tips for Orlando trip

going to Orlando and Disneyworld any tips? Parking? Lodging? Things to see earlier in day? Things at night? In afternoon? Good food? Don


City: Orlando

State: Florida

Country: United States


Make sure you give yourself enough time to see all the parks. Plan to spend at least a day in each park and get some rest in between.

Don't forget Sea World and Universal. There're great too!

You might want to see Cape Canaveral and the Kennedy Space Center too. It's not far away and close to the beaches. If you have children you might want to check out Space Camp and visit the Science Museum in Orlando.

Perhaps you want to visit Ormond Beach for a day or so. It's near Daytona and the speedway. Are you an racecar fan?

Also listen to WLOQ 103.1 for jazz music events in the area.

Oh, don't forget! Orlando is only a few miles away from Tampa and Busch Gardens!

You'll be exhausted if you do it all. May not be able to walk anymore.

Make sure you take your umbrella and your sun screen!

Have fun!
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you will need more than a week if you wanna see all, Universal studio, Sea World, Wet & wild & of course Disney Wolrd. Don't miss Epcot it will save you the cost of a trip around the world, mee the local of France, Italy, Japan, Morocco, Norway... Orlando is also the sanctury for Outlet mall (Premium Outlet is not the biggest but nice choice such Nike, Ralf Lauren, Timberland, Guess....
WonderWorks is filled with fun and adventure for all ages. Its located on I-Drive, and has laser tag, a bubble station and so much more. There is even a dinner show- the Outta Control Magic Comedy Show, which is filled with amazing tricks and hilarious jokes.

There are coupons for both of these, easily found if you just google orlando coupons, and its good to make reservations if you plan on doing the comedy show.

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