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Choose a Safari - Part 3

When I started to look into this trip I was amazed at the number of options that were available to the more adventurous traveller. I have completed this review with all the details that I looked and have to say that there is no way I would try most o...
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Port Canaveral - The Passenger Terminals

Port Canaveral boasts six passenger terminals, including one designed specifically for the Disney ships, which embark and disembark passengers from several cruise liners. As the port expands it is beginning to attract many more cruise ships. Whilst n...
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When to go to Orlando

We have been to our villa in every month of the year and are often asked when the best time to go is. I know many guests are restricted to school holidays but thought I would just give an overview. January - If you are there immediately a...
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Flying to Fort Lauderdale with US Airways – Part 2

As a special birthday treat my husband and I are flying out to Florida to pick up a Caribbean cruise. We normally visit our beautiful home, but this time we can only fit in a short trip. We have booked flights with US Airways, from Gatwick to...
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Villa de Flora - a teenagers view

Villa de Flora is a wonderful place to dine. Villa de Flora is in Gaylord Palms Conference Centre, which is close to Interstate 4 exit 65. The centre of the complex is covered with a very high glass dome , which gives you a feeling of being outside w...
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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...
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Visit Mount Dora

Mount Dora, set amongst the citrus groves of Lake County, this town is one of the prettiest Victorian settlements left in the State. It’s name comes from both the relatively high local elevation and the small lake on which it sits. The town was origi...
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Kentucky: a road trip through the state - Part 28

While the farms listed below may not have a resident Kentucky Derby winner they do each have their own unique history, local crafted barns and landscaping. Lane' s End Farm:- This farm has been compared in a number of places to a nati...
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Adventures Unlimited – the rope challenges.

High in Florida’s panhandle there are rolling hills, fast flowing streams and dense forest. It is a region that seems totally disconnected to the main peninsula and what most people come to associate with a trip to the sunshine state. But her...
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Antigua, Guatemala – Part 3

Antigua is packed with tourist rubbish often made in Asia. If you want to see or buy quality crafts and antiques then stop off at the Casa de Artes, which has an excellent collection of ceremonial masks, textiles and majolica ceramics. Then round off...
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Toronto - Part 2

You’d be remiss not to visit this bustling food bazaar, local chefs serve up everything from paella with pork belly and duck from a local, all organic farm to Tibetan dumplings. Toronto has the second biggest Tibetan population in the world. It’s ear...
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Alpine Trail Cedar Breaks Utah

On a day visit to Cedar Breaks National Monument we were looking for a short hike, not too challenging or strenuous, just something that would take us away from the main hub of visitor overlooks and give us an opportunity to see more of the park. The...
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Kuala Lumpur - an overview - Part 3

Merdeka (Independence) Square was once the cricket field of the Royal Selangor Club. Its current claim to fame is that it now plays host to the world’s tallest flagpole which stands at an incredible 95m. As the day comes to an end then why not treat ...
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Shopping at Posner Park

Posner Park is situated on the 27 south just after the junction with the I4. If you want to enjoy your shopping without the hustle and bustle of crowds and also make the most of the car parking it is a good place to go. We usually hea...
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Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens

If you are ever in the West Palm Beach area of Florida and feel the need for a cultural ‘fix’ then a visit to the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens is highly recommended. Ann Norton lived from 1905 to 1982 and was the second wife of Ralph Hubbard ...
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Arnold Palmer Bay Hill Invitational Golf

None of our family are golfers but we do spend many hours often until very late at night watching the USA PGA golf on television. So we were delighted this year when whilst staying at our villa in March one of our American friends got us tickets to t...
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Take A City Break With A Twist - Part 2

4. Salta : Live the life of an Argentine gaucho Often called Salta la Linda which translates to ‘Salta the beautiful’, this handsome colonial city is surrounded by Andean peaks, red rock valleys ...
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The Shuttle Atlantis Exhibit (spoiler free)

The Atlantis exhibit at the Kennedy Space Centre opened in July 2013 and I was lucky enough to pay a visit a couple of weeks after it opened. Before seeing it in person, I had read lots on the internet about the engineering required t...
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Visiting the Parks Part 2

If you are visiting the Disney Parks the Disney transportation is a great way to get around during the day. We tend to park in the park we are all going to meet up at the end of the day and jump on the buses near the parks entrances to wherever we wa...
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Where to Shop in Florida Part 2

If you like Factory Outlet Shopping Lake Buena Vista shops are quite compact to shop at and conveniently located on South Apopka Vineland Road and open Monday to Saturday 10. 00am to 9. 00pm and Sunday 10. 00am to 7. 00pm. It always amazed me that sh...
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The Delights of Clearwater Beach

We had spent a couple of hours strolling along the pristine white sand of Clearwater Beach a couple of years back but, on that occasion, we were pressed for time giving us little opportunity for further exploration. On this visit we had put a...
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Niagara-on-the-Lake Fort George

Having spent a busy half day visiting Niagara-on-the-lake tourists could be excused for passing the entrance to Fort George en route to Niagara Falls, but those who do, miss a piece of US, British and Canadian history and a chance for a further few h...
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Canada: Montreal the old city - Part 2

We stayed in the city for a month on work so had plenty of time there to enjoy as much as possible. This is not a complete guide to all you must see in Old Montreal. However if you take my advice and go on a walking tour of the area the list below in...
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World of Orchids

We didn’t even know this existed until we stayed on Briar Grove and had to drive up Old Lake Wilson Road to get to the 192. It was a fairly cool day and it looked like a rain so we decided to pop in after breakfast. We were very glad we did. <...
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Kentucky: a road trip through the state - Part 56

The park was officially established on July 1, 1941. It covers an area of 52, 830 acres with the most important feature out of sight under the Kentucky hills. Out of sight is a limestone labyrinth that became the heartland of the national park. While...
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