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  • Universal Studios, Orlando

It could be there’s pixie dust sprinkled all over or it could be the number of young and young at heart drawn to this magical part of Florida that gives Orlando its playful spirit. Orlando’s famous Parks: Disney World, Universal Studios, SeaWorld, Wet's Wild, Islands of Adventure and others delight visitors of all ages. It’s the world’s most popular tourist destination for a reason: the food is mostly American and is done superbly well, but whether you’re ordering a classic burger and fries or Moroccan couscous, the standard of food in Orlando is high.

For kids, fun themes like Cinderella’s Royal Table or a 1950’s café with I Love Lucy clips on a TV will make kids and adults alike smile. Orlando is that kind of fantasy world where every park offers an oasis in which to escape from real life. Be it getting up close and personal with all manner of animals at Disney’s Animal Kingdom or snorkelling in Shark Reef at the Typhoon Lagoon Water Park, riding rollercoasters out of a movie, exploring wilderness preserves and hiking trails or feeding dolphins at Dolphin Cove, Orlando will is built for fun.

In the centre of downtown Orlando, the bars and restaurants around Orange Avenue are hopping along the city’s main thoroughfare. The walk around Lake Eola reveals views of wooden homes from the first settlers and Leu Gardens and Loch Haven Park offer superb museums (Orlando Museum of Art) and cool shade in green settings. Winter Park in Greater Orlando houses the world’s best collection colourful Art Nouveau Tiffany glass housed within the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art. Romantic Spanish -style buildings built in the 1930s in Rollins College reveal the history of Orlando; the relief at Knowles Memorial Chapel tells the story of a meeting of the original residents, the Seminole Indians and the Spanish Conquistadors.

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  • American Heritage: New York City, Washington, Savannah & More

    FIRST-CLASS | SELF DRIVE: An amazing two-week trip that starts with the exhilarating pace of New York and ends with a little art deco and the gorgeous white sandy beaches of Miami. Washington provides truly capital moments while Orlando offers fun and entertainment galore. For stunning scenery, there’s Shenandoah National Park, Blue Ridge Parkway, and the Great Smoky Mountains, and plenty of history can be discovered in Charleston, Savannah, and St. Augustine.
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