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Villa | 4 bedrooms | sleeps 8

Key Info
  • Swimming Pool
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Air conditioning
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden
  • Car advised

This is an ideal location for families, sports lovers, or touring holidays. We are situated in a quiet residential area just off Highway 27 and one mile south of Interstate 192, minutes from Disney and convenient for all the other attractions with six of the World's Greatest Theme Parks, such as SeaWorld, Discovery Cove, Aquatica SeaWorld's Waterpark, Wet 'n Wild, Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure!

The home gives easy access to the lakes, with Lake Davenport and Lake Apopka just a few minutes away. Shopping - The Mall at Millenia, Florida Mall, and the world famous International Drive area; Food - Restaurants, Bars, Steak Houses, Pizzas, Burgers and fine dining, and supermarkets are all a few minutes drive away.

One and a half hour drive from Daytona Beach, Cape Canaveral for NASA and the beauty of Cocoa Beach. Airports - Orlando International, Sanford & Kissimmee. Nearby you can find Golf, Tennis, Swimming, Baseball, Football & Fishing.

You will not be bored!

Size Sleeps up to 8, 4 bedrooms
Nearest beach An hour or so from Daytona and Cocoa beaches
Access Car advised
Nearest Amenities 1 km
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Orlando International 50 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Internet access, DVD player
General Air conditioning, TV, CD player, Telephone, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites
Furniture Single beds (4), Double beds (2), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair
Outdoors Private garden
Access Parking
Further details indoors

There is a separate formal dining area as well as a breakfast nook and breakfast bar. There are 2.5 bathrooms and four bedrooms, one King including en-suite bathroom with tub and separate shower stall and walk-in wardrobe / dressing room, one Queen and then another two twin-bedded rooms and family bathroom upstairs; it sleeps eight people in comfort. There is a separate laundry room with washer & dryer. Inside this comfortable open plan home there is plenty of space for you and your family, to stretch out and relax.

Further details outdoors

Outside there is an attractive pool and a covered lanai area for those who like to stay out of the sun. The large gardens are mature and securely fenced at the rear. The pool can be heated in the cooler months on request, for which there would be a charge for electricity.

Further details

Deposit required.

Pool can be heated.

Electricity costs about £12 / $22 per day, depending on rate of exchange, please ask for the current electric cost.

Rentals of 5 days or less, please add $90 or approximately £60 for cleaning charges, depending on rate of exchange.

The Florida region

A mild, sunny climate is one of Florida's most important natural resources, making it a major tourist center. Average annual temperatures range from 65 degrees to 70 degrees Farenheit / 18 to 21 Centigrade/Celcius in the north, and from 74 to 77F (23 to 25C) in the southern peninsula and on the Keys. Around Davenport and Disney areas you can expect highs of 24F in January and February, and 32F in July and August.

Florida is the premiere attraction state in the United States. Florida has more theme parks, entertainment centers, resorts, sports venues and vacation destinations than any other area in the country - and probably in the world. Vacation opportunities are virtually endless. Don't forget the Kennedy Space Center! Kennedy Space Center - Tours and exhibits of the world famous space port. For those vacationing on the east coast of Florida, this is a nice alternative to the theme parks.

For example, some of the nearby Golf Courses:

Southern Dunes - 18 holes, driving range, junior course

Cypress Creek - 18 holes, driving range

Debary - 18 holes and driving range

Deer Range - 18 holes and driving range

Diamond Players Club - 18 holes and driving range

Eastwood Country Club - 18 holes and driving range

Falconâ??s Fire - 18 holes and driving range

The Golden Bear at Keenes Point â?? (Jack Nicklaus) - 18 holes and driving range

Grand Cypress resort - 45 holes (Jack Nicklaus)

