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Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Guest Post: Beyond the Horizon-Line

Orlando is one of the most majestic destinations I have ever visited and it fulfills many ideals that other places are lacking. The immediate facet that springs to mind is the weather. Glorious all year round! And then there is the entertainment… whether you want a whimsical regression to childhood by seeing Walt Disney characters, or having the adrenaline-fuelled sensation of flappy G-force-inflated cheeks on the rides at Busch Gardens, there is something for you all! But Orlando also has a rich arts and culture heritage that often gets eclipsed by other tourist attractions. There is:

- The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art which showcases the intricate work of decorative artist Louis Comfort Tiffany, who specialized in pottery, jewellery and stained glass. 

- The Orlando Museum of Art which showcases more contemporary and diverse exhibitions that feature installations, conceptual art as well as interactive art sessions with visiting groups. 

- Lots of theatres

Make 2012 the year where you take a Holiday to Orlando.

The Holiday Buffet!
Maybe you want to go further afield and explore more of America. You can sample a bit of everything that America has to offer with multi center holidays. Ocean Florida enables you to plan and customize your own tour of the U.S. So whatever you are looking for, whether it is stunning white sandy beaches of Miami, or the Technicolor slot-machine lined streets of Las Vegas, to the electric sunshine of Orlando or the Big Apple to party, there are a diverse number of things you can pack into your trip. The latest offers on the ‘holiday buffet menu’ consist of Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Boston, New York, Orlando, Miami and San Francisco. The benefits of multi center holidays are:

- You get to do more sight-seeing and pack a lot more into your trip away.

- You save time and money. To go to several places anywhere separately would cost you several times as much money, and take several times longer in travelling time.

Accommodation Choices
A major factor to take into consideration when you go away is: What kind of habitat do I want whilst I am away? Hotel? Hostel? Tent? (The weather is warm enough for this to be a feasible option) You could take a vacation in a luxury Florida villa and enjoy the comfort you would have if you were at home. They are suitable for all people groups. Lone travellers, Newlyweds, People with pets (it’s only fair that your pet dog or cat gets to enjoy Florida sunshine as well!) They are also adapted for people with disabilities so Florida villas offer lots of freedom, convenience and privacy.

Many villas have recreation rooms that consist of pool and air hockey tables. I was particularly glad about the latter. I’m a mean contestant at air hockey but I can’t hold a pool cue to save my life! Externally, some have tennis courts, basketball courts and heated saunas and spas. It feels like everything, both in terms of recreation and leisure is at your fingertips.

If you’re looking for Holidays to Orlando then why not consider Florida villas for your accommodation? Ocean Florida has a range of beautiful villas for a range of budgets. Or if you want to visit other places in the U.S., then check out multi-center holidays 2012 with for a variety of destinations.

This article has been written by Carlos Rabanillo, a copywriter for Ocean Florida, an independent UK-based tour operator specializing in the USA.



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