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In two days, the 4th quarterly examination of my kids for this school year will be over. At last, we can have some rest. I'm not sure yet if we are going to the Philippines this summer but it would be really nice if we could  have a vacation. If not in the Philippines, how about in Orlando, Florida?

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In my dreams! Well, I can dream as much as I want. It's free. But for those who can afford to go to Orlando, Florida, you need to know your vacation options. There are a lot of things that you can do there. You can go to many famous places like the Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, the LEGOLand, The Holy Land Experience and more.

As most travelers, you would also need to know where is the best place to stay, the best place to eat, the best place to shop and how to travel from one place to another. To plan your itinerary would require basic information about these things. This would also help you estimate how much you would spend for this vacation. One of the websites online that can help you with this sort of information is

One of the really good places in Orlando, Florida I have seen on TV is The Holy Land Experience. When you go there, it is as if you went back to the Bible times. You get to see and meet famous Bible characters like Noah and Moses and see a dramatic theater of the reenactment of the life and death of Jesus. It's just like you have visited Jerusalem, the Holy land, in some way. Sounds like a good place to go to especially during the Lenten Season.

As a Christian, I would also love to drop by the House of Blues Orlando. It is one of the top Orlando Restaurants famous for its Sunday Gospel brunch. While there is a live Gospel music show, you get to enjoy a hearty eat-all-you-can buffet for $32.50 pax.

I just love to dream about going to this place. Who knows? Maybe someday....


I'd love to experience Orlando too, see if there's anything else there besides amusement parks, lol
Chin chin said…
Thanks, Ivy for reading this post. It would be indeed wonderful to experience Orlando.

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