If Italian dining is your trip, then here in Orlando I recommend the Pepperon’ Pizzeria & Restaurant! It’ s a restaurant that serves Italian food the American way. Just a warning though, the waiting time was quite long, about 30 minutes for a pizza, but it’s all worth it! The place has a nice ambience with some architectures from Italy and music. I recommend you try their regular white pizza (14″) with ricotta Cheese! Also try their Caesar Salad, it’s delicious with Romaine Lettuce, Croutons, Parmesan Cheese and Caesar dressing.
Archive for May, 2010
The best time to visit Orlando is when other people aren’t, basically during the months of September through May, when U. S. schools are still in session, except on school holidays like Christmas, Easter, etc. The weather is humid through the end of October, with more moderate temps being November through March. Actually, be prepared for any kind of weather. I recommend the the first few weeks of December! It is a great time to go, and a place to visit is the Disney World’s Epcot, for you’ll get to experience all of the different countries dressed in their holdiay best. On these days, it’s warm while the evenings are cool!
Visit Church Street Station in Orlando for you’ll find this place very entertaining for sure. Used to be known as the VISIT CHURCH STREET STATION, it is specifically an entertainment complex in the vein of Universal Studios CityWalk and Downtown Disney. You’ll be mersmerized with cobblestones and interesting period architecture. If you’re into a little walk, then this is the right place. It has been a popular attraction in Orlando since the 70′s and 80′s for it operated as an attraction offering admission to multiple nightclubs!
Astronaut Memorial AKA Space Mirror Memorial is a memorial on the grounds of the John F. Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex on Merritt Island, Florida. Its made from black granite that weighs 60 tons that has the names of 17 astronauts carved on here, who gave their lives to space exploration. It is being maintained by the Astronaut Memorial Foundation, and is made to commemorate to remember the lives of the men and women who have died in the various space programs of the United States, particularly those of NASA. Be sure not to miss this attraction!
Wonderworks, in Orlando is a very unusual attraction. Here you can experience earthquakes or be blown away by by 65mph hurricane force winds. It is not possible to miss this place, because it is a building that is upside down. You’ll see lots of cool stuff for kids and adults and there are many interactive stuff too that anyone can try out. It is like an amusement park for the mind! It has over a hundred of interactive exhibits for visitors of all ages.