful Disney area holiday. Well, next time you do that, drive a little further and visit the stunning Florida Botanical Gardens in Largo. These gardens w...
Viewed 1958 times since 12 April 2013.

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 2446 times since 18 August 2009.

A visit to Alcatraz in the bay of San Francisco
If you are in San Francisco with half a day to spare then this is a trip that is well worth your time. Just remember to put on something warm as the wind chill factor is quite high even in summer. Regular Alcatraz tours including the ferry trip and a...
Viewed 1675 times since 4 January 2016.

My favourite stores in Orlando
My favourite store in Orlando is J C Penny and in particular the one in The Florida Mall. Every time I visit they are having a sale and whenever I think I have had a good bargain, I get to the till to find they have taken even more money off. My aver...
Viewed 3370 times since 20 December 2011.

Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park
We have been visiting Florida now for over seventeen years and are still discovering new places of interest every year. Our most recent new discovery is the Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park situated in, not surprisingly, Homosassa. The l...
Viewed 3171 times since 22 September 2009.

Character breakfasts.
A couple of my recent guests have expressed surprise that Universal offer a character breakfast; well they do! This is held in the Cafe La Bamba from 8 a. m. to 10 a. m. every morning. The characters you will meet (as I write)...
Viewed 2308 times since 20 July 2012.

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 3462 times since 1 September 2008.

Why Go Back To Orlando
When my mother heard we were going to Orlando she said, “Fancy spending two weeks at a fun fair. ” Well you wont be surprised to hear that she had never been further than Italy in her 92 years on this earth. Not only do many people go to a “Fun Fair”...
Viewed 3190 times since 3 February 2012.

Flagler Beach
We love watching a ‘House in Florida’ on Sky TV. In one episode the presenter travelled to St Augustine, to be honest even owning a villa in Orlando and vacationing in the sunshine state for years we had never really ventured outside the ‘golden tria...
Viewed 3535 times since 1 September 2008.

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 3622 times since 4 June 2011.

Why do owner's own?
Why do owner’s own? Briefly I will explain the legal side of owning a property in Florida which the owner wishes to be available for rental on a week-by-week basis; this is known as a Short Term Rental (STR). Each county in Florida, and t...
Viewed 2606 times since 3 July 2012.

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