Shopping in Orlando

As a repatriated foreign national, I am often ‘lucky’ enough to have both the near and extended family come stay with me for their summer holidays – a season we are on the very brink of now. Aside from host, tour guide, butler, chef, chamber maid and free lodging, one of the main duties I fulfill is personal shopper, a role that my fiancée is far suited too, but I have picked up a few tips along the way…. Apparently...

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Visiting Orlando Florida This Summer? Read This

Orlando Florida is home to some of the best attractions and theme parks in the world and the water parks are no exception! The following is a complete review with tips for the top water parks for Summer 2008. Discovery Cove Discovery Cove is a truly unique water park! Here, you’ll enjoy an entire day up close and personal with aquatic wildlife and birds. Main attractions include: Aviary Ray Lagoon Coral reef Starfish Cabana Sea...

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Atlantic City vs Las Vegas

In a recent article published by TravelMole Atlantic City was said to be rated higher by consumers than Las Vegas. Here are the highlights: Market Metrix’s latest hospitality study reported that Atlantic City was rated higher by consumers for price, sophistication and pampering. A recent survey published in Hotel & Motel Management magazine said that Atlantic City beat out Las Vegas when it came to the hotel and casino...

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Cedar Pointe

Cedar Pointe is a seasonal park located in Sandusky, Ohio that is open May through September. If you live close by, it’s an easy drive from Toledo or Cleveland, a little further from the Detriot area, but still doable as a day trip. For 2008 a one day pass will only cost you $42.95 per person. For everyone else, I recommend making a weekend out of it and getting a two day pass for only $71.95 which will give you admission to...

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Potosi

A minimun of three days are needed to get to know the place. Potosi in an intricate marvelous laberrynth of narrow streets, an endless pattern of railways going up and down covered by wires hanging from building with wooden colonial balconies, silent witnesses of what it once was: one of the biggest and richest cities of the world and certainly the most populated in the americann continent. It is an exhausting but captivating city at...

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