Greenelefe Golf and Tennis Courts - 54 holes

Hawks Landing at Orlando World Center Marriott - 18 holes

Hunterâ??s Creek - 18 holes, driving range

International Golf Club - 18 holes and driving range

Kissimmee Bay Country Club - 18 holes, driving range

Kissimmee Golf Clubs - 18 holes

Kissimmee Oaks Golf Club - 18 holes

The Legacy at Alaqua Lakes - 18 holes

Metro West Country Club - 18 holes, driving range

Orange County National - 36 holes, putting green, driving range

Orange Lake Country Club - 54 holes, plus 36 holes of mini golf (Arnold Palmer)

Poinciana Golf and Racquet Resort - 18 holes, driving range

Remington Golf Club - 18 holes

Timacuan Golf and Country Club - 18 holes, driving range

Walt Disney Golf World Resort - 5 x 18 hole courses, one 9 hole course

Davenport

It's all on the doorstep: SeaWorld - Marine animal adventure park with fascinating and fun dolphin, killer whale and seal shows. See polar bears, penguins, sting rays in recreations of their natural habitats. Rides include the awesome Kraken roller coaster and the Journey to Atlantis. Another vacation favorite.

Universal Studios - Movie studio based theme park with first-rate exciting rides, 3-D shows, and movie sets and attractions. Rides and shows include Terminator 2: 3-D Battle Across Time, Back to the Future the Ride, Earthquake - the Big One.

Walt Disney World - The theme park and resort center that set the standard.

The Magic Kingdom, Fantasy park of rides, attractions and shows for kids and grown-up kids.

Epcot - High-tech theme park with rides and shows, and cultural showcase of eleven great nations.

Disney's Hollywood Studios - Movie-oriented theme park with rides, attractions and shows.

Disney's Animal Kingdom - Real and fantasy stuff

The Florida Aquarium - a glass-domed facility that is home to thousands of marine creatures and bird life. Several habitats are represented including wetlands, bays and beaches, coral reefs and offshore.

Florida State Fair

Florida's annual State Fair is one of the most anticipated family events in the Sunshine State. Celebrated for the first time in 1904, the fair always draws tens of thousands of visitors.

Florida Strawberry Festival

Held each year in Plant City - the Strawberry Capital of the World, located between Brandon and Lakeland, this festival has been continuously touted as one of the "Top 50 Fairs in the U.S."

Attractions and things to do, in alphabet order:

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Air Force Space & Missile Museum - Cape Canaveral- (321)853-3245 - This U.s. Air Force museum at Cape Canaveral (not to be confused with the main Visitor's Center at Kennedy Space Center) has an outdoor rocket garden with more than 55 missiles. There is an exhibit hall and next to it is a real launch control block house with giant blast doors. Call them before you go to see if they are open (they are closed during rocket launches.) If you are going to Kennedv Space Center or Cocoa Beach, the museum is nearby.

Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Garden- Winter Park - (407)647-6294 or for special events call 647-0283 - Works by the artist including his sculptures and art collected by him. There is also a 3 acre sculpture garden.

Amazing Exotics - (352)821-1234 - an exotic animal facility on a large property where you can interact with the animals. Reservations required. Hourly and half day tours.

Amway Arena(was the TD Waterhouse Center) - See NBA basketball games featuring the Orlando Magic, hockey games, arena football and numerous other events at this world-class arena located in downtown Orlando.

B

Balloon Flights - Hot air balloon flights. Typically they offer: sunrise flights, champagne breakfasts, hotel pickups, first flight certificates, FAA certified pilots, insurance, and photo opportunities. Their take-off sites vary with wind direction.

* Orange Blossom Balloons - Kissimmee - (407)239-7677

* Painted Horizons Hot Air Balloon Tours - Orlando - (407)578-3031

* Skyscapes Balloon Tours - Orlando - (407)856-4606

Bill's Airboat Adventures - Orlando - (407)977-3214 One to One and a half hour rides on the St. Johns River.

