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Orlando, Florida is the home of the original Walt Disney World, the world's most visited theme park. It is aptly called as the "Happiest Place on Earth" as people of all ages have been having a great time visiting it and more and more people from all over the world and from all walks of life are dreaming on coming here.
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There are many other Orlando tourist attractions and one of them is visiting the Discovery Cove. This park is a beautiful, tropical haven which is well managed by a group of staff that is friendly and well accommodating. And although, entry to the park is quite expensive, your money will be worth the fun and the adventure you will experience in this unique leisure park
Mary, Queen of the Universe Shrine
This is a Catholic church that was built in the 1980's in order to provide a religious site of worship for those travelers who need a place to attend church while on vacation. Though it can hardly be considered as a great tourist attraction as it is a place of worship, still more people come here not only to pray but also to see the beauty of the church.
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This is another amusement cum theme park that features the famous SkyVenture Orlando, the closest thing to skydiving that you can experience without having to jump out of an airplane.
This resort is located north of Disney'a All-Star resorts and it is a ski resort with water adventure park features. It boasts of numerous slides and the great mini park for the children.
This is a combination of a theme park, amusement center, nature and wildlife reserve and zoo. This amazing animal park boasts of three thousand gators and 89 crocodiles plus a variety of birds and snake species on exhibit.
This is a great place that offers scuba diving and an opportunity to swim with sharks; but you need an open scuba diving certificate before you can do this.
Walt Disney World is the happiest place on earth. I want planning a trip to Walt Disney World to be as fun and happy as the place itself.
The new 2013 edition of Dad's & Mom's Disney Do's & Don'ts is my Walt Disney World vacation planning guide written by a Dad, approved by Mom, and completely unnoticed by our kids. Planning a trip to Walt Disney World for the family involves about a million decisions. Thirty choices of hotels, plus eight different ticket options, plus five dining plans, plus 152 restaurants add up to hundreds of questions for many folks. We have tried to assemble all of the key information that you'll need before you commit to your Walt Disney World reservation. Even after you have made your reservations, you still have hundreds of decisions to make on how to spend your days, which of the four parks to visit when, where to eat, what attractions to ride, which shows to see, etc. We hope this guide will provide tools to help you approach these decisions with confidence, a little humor and a lot of fun for the entire family. In addition to our suggestions for Do's and Don'ts, we've developed a few vacation planning events with activities even the smallest Disney lovers can do.
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