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Hemingway House and Museum Key West
The Hemingway House and Museum on Whitehead Street in Key West is a National Historic Landmark. The mansion and gardens are open to the public from 9 - 5 pm 365 days of the year and the entrance fee when we visited in Nov 2007 was $11 with a ...
Viewed 5209 times since 1 September 2008.

Edward Bok; his gift to the nation.
Bok Gardens is the most wonderful tourist attraction. It features wildlife gardens and bird sanctuary with a 60 bell Carillon tower. This is located in Lake Wales which is a fairly easy drive from your vacation villa and well worth a visit. <...
Viewed 3529 times since 3 October 2011.

Eating out in Orlando
I thought I would compile a short document of eating out in Florida as we seem to learn about something new every time we go. It is of course similar to eating anywhere in the world but you do see a lot of people just using their fork. Finger...
Viewed 4316 times since 17 October 2010.

Brussels - Prt 1
As the nerve centre of the European Union, Brussels is a truly cosmopolitan city. Once designated as the “Cultural Capital of Europe”, you’ll find that Belgium’s capital continues to live up to that accolade. Enjoy this city’s numerou...
Viewed 474 times since 31 December 2019.

Bangkok - Part 3
For further pre-dinner entertainment head over to Lumpinee Boxing stadium to watch a traditional Muay Thai fight. You will see strong displays of force and respect as local and foreign fighter’s battle it out in the ring. For dinner, ...
Viewed 689 times since 28 October 2018.

Taj Mahal, India – Part 2
The Taj Mahal is a statement in marble, an awesome architectural statement that declares the opulence and extravagance of 17th-century Mughal architecture. It’s listed by UNESCO and, in 2007, was voted one of the New 7 Wonders of the World. This enor...
Viewed 658 times since 7 April 2019.

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 4366 times since 17 April 2009.

US Airways - Via Charlotte to Florida
Looking at some of the prices for direct flights out of the UK to Florida I was wondering if we would ever get out to Orlando and our Villa. Getting withdrawal symptoms and a lack of sun pushed me over the edge into really trying to get alternative o...
Viewed 3965 times since 27 June 2012.

Labadee – Royal Caribbean’s Private Island Paradise.
Over 30 years ago the first ‘private’ island was developed by Norwegian Cruise Lines, and this was a totally new concept – that of an exclusive paradise island retreat for the use of its passengers. Since then all the major cruise lines in the Caribb...
Viewed 5186 times since 18 October 2010.

Cirque du Soleil
This is an expensive evening out and we had visited our villa in Orlando for several years before we went to see a performance. Cirque Du Soleil is located in Downtown Disney’ s West Side. From Downtown Orlando take I-4 West to exit 68 ...
Viewed 1207 times since 1 September 2008.

Avignon, France - Part 1
If you fancy getting away what better than a trip to the historic and gastronomic Provençal city of Avignon. It is an easy train journey or short flight away and is ideal for that long weekend break you have been promising yourself. W...
Viewed 677 times since 11 February 2019.

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 2774 times since 25 March 2016.

The Little White House Key West
When visiting Key West Harry Trumans Little White House ( not to be confused with Roosevelts Little White House in Georgia) is well worth a couple of hours of your time. Situated on Front Street the museum is close to the centre of Ke...
Viewed 2188 times since 27 December 2015.

Naples
If you fancy travelling a little further afield, during your stay in Orlando, we can thoroughly recommend a trip south to Naples. An overnight stay is recommended, as it really is too far to travel there and back in one day and enjoy Naples at the sa...
Viewed 4204 times since 1 September 2008.

The Cheescake Factory
Oh my gosh, you have to eat here! ! The first time we entered The Cheesecake Factory, it was with only dessert in mind. My husband and I were enjoying a great evening out and thought we would finish off our night with a great dessert. We were absolut...
Viewed 4432 times since 1 September 2008.

A side trip to Key West Part 1
We have been coming to Florida for almost 20 years now, and whilst we have explored both the East and West coasts extensively, we have never traveled to The Florida Keys. Having friends with us who were keen to visit Key West, this trip we we...
Viewed 4595 times since 1 September 2008.

Take A City Break With A Twist - Part 1
The current trend of delving into great wildernesses, and seeking out wide open and people less places can be very pleasant. However sometimes it’s fun to go where there are people. Exploring the planet is all about every side of travel so let’s embr...
Viewed 395 times since 5 August 2019.

The Sandbar
What a fabulous place. On our last trip to Florida we spent a lovely day at Anna Maria Island, situated on the west coast of Florida near to Bradenton. The day was made really special by our lunch at the Sandbar, so I thought you might like an...
Viewed 5641 times since 1 September 2008.

Boggy Creek Airboats in Florida
If you cannot make the long journey down to the Everglades, but would love to experience the thrill of an air boat ride, why not try the next best way at Bogey Creek. There are two Boggy Creeks, one near Orlando International Airport and the other a...
Viewed 4748 times since 1 September 2008.

A visit to Salt Lake City - Part 3
By now it was approaching mid afternoon and it was time we became selective about our sight seeing or else, due to time constraints we were going to miss out on things we really wanted to see. Being Sunday, the Joseph Smith Memorial B...
Viewed 2107 times since 17 January 2016.

Key West Trolley Tour
One of the best ways to see Key West is to take the Old Town Trolley Tour. The ninety-minute tour covers the whole of Key West. You are able to get off and then reboard at any of the stops as you make one complete loop. We started our tour at...
Viewed 4689 times since 1 September 2008.

Bogotá, Colombia – Part 2
Start your visit by concentrating on La Candelaria, the atmospheric old quarter, full of colonial houses built more than 300 years ago. Lose yourself in the cobbled streets and spend time people watching, particularly in Bolívar Square. This is where...
Viewed 514 times since 18 May 2019.

Cambridge - Part 2
The family’s exceptional collection of works by Ben Nicholson, David Jones, Henri-Gaudier, Joan Miro, Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth among others was and still is displayed with the meticulousness and elegance of a haiku, a poem in glass, china, wo...
Viewed 343 times since 5 August 2019.

Farmers Market at Mt Dora.
Do you like Mt Dora? we do not like it. . . . we LOVE it! If you have never been to this charming historic town, do not let the name worry you; no mountains in sight, just a gentle hill! This quaint little town has a gorgeous ...
Viewed 3027 times since 20 July 2012.

Take A City Break With A Twist - Part 3
7. Coimbra : Pay a visit Portugal’s oldest university town With its cobbled streets, superb coffee, pastries and low numbers of tourists, Coimbra is a great alternative for a Portuguese city bre...
Viewed 366 times since 5 August 2019.

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