Bird of Paradise Open Cockpit Biplane Rides- Barbara and Dannie Eisenhauer say "the attraction is located at Winter Haven Airport (863)294-2695 or Toll Free 1(866)MUST FLY or e-mail bopbiplanerides@aol.com"

Blue Spring State Park (Florida State Parks Website) - Orange City - (904)775-3663 - See endangered Manatees (November to March, when it's cold outside [call them to see if the manatees are there) which can be literally at arms length from you near some beautiful springs (the water remains 72 degrees year-round). The manatees come to the warm spring water from the colder St. Johns river. Enjoy the natural beauty of so much crystal clear water welling up out of the earth. Also see SCUBA divers going down through the opening in the earth. There is also an elevated wooden walkway through old palm / oak forest if you would like to see a part of natural Florida. 2100 West French Avenue, Orange City, Florida.

Boggy Creek Airboat Rides ~ Kissimmee (two locations) - (407)933-4337 is for SouthPort Park and (407)344-9550 is for the Boggy Creek Rd.

location - Travel at speeds up to 45 mph after idling down a natural canal in search of birds, turtles and alligators. Night tours also available by reservation. Open 7 days a week 9:00 to 5:30. Call them for directions for the one closest to your hotel.

Bok Tower Gardens- Lake Wales - (863)676-1408 - A 157 acre garden/ park on the highest point found on the Florida peninsula, which includes a 57 bell carillon. Live performances on the carillon are performed occassionally (check their schedule). 1151 Tower Blvd. Lake Wales FL, 33853-3412.

Brevard Zoo~ Melbourne (>hour from Orlando)- (321)254-8342 or (321)254-9453 - You have to see their train!

8825 N. Wickham Rd.

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Captain Memo's Pirate Cruise- Clearwater 727-446-2587

Central Florida Zoological Park- Sanford (30 min. north of Orlando) - (407)323-4450 - This 100 acre zoo features hundreds of animals, both native and from around the world. This zoo is not a super-zoo like the San Diego or Bronx Zoos, but as zoos go, it holds its own. We took notice of how close the primate cages were to the public. While we were there the zoo employees entertained us with a falconry show, permitted us to touch an alligator, and there was a walking/ speaking tour describing the various types of cats being fed. The employees gladly entertained questions from the public. It's about an hours drive north of the main attractions area. Open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day except Thanksgiving (the fourth Thursday in November and Christmas (Dec. 25th). From the Orlando/Kissimmee attractions area take 1-4 East to Exit 52, then follow the signs to the zoo.

Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art- Winter Park, near downtown Orlando- (407)645-5311- The museum has recently completed (after 2 years) re-assembling an original exhibit from the Chicago Exhibition of 1893 which is a neo-byzantine style Tiffany art glass chapel. Other Tiffany art and art from the late 19th and early 20th centuries can also be found. From the Orlando/Kissimmee attractions area take 1-4 to Exit 45 and turn right on Fairbanks Ave. East 2 miles to Park Ave. and make a left and stay on Park Ave. until you get to 445 Park Ave. N.

Citrus Bowl - (407)849-2020 - Site of the famed Citrus Bowl football game, it also hosts concerts and UCF's Golden Knights football team.

Clearwater Marine Aquarium- 727 4411790

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Daytona Beach Area - there are some other notable attractions of the Daytona area and it has many places to stay (for any budget) with greater than 300 establishments such as hotels, motels, RV parks and camping areas. See Daytona International Speedway where the famous Daytona 500 and the Pepsi 400 stock car races are held annually and the Daytona 500 Experience motorsports attraction.

http://www.daytonainternationalspeedway.com/Tickets-Events/Event-Calendar.aspx

There is the Daytona country music show with Nashville recording artist Charlie Floyd. They also have The Museum of Al'ts and Scienceswhich includes a planetarium. There are other features of the Daytona Beach area which you can learn about by calling the Daytona Beach Area Convention and Visitors Bureau for more info at 1(800)854-1234 or visiting the Daytona Beach Area Convention & Visitor's Bureau's internet site at http://www.daytonabeach.com

Derby Lane- St. Petersburg - Greyhound Dog Racing 727-812-3339

Dinosaur World - Plant City (one hour from Orlando) - (813) 717-9865 - Over 100 life-size dinosaurs in a sub-tropical forest setting. Exit 10 of 1-4, 5145 Harvey Tew Road, Plant City, FL 33565

Disney Quest- Disney's indoor interactive theme park at Downtown Disney.

