Theme parks might be some of America’s most under appreciated gems. There are some really amazing parks sprinkled all over the country, covering everything from cartoon characters, to water slides, …
While the school year has started for some students across the U.S.A., others are hootin’ and hollerin’ that they still have a few weeks left of their official summer vacations. If it’s been a pretty restless summer in your household and the kids have been begging to have a bit of fun, why not take them to a theme park? With hundreds of theme parks throughout the country, we’re sure that there’s one in your neck of the woods. Not sure? We took our list of the most popular states searched on HotelCoupons.com and found theme parks in those areas. Did we miss your state? Leave a comment letting us know!
Florida is an exciting state that you can visit again and again. Even locals will have a lengthy wish list of places they want to see and experience. While Florida is absolutely famous for its white sandy beaches, beautiful blue green waters and theme parks, there is much more to explore. But here are 5 things you can see in Florida that you won’t see anywhere else.
Think you’ll be finding yourself in the Orlando area in the next few months? Be it for a family vacation or business meeting, visiting Orlando can be a ton of fun, even if you don’t plan on visiting any of the the theme parks. We recently received a reader email asking us about some fun things adults can do while visiting Orlando. Here are just a few of our picks.
Chivalry, Rivalry and Revelry. If you like history, especially if you like the Medieval or the Renaissance time periods, then you’ll love Medieval Times in Buena Park. Themed in Medieval Spain, the show features King Carlos and his princess daughter as well as six handsome knights and some stunning pure Spanish horses, quarter Horses, Friesians and Menorcan.
Orlando is a thriving city with so much to do and see. Whether you’re visiting for a week or a weekend – it can be overwhelming trying to decide what all to do to entertain your group. Here are a few of our suggestions:
Planning a trip to Orlando, Florida can be both exciting and frustrating. Between where you’re staying, which theme parks to go to and planning a solid itinerary to make sure everyone has a great time can be a job much more exhausting than any day job. The good news is that there are plenty of tips and tricks to planning the best itinerary while staying on budget.
Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way!
Jingle Bells? Seriously, in July? Absolutely! Busch Gardens Tampa Bay revealed their brand new Christmas Town to the media in July and we were able to get a sneak peak. It’s never too early, in my opinion, to start thinking about old St. Nick and what size bulbs we’ll use this year. Beginning November 30th and running until December 23rd, Busch Gardens will be opening a magical Christmas Town that will transport you to what we all wish Florida was like during the holidays. It will be open in the evenings only on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights from 6-11 p.m.