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Our Stay at Treasure Island Part 5
One of the original reasons my parents decided to stay at Treasure Island was its easy access to shops restaurants and beaches and it allowed different family members to do what they wanted rather than tagging along in a group.
Viewed 297 times since 25 January 2012.
A Visit to Naples
My parents first discovered Naples over twenty years ago and we have all have been back many times since. We find the best way to travel to Naples is to fly into Miami and then drive along Alligator Alley, none of us have ever seen an alligator! It...
Viewed 704 times since 17 October 2010.
Theatre in Daytona
Daytona Beach has a lot to offer holidaymakers and is an easy drive from your vacation villa in the Disney area. Bandshell Concert Series are held on the Boardwalk in Daytona. Since 1996 there have been weekly summer concerts held in...
Viewed 762 times since 4 August 2010.
Caribbean Cruise Ports – Cozumel
The island of Cozumel lies 12 miles off Playa del Carmen on the east coast of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsular, 30 miles south of Cancun. Cozumel is 30 miles long and 9 miles wide, and this relatively flat island has an interior covered by parched scrub,...
Viewed 777 times since 16 July 2010.
My trip to the Florida Keys
Islamorada is one of the Upper Keys, this island is known as the sporting fishing capital of the world. There have been more record-breaking fish caught here more than anywhere in the world. Islamorada consists of a clutch of small islands...
Viewed 823 times since 8 July 2010.
Fort Lauderdale is a major city located in south east Florida along the Atlantic Ocean coastline approximately 30 miles north of Miami. It gained its name from the many forts that were built during the Seminole war after the very first one...
Viewed 1020 times since 7 February 2010.
Kennedy Space Centre
Kennedy was one of the first attractions that we visited when we first came to Florida over 10 years ago. On our recent trip to Orlando, we had our extended family with us so we just had to include Kennedy Space Centre on this trip some where along...
Viewed 1255 times since 11 October 2008.
For a thrilling adventure that is a little different to the usual parks in Orlando why not try Boggy creek airboat rides. Easily reached from anywhere around the Orlando areas, if you travel down the US192 east to Poinciana blvd between...
Viewed 1111 times since 1 September 2008.
Silver Spurs Rodeo
If you are lucky enough to be in Florida in February or October you can visit the Silver Spurs Rodeo and see some of America’s top rodeo riders in action. Before Disney farming was the main industry in this part of Florida and so there is a cowboy...
Viewed 1399 times since 1 September 2008.
Boggy Creek Airboat Rides
Boggy Creek has a large campground and we went to the two Airboat ride locations on their vast property. This was the Southport location at the end of Southport Rd. You travel onto Poinciana Blvd off 192 and keep going for about 18...
Viewed 1758 times since 1 September 2008.
Ripleys Believe it or Not
This attraction really is worth a visit although not really suitable/entertaining enough for very young children as they could get bored. It is open all year (including Christmas Day) from 9.00am until Midnight so you can visit as early or late as...
Viewed 1124 times since 1 September 2008.
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