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What do you need when booking a villa
There are so many villas on offer at all sorts of price ranges offering all sorts of different amenities. So what do YOU want in yours. The first thing to consider is the needs of each member of your party. 1. If you have a baby then you...
Viewed 3063 times since 20 December 2011.

Niagara on the lake - Part 1
Many people visiting Niagara Falls miss the opportunity to take in the beautiful little town of Niagara-on-the-lake (the lake being Lake Ontario) which is steeped in history and was once the capital of Canada. This little town is a hidden gem and for...
Viewed 1419 times since 4 December 2016.

St Augustine
If you’re looking to visit somewhere different in Florida when you’re staying in Orlando. I can fully recommend visiting St Augustine. This city is the The Nation’ s Oldest City was founded in 1565. St. Augustine is the oldest continuously occu...
Viewed 4123 times since 1 September 2008.

Florida’s Gulf Coast
After the hustle, bustle and excitement of Orlando, Mickey Mouse and a trip to Kennedy which I can assure even those of you which are not technically-minded is a very interesting trip, why not stay next time in the south-west of Florida? Engle...
Viewed 3750 times since 1 September 2008.

Entering the USA from Canada
The majority of UK visitors to the USA will enter by air or sea, and those who are eligible for visa waiver will have completed an ESTA prior to embarking on their journey. (For details see articles on this site) What many people do no...
Viewed 1511 times since 4 December 2016.

Kentucky: A road trip through the state - Part 8
Kentucky – a road trip through the state:- part 8 The next part of the trip was one that I personally had been looking forward to. It was only a short trip of about 100 miles from our stop off at Owensboro as we headed east to Bardstow...
Viewed 2492 times since 17 January 2016.

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...
Viewed 4327 times since 5 May 2014.

The history of Downtown Disney.
To trace the history of Downtown Disney we need to go back 36 years (are you surprised to hear that? ) This was when the Lake Buena Vista Shopping Village opened. Two years later this was renamed as Walt Disney World Village. As we s...
Viewed 2859 times since 3 October 2011.

Flying to Florida with US Airways Part 3
We are flying out to Fort Lauderdale via Charlotte with US Airways, on our way to pick up a cruise for my special birthday. September 3rd, 2010 8. 50 am The boarding gate fills up with people, and we sit and wait for our flight to be c...
Viewed 3369 times since 22 October 2010.

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 3831 times since 15 December 2012.

Sydney Harbour - Part 1
Sydney’s iconic harbour has pretty much seen it all since then Lieutenant James Cook arrived aboard the Endeavour I 1770 and named it Port Jackson. It was here that the first settlers set up camp in 1788 and the harbour has been an important part of ...
Viewed 56 times since 18 July 2019.

Shops and Restaurants at Premium Outlets Part 3
Before you visit to Premium Outlets at Vineland Road it is advisable to go on line and register with their VIP club. This allows you print out a voucher that you can take to the Information Centre when you get there and you receive a free voucher boo...
Viewed 2730 times since 11 March 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 3793 times since 1 September 2008.

Bahama Breeze Review
One of our favourite restaurants in the Orlando area is called Bahama Breeze and a visit to Florida wouldn’t be the same without at least one meal at this Caribbean themed restaurant. There are three locations in Orlando; International Drive and anot...
Viewed 2916 times since 1 February 2012.

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 4731 times since 1 September 2008.

Myakka State Park
Myakka State Park is situated in Sarasota on the S. R. 72. This park covers 58 square miles od natural prairie and encompasses The Myakka River. This area was once occupied by the Seminole Indians and it was they who named the river Myakka. T...
Viewed 3757 times since 20 November 2009.

Circle B bar Reserve Part 1 Alligator Alley and Lake Hancock
Circle B bar Reserve Part 1 Alligator Alley and Lake Hancock Circle B Bar Reserve was once a cattle ranch on the shores of Lake Hancock in Polk County. The importance of water management in this area is such that the land was purchased in ...
Viewed 4128 times since 15 March 2012.

Avignon, France - Part 3
On your second day look for a different perspective on the Palais des Papes. Try booking a secret palace tour, which permits access to areas usually of limits to visitors. However English tours used to be available only on Fridays at 3 pm, you may wa...
Viewed 233 times since 11 February 2019.

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 257 times since 11 February 2019.

Kuala Lumpur - an overview - Part 2
Basic information for your visit The population is 7. 2 million in the main metro area and the languages spoken are mainly Malay, Mandarin and Tamil. However, English is widely spoken in most pla...
Viewed 301 times since 7 October 2018.

A poice museum and Botanical Gardens.
American Police Hall of Fame and Museum is situated in Titusville on Florida' s Atlantic coast. If you have been to see a rocket launch you may well have been to Titusville since there is an ideal viewing site on Titusville Beach. Here yo...
Viewed 3177 times since 3 October 2011.

Moscow - Part 2
When to go can be a hard decision to make and will depend a lot on if you want to see any special events. Despite its freezing winters, you will find that you can get city breaks year round to Moscow. Temperatures often fall below zero ºC between Nov...
Viewed 243 times since 22 January 2019.

Henry Morrison Flagler Museum – part II
In my previous article about the Henry Morrison Flagler Museum I gave readers some insight into the history of the house and to the rooms on the first floor. While the emphasis on the first floor was on the art of what is known as ‘The Gilded...
Viewed 3607 times since 16 October 2010.

Try Boggy Creek Airboat Rides
One of the most exciting things to do in Orlando is visit the Boggy Creek Airboat Rides. For those of you who have never tried it, it is a bit like a very small hovercraft. It is based in Southport Road, Kissimmee and is just a short driv...
Viewed 3507 times since 12 February 2011.

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...
Viewed 3648 times since 3 February 2011.

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