National Geographic Florida: Guide Map - Road Map & Travel Guide: NW.GM16.01020314 (State Guides) - National Geographic Maps
Status: New - - Waterproof - Tear-Resistant - Travel MapThe front side is an easy-to-read road map with insets of: - Pensacola - Jacksonville - Panama City -...... more
Status: New - - Waterproof - Tear-Resistant - Travel MapThe front side is an easy-to-read road map with insets of: - Pensacola - Jacksonville - Panama City - Tampa / St. Petersburg area - Miami area - Daytona Beach - Tallahassee - Gainesville - Fort Myers / Cape Coral The back includes: - Points of interest - Scenic drive - Information for Miami / Miami Beach, Orlando, and Key West - Information on Everglades National Park - Park Service sites in Florida "Fold Size = 4.00 x 8.75Sheet Size = 17.75 x 24.75Scale = "
Passporter's Walt Disney World 2012 (Passporter Walt Disney World) - PassPorter Travel Press
Status: New - The size and scope of Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida is enough to make the most seasoned traveler shiver. Disney has packed four major...... more
Status: New - The size and scope of Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida is enough to make the most seasoned traveler shiver. Disney has packed four major theme parks and twenty resort hotels into those fabled 47 Florida square miles. With all those choices, how can an everyday Mom and Pop hope to deliver a family vacation to remember? "Planning!" say Walt Disney World vacation veterans Jennifer and Dave Marx. "The vast Walt Disney World complex is not designed for procrastinators or last-minute travelers. Without a plan, a Disney vacation is nowhere near as much fun, and can quickly sink a family's finances. A plan and a budget will keep your vacation happily afloat". The Marxes put their advice where it could help others with their award-winning travel guide, "PassPorter's[registered] Walt Disney World[registered] 2012": The unique travel guide, planner, organizer, journal, and keepsake! The Marxes have been honing their advice, expanding their coverage, upgrading the book's features, and delighting readers in 14 editions published over the past 13 years.One popular aspect of this 14th edition are the fun "KidTips", "TweenTips" and "TeenTips" by 19-year-old co-author Allison Cerel Marx, Dave's daughter, who has been providing a kid's perspective in "PassPorter" since she was seven. Allie's tips for the attractions are a big help to kids and parents alike. Allie also rates every attraction at every park with her "A-OK!" ratings for even younger kids, and Allie's young brother Alexander contributes his ToddlerTips. These are accompanied by age-appropriateness ratings for park attractions from their parents, giving parents an extra heads up on what attractions are suited to their kids. Every map, photo, chart, illustration, and worksheet is in full color on glossy stock, with additional use of color to highlight important points, such as items that are new or have changed at Walt Disney World since the publication of the previous edition. So when the magic of Walt Disney World be
Bushnell Medalist Bushnell Outdoor Products, makers of the number one laser rangefinder on Tour, released its newest laser rangefinder at the PGA Show in...... more
Bushnell Medalist Bushnell Outdoor Products, makers of the number one laser rangefinder on Tour, released its newest laser rangefinder at the PGA Show in Orlando, Florida. The Medalist is a compact measuring device that will be offered at a lower price point and provide more golfers with the opportunity to know the exact distance on every shot. Like its predecessor the PinSeeker 1500, which catapulted the company to record sales growth in 2006, the Medalist is equipped with PinSeeker technology and will combine pinpoint accuracy and consistency enabling the user to range up to 300 yards +/- one yard to the flag without the use of reflectors. "As our research and development continues to innovate, we are able to provide consumers with PinSeeker technology at a lower price point," said Bushnell Product Manager Jordan Vermillion. "The Medalist is an example of our innovation and we look forward to creating exciting new technologies that will consistently put Bushnell on the cutting edge of this field." Since last year's introduction of the PinSeeker 1500 Tournament and Slope Edition, sales have soared in green-grass and off-course retail shops. Bushnell expects continued success as the Medalist will reach a whole new group of avid golfers. "The Medalist provides an attractive price point for a broader range of the golfing public," said Jason Seeman, Golf Sales Manager at Bushnell. "Bushnell continues to offer golfers seeking premium high-end products with the PinSeeker 1500 rangefinders, which are capable of ranging distances from five to 1,600 yards." Weighing just 9 oz., the Medalist is 1.7" x 4.5" x3.8" in size and is ready to be used right out-of-the-box, allowing it to be played at 100% of the courses around the world without the need for reflectors. Powered by a 9-volt battery, the lightweight Medalist boasts a 4x magnification and features a rubber armoring, making the product easy to grip. Supplied with a premium carrying case.
Advantages: Education, fun, see animals you haven't seen before. Disadvantages: Tired feet.
...My review is based on our 3 Trips to Seaworld, Twice in June 2004 and Once in Nov 2005.
What is Seaworld:
Seaworld is like a Zoo/theme park but with a Sea life theme where you can learn and experience the life of the living sea.
This seaworld is located in Orlando Florida close to International Drive.
Getting to Seaworld...
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Review of SeaWorld - Florida
Advantages: hot, fun, cheap? Disadvantages: too hot, long flight
..., changing planes at Atlanta) ? it?s really not that much hassle and can save you loads of money.
Also, don?t be afraid of booking a non-charter flight with a US airline. In my experience, the leg room, service etc. is light years better than the likes of Airtours etc anyway.
Where to Fly to?
McCoy Orlando International is Central Florida?s main airport. Easy to get to, big, well organised...
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Review of Orlando
...wars with the British, Spanish, French and local American Indians took place between the 1600's and 1800's. Today, the states Spanish heritage can be associated with its large population of Hispanics. Florida also has many cities, which include Miami, West Palm Beach, Tampa and Orlando, all of which we visited.
Well surprisingly I actually went to Florida with one of my...