Dolphin Encounter Cruise- Gulf, Clearwater 727-442-7433

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Eaglerider Motorcycle Rental - Orlando -1(888)500-0055 or (407)316-8687. Renting exclusively Harley Davidsons, with nine models to choose from including: Bad Boy, Dyna Low Rider, Electra Glide, Fat Boy, Heritage Softail Classic, Road King, Softail Custom, Sportster and Heritage Springer. 527 W. Miller Street, Orlando, FL 32805

Enzian Theater - (407)629-1088 - A cabaret style movie theatre with wine, beer, soda, tea, dining optional. Home of the Florida Film Festival.

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Flea World and Fun World- Sanford - (407)330-1792 - Flea World claims to be "America's largest flea market" with 1700 dealer booths under 1 roof on 1.04 acres. They claim to have 3 million shoppers a year. Next to Flea World is Fun World, a family amusement park with over 50 rides, games and attractions including go-carts on 3 tracks, Pirate Ship (the swinging/rocking kind), adult swinger, space round up (spins you around on wall at an angle), bumper cars, bumper boats, mini-golf with mini-mountains and waterfalls, batting cages and midway rides (approx.1 hr. drive from main attractions area.) Highway 17-92, Sanford FL.

Florida Aquarium, The- Tampa (90 minutes from Orlando) - (813)273-4000 A world-class aquarium with excellent exhibits. 701 Channelside Dr. Tampa FL.

Florida State Parks - Aside from some of the parks highlighted elswhere on this page, also consider checking out Homosassa Springs, Caladesi Island State Park, Honeymoon Island State Park, Florida Caverns State Park and Rainbow Springs State Park (there are over a hundred thirty more, but these appeal because of their unique geological features). (850) 245-2157

Florida Eco-Safaris- St. Cloud -1(888)957-9794 or (407)957-9794 - 4700 acre nature preserve with a cool looking "Cracker Coach" which is an

elevated vehicle which you ride 10 ft. off of the ground. They have a petting zoo, pony rides and horseback tours too.

Fun Spot Action Park - Orlando - (407)363-3867 - 4 go cart tracks (multi-level), bumper cars, bumper boats, ferris wheel, "Paratrooper". Also kiddie rides: Cadet Track, Swings, Panda Ride, Tea Cups and the Kiddie Train. There is an arcade with video games, air hockey, skee ball, and more. There is a snack bar. Master Card, Visa and American Express cards accepted. There are group rates and they host birthday parties. Admission is free to the grounds (pay for the rides) and there is free parking. They are open daily, but hours vary according to season. 5551 Del Verde Way, Orlando, FL 32819.

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Harry P. Leu Botanical Gardens- Orlando - (407)246-2620 - Paved scenic walkways through garden settings. They claim to have the largest camelia collection and formal rose garden in the south. There is also a house museum dating from the 1880's. Plant related classes, workshops and special events are also available. Group tours, weddings and facility rentals are also available.

Henry B. Plant Museum- Tampa - (813)254-1891 - 401 West JFK Blvd. - this museum is housed in an interesting building with silver colored roofs reminiscent of russian style or Hershey's Kisses.

The Holy Land Experience- Re-enactments of historical Christian events within a recreation of Bethlehem. Just off of 1-4.1-800-447-7235

Horse World Riding Stable- Kissimmee - (407)847-4343, 3705 S. Poinciana Blvd. 34758

Hubbards Marina- John's Pass - Rent wave-runners and see the other great tourist related activities at John's Pass. 727.393.1947

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International Drive Resort Area - look for their website covering the many attractions along Orlando's popular tourist spot known as "I-Drive'

J

John's Pass- A number of small stores selling tourist trinkets and several restaurants are near this outlet to The Gulf of Mexico. John's Pass has recently undergone a major multi-million dollar face lift, and it looks pretty nice.

