Sunday, April 15, 2007

Planning a theme park vacation

Last summer we spent our summer vacation in the north eastern part of the US, with Washington DC as our base, we spent two weeks traveling in New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Jersey and Maryland. We've already explored pretty much all of the New England states with Providence and now have to focus on exploring some of the sunny states. I think Florida is a good place to start, especially the Orlando and Kissimmee area that has 52 theme parks, some of the most amazing golf courses in the world, an incredible variety of attractions, varying from beaches, hunting, fishing, treasure hunting and of course, theme-parking!!

It's hard to believe that there are so many shows and attractions, all packed into one area, but if you're going to Orlando, then you have to check out some of the amazing variety of shows such as the Pirates Dinner Show or the Arabian Nights Dinner Show, which are two of the most famous shows in Orlando. The other huge attraction is Disney World, which is a must-see place for pretty much every kid in the world, right? And lots of adults too! A lot of people are put off by the high prices of the entry tickets to the theme parks and dinner shows, but has some really great discounts, so that you can focus on the fun instead of the money.

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