If you’re in Orlando and is in for serious shopping, then you have to go to the Florida Mall. It is the largest in the area, as it is about 2 million square feet, which many has regarded as the Shoppers’ Paradise. Here you’ll find budget clothing, sports wear, cds, electronics, Samsung Stratosphere Accesssories, etc. It is a big scale shopping mall all in one roof. Be sure to bring tons of cash, or your credit card.
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Value Place Goldenrod Road is a bang for the buck hotel in Orlando. It’s a nice and cozy hotel situated at 216 South Goldenrod Road, Orlando, Florida. The management are very helpful to their guests and will always make sure that the rooms are good-to-go on a daily basis. There’s a safety attendant that’s on his post 24/7. There’s also Housekeeping, that makes the room clean and green and a well reliable Maintenance of course that makes sure that everything is in place.
Every year, Orlando puts on a 10-day live arts. This include Theater, Musicals, Comedy, Bands, Dance, Ballet, etc. It is very amusing and the quality of the Performances are overwhelming. Come to the Orlando Fringe!!!
Address: 398 W Amelia St., Orlando, FL 32801
If you’re looking for rollercoaster ride in Orlando, then Bush Gardens is a place to go. The best ride out there is the SheiKra. It’s all about, 200 feet up, 90 degrees straight down! You may want to try also the Kumba which is brilliant for it has lots of twist and turns. There is also the Gwazi, which is a wooden rollercoaster, which actually is tow rollercoaster running on two different tracks. If those weren’t enough, try the Rhino Rally, which is all about fun!
Address: 10001 N. McKinley Drive, Tampa, FL 33612
Crystal Palace in Orlando is a must visit restaurant/place. Why it offers a Character Dining Experience where you get to meet Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Piglet, and Eeyore. It is situated in the Magic Kingdom at the very end of Main Street USA. The restaurant was built to resemble a nineteenth century building in Regent’s Park, London. This restaurant offers American fare and culinary delights that are quite affordable.
Here are the 3 dining experiences, that offers three menu options, all of which are inspired by the different seasons:
- Breakfast is just $17.99 for adults, $9.99 for kids (3-9) and is served from 8:00 am to 10:30 am.
- Lunch is $19.99 for adults, $10.99 for kids (3-9) and is served from 11:30 am to 3:00 pm.
- Dinner is $22.99 for adults and $10.99 for kids (3-9) and is served from 4:00 pm to park closing.
Visiting DisneyWorld can be expensive, as it will set you back hundreds of dollars with tickets alone. Disney discounts are hard to find, but if you plan ahead, you can save a few dollars.
Here are some tips to stretch your ticket buying dollar:
- Check Disney’s website first and compare it from the resellers price before you buy tickets.
- Plan how long you’ll stay in Orlando so you won’t buy a pass with more, or fewer days admission.
- Don’t buy more tickets than you need.