K

KARTWORLD - Orlando (on International Drive) and Kissimmee (on 192) - (407)396-4800 - They claim to have one of the longest go-cart tracks in America "almost 1 mile long", You're able to ride for free by getting a coupon (luckily from a tourist info store only 2 doors away from them) from the commonly available tourist coupon books in many of the hotel lobbies, tourist info stores and restaurants in the area. It was fun. Group rates and birthday parties. 4708 IrIo Bronson Hwy (U.S. 192) approx. 4 miles east of 1-4.

L

Lowry Park Zoo- Tampa (90 minutes from Orlando) A world-class zoo. 7530 North Blvd. Tampa, FL 33604-4700

M

Magical Midway· International Drive Midway style games, an elevated go-cart track, bumper cars, giant slides, arcade games and the "Space Shot" which drops you, and a couple more traditional-style carnival rides. 7001 International Dr., (407) 370-5353

Menello Museum of American Folk Art 407.246.4278

Mote Aquarium Sarasota- (941) 388-2451· At Mote Marine Laboratory, this aquarium houses local marine life and is geared for tourists, even though it is the site of a world famous marine biology research lab. 1600 Ken Thompson Pkwy. Sarasota, 24236

MurderWatch - Mystery Dinner Theatre(407)·850-9555· Escape the ordinary! Prepare yourself for an evening of mystery and intrigue. This award winning show sells out quickly because it involves YOU in an evening of hilarious, mysterious events offering you the opportunity to conduct your own personal investigation. For reservations, call 407 -827-6534.

Museum of African American Art- Tampa - (813)272-2466 -1308 N. Marion St.

Museum of Arts and Sciences, The - Daytona Beach - (386) USA-ARTS - Featuring the Rood Family Collection of Americana, see classic railroad cars, Coca-Cola memorabilia, race cars, antique quilts, hundreds of teddy bears and more.

Museum of Science & Industry (MOSI)- Tampa (90 minutes east of Orlando) l(8OO)995-MOSI (6674) or (813)987-6000 - A world-class science museum. 4801 E. Fowler Ave. Tampa Fl., 33617-2m7

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NBA Cityat Universal's CityWalk (407) NBAOTY

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Old Town - Kissimmee - (407)396-1964 - A park with shops, restaurants, Haunted Grimm House and rides like: The Giant Ferris Wheel, rotating swings, Wind-Storm Roller Coaster, tea-cups, merry-go-round, go carts and more. They state that you should "Hang out & enjoy the famous Saturday Night Cruise ... " with " ... up to 800 classic cars as they cruise the street of Old Town". We've been by there a few times and if you are a car buff, you'll see some excellent vehicles. We've also seen live oldies singing entertainment on Friday and Saturday evenings. If you get there early enough, they have 25 cent Pepsi-Colas in bottles at the General Store which sells "souvenirs from the 50's, 60's and 70's" which for the most part are reproductions. We saw a store specializing in British goods, a store that specialized in Irish goods, a salt-water taffy (no, there's no ocean water in it) store making the confection in front of many gazing eyes (with free samples) amongst many other shops. Open 365 days a year, 10 a.m. to 11 p.m, Exit 25A, 1 mile East of 1-4 on Highway 192, Kissimmee Fl., look for the ferris wheel.

Orlando Convention Center Visitor's Bureau - (407)363-5800

Orlando Ghost Tours- 75 minute lantern-lead guided walking tour for all ages to experience the history, landmarks and "haunted sites" of downtown Orlando. (407) 247-0452

Orlando Jai-Alai and Race Book - Fern Park - (407)339-6221- Jai-Alai is a sport played between people upon which other people gamble. There's also thoroughbred horse racing. 6405 S. Hwy 17-92, Fern Park FL.

Orlando Museum of Art- (407)896-4231- They have a broad spectrum of art genres on display. There is also a museum shop. 2416 N. Mills Ave., Orlando, from the attractions area take 1-4 to Exit 43 (Princeton Ave.) right on Princeton and bear right until you get to N. Mills Ave., then follow the signs.

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Pier, The - St. Petersburg 727.821.6443

Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse- Ponce Inlet, just south of Daytona Beach - (904)761-1821 - We enjoyed visiting this wonderful old lighthouse completed in 1887. It is fully functioning, and you are permitted (for an admission fee) to go up its 203 steps to the top and go ou.tside to the walkway which encircles a the top for a beautiful 360 degree view of the area (if you walk around). It is said to be the second tallest lighthouse in North America. The admission fee also covers the lighthouse museum, a micro-theater historical film, historical grounds, nature-walk and the gift shop. This is a definite must-do if you are in the Daytona area. 4931 South Peninsula Drive, Ponce Inlet, Florida 32127. From Daytona Beach, take AlA south (which becomes Atlantic Ave and then S. Atlantic Ave. and then Robert A. Merrill Parkway) to the Lighthouse.

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Reptile World Serpentarium - St Cloud - (407)892-6905 - The names says it all; they feature snakes and reptiles including venomous snakes

from around the world, gila monsters, alligators and more. Take 1-4 to East Hwy 192, 20 miles, when the road narrows to two lanes start looking because they will be 1/2 mile from there on the left

Richard Petty Driving Experience - at Walt Disney World Speedway and Daytona International Speedway -l(800)126 2778 - Drive or ride along in real racing cars.

Ringling Museum of Art, The Jo1m & Mable- Sarasota - (941)359-5700 or (941) 351-1660 - This museum has a collection spanning 500 years of European art initiated and donated by the famous circus owner/partner of Ringling Bros., Barnum & Bailey Circus. There is also a collection called "The Museum of the Circus" with rare circus artifacts including carved wagons, costumes posters and more. 5401 Bay Shore Rd. Sarasota, FL34243

Rivership Romancer - Sanford - (800)423-7401 or (407)321-5091- Lunch & dinner cruises on the beautiful St. Johns River, air-conditioned. At the Sanford Marina.

Showcase of Citrus, The-15 minutes from Disney (in Clermont) is where they have the Wildcat Super Truck (it's VERY BIG) where you get a tour of an active citrus grove and ranch with which includes dry land, wooded areas and marshes with a chance to see alligators and other wildlife. You can also buy (and pick within season) citrus and buy many various Florida gifts. 5010 Hwy 27 Clermont, FL, 34711(800) 224-8787

Salvador Dali Museum - St Petersburg, FL· (813)823-3767. Approximately a 2 hour drive from Orlando, you can see works from the world-famous artist on display, which include: Disintegration of the Persistence of Memory, The Hallucenogenic Toreador, Girl's Back, Nature Morte Vivante and more. They are open Mon. through Sat. 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Sunday, 12-00 noon to 5:30 p.m. and closed Thanksgiving (the 4th Thursday in November and Christmas (Dec. 25th.) There is a gift shop with reproduction prints, shirts, coffee mugs and books about the artists work on sale. From the Orlando/Kissimmee area take 1-4 west toward Tampa, continue on to 1-275 to exit 9 and follow 1-175 signs east to 4th St. South. Make a right on 4th St. S. to 11th Ave. S. and then make a left to 3rd St. S. to the Museum. Parking is free.

Sarasota Iungle Gardens- (941)355-5305 - with gardens and variety of creatures. They also have bird and reptile shows, and a shell museum. A gift shop and cafe are on the premises. 3701 Bay Shore Road, Sarasota Florida, 34234

Scenic Boat Tour- Winter Park - (407) 644-4056 - A one hour boat tour through Winter Park lakes which are interconnected by canals. From the main attractions area take 14 to Exit 45, right on Fairbanks Ave. to 3rd light, left onto Orlando Ave. to 1st light, Morse Blvd. East to the end. Go right to the waterfront.

Selby Botanical Gardens, Marie- Sarasota - (941)366-5731- 811 S. Palm Ave.

Skycoaster- Kissimmee - (407)397-2509 - Soar through the sky at up to 70 m.p.h. A giant swing-like device pulls you (and up to 2 friends) up to dizzying heights on what they claim is "Florida's tallest thrill ride!" (someone who works for them stated that it's 300 ft. tall), then you are released. It is incredibly high! don't confuse this one with smaller versions in the area. The minimum height requirement to ride is 42 inches. Next to Old Town on Highway 192, east ofI4 (1-1/4 miles) at Million Dollar Mulligan. 2850 Florida Plaza Blvd. Kissimmee FL.

Skydive Space Center - Titusville (near Kennedy Space Center) - (800)267-0016 or 312-267-0016 - Tandem skydiving with certified instructors from 13,500 ft. Free fall for 50 seconds at 120 m.p.h .. Videos and still photos available. See Kennedy Space Center from above! Take 408 to 1-95 North to Exit 80, then go East for 1.3 miles, then left on N. Williams Ave. to Arthur Dunn Air Park, 476 N. Williams Ave. Titusville.

Shell World Seashell Museum & Gift Shop'I'M - Kissimmee - 888-963-2446 or 407-396-9000 - FREE - More store than museum, but yes, there is an actual museum in a separate room, tiny as it is, with ocean sounds playing, in the back of this 12,000 ft. shop with a large variety of interesting looking shells (shells can be interesting!). There's a V.W. bug completely covered in shells out front. Many of the free coupon guides available in hotel lobbies etc. have a coupon for Shell World to get a free seashell necklace or key ring or sand dollar. 4727 W. Hwy. 192, near Marker 13

Starship Dining Yacht- 813-223-7999 or 877-744-7999 - Brunch, lunch and dinner cruises.

Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary- Reddington Shores Beach (Gulf) - If you want to get right next to native Florida seabirds, this is the place to go. lt's small but good. 727) 391-6211

Sunshine River Tours- Capt. Mike Says; "We offer manatee, eco, birdwatching, nature, and group tours on the Homosassa river. Included in the tours are lunches and dinners dock side at the Seagrass Pub and Grill on the Homosassa river. For further information please call me at 352-422-0171 and ask for Capt. Mike. Thank you and have a safe trip always. Best Regards, Capt Mike"

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Tampa Bay Downs- thouroughbred horse racing. (866)-712-5856

Tropicana Field- St. Petersburg - Home of the Major League Baseball team the Tampa Bay Devil Rays.

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Waldo Wright's Flying Service - Sandy writes, "Good Morning, Wanted to send you our link for Waldo Wright's Flying Service operating out of

Fantasy of Flight in Polk City. We offer 20 minute flights @$55.00 each seat in a 1929 open cockpit biplane. We are told that "we are the best kept secret in Florida" ... 863-873-1339

Warbird Adventures - Kissimmee - (407)870-7366 - Fly in real vintage aircraft. 233 N. Hoagland Blvd. Kissimmee FL.

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10 Dec 2012

5/5

"A great stay away from the hustle and bustle"

This was our first time in Florida, and it proved to be a fantastic holiday with some great memories. The villa itself has all the facilities we needed, and was in a quiet residential area. We stopped over Halloween and my daughter did some trick or treating with some of the neighbouring children, which was really fun for her.

Obviously a holiday in Florida will probably include Disney, and the parks were about 15 minutes drive away. Very easy to get to, although our TomTom proved very helpful. I can also recommend a trip out to Kennedy Space Centre, a really interesting place.

Numerous restaurants line the road back from Disney so there are plenty of eating options. Food in Disney itself was disappointing. We rather liked two chains - Logans (burgers and stuff) and Bonefish Grill (clue in the name).

For eating in, the Publix supermarket chain was really good, a cut above Walmart (and then some).

The owner proved to be very helpful via email (free Wifi was available) when we struggled to work out the TV, an easily solved issue.

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