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The Magic Kingdom
The Magic Kingdom, my own personal favourite park. Discover a world of entertainment from truly amazing fireworks, to stunning shows, shopping, and dining and of course the parades are just won-der-ful. A must see is tinker belle descending from the famous castle.
Disney's interactive park which is educational and exciting. Futuristic rides based on a technology theme. World showcase consists of areas representing different countries around the world. Be in Norway for coffee, and Venice for afternoon tea. A must do is “Race Track” - be prepared to cover your eyes.
Disney MGM Studios
MGM Studios salutes the world of showbiz. Meet the cartoon characters, experience behind the scene tours. Towering Inferno is a must, if you're brave, Aerosmith's Rock & Roller coaster is noisy but very enjoyable. The Muppets must be everyone's favourite.
Animal Kingdom
This is Disney's newest theme park, adding yet more fun, wonder and adventure to the sunshine state. The best time to see the animals is of course early mornings, or late afternoon when the hot sun has gone down. Very colourful park with plenty of on street entertainment. Must do is “Its tough to be a BUG.”
Universal Studios
Universal Studios is the No.1 Movie and TV Theme Park. Here you will find the 'Big Rides' like “Back to the Future” - really love this ride, Terminator, Jaws and of my favourite ET. The little ones will love this. Listen carefully at the end of the ride.
Universals Islands of Adventure
Challenge your senses across 5-distinctive islands. This is the newest of the major parks. This has it all, Duelling dragons, 2 roller coasters come within 12 inches of each other. Also here is The lost Continent and Storm Force in Marvel Super Hero Island. Scream your heart out on Big Big rides, long waits are possible but well worth it.
Seaworld is a really lovely park, incredible shows involving humans and the great creatures of the sea. Shamu has to be the most popular, remember if you are sitting in the first 7-rows prepared to get wet. Lots of hands on experiences for the younger ones. Adults can get a taste of the famous “bud” at the brewery tour – must be over 21 ID required.
Busch Gardens
Thrill and Spill Rides – they are all here. Busch gardens is approx one hours drive away. Some great rollercoaster's and water rides all centred around a very impressive safari park. The wooden rollercoaster is noisy, exhilarating and pretty scary. New for spring –Shriekra see more details on the web page. Sounds amazing.
Water Parks (top)
Typhoon Lagoon
Disney's Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach both provide good entertainment. Typhoon Lagoon has its very own wave machine – giving great fun for everyone. Tyre slides at a leisurely pace is great for all the family.
Blizzard Beach
Blizzard Beach is SNOW themed – yes that’s Snow in Florida. A family raft ride takes you from the very top of the park to the bottom.
Wet and Wild
Situated at the bottom of I.Drive this is the biggest thrill water park.  This is a park we have never been to as a family. You do need to love water, getting wet and long lines. Good fun for all water/thrill seekers.
Other Attractions (top)
Wonder Works
Only in America do you find a totally upside down visitor attraction. Trees grow out of the roof, lamp posts are upside down and the walls creek as you pass by. Wonder works is a scientific lab swept away by a Tornado and landed on I.Drive.  An amazing building with 35 interactive activities – good for an evenings entertainment.
Kennedy Space Centre
This is another attraction we have never visited.  Probably because we have more interest in what's going on in our own planet, than wonder what is going on in outer space! For all that, it certainly attracts lots of visitors. It features a museum of space craft used over the decades. You may even be lucky enough to see a launch. A bus tour shows you the home of the shuttle etc., the I-MAX cinema is said to be 5-storys high.
Golf Courses (top)


Disney's Magnolia  Golf Course
Elevated trees and greens, rolling terrain, water on 10
of the 18 holes and 6642 yards from the middle tees this is a course for the big hitter! The par-3 sixth pays tribute to Mickey Mouse with bunker shaped to firm his silhouette.
Disney's Eagle Pines Golf Course
Playing 6309 yards from the middle tee's this course
features dish shaped fairways that create a low, sweeping look and keep play at the same level as the surrounding trees. But beware those beautiful pines can easily become tenacious foes!
Disney's Osprey Ridge Golf Course
Playing 6680 yards from the middle tees, guest may
begin to feel they're hitting their way through a tropical
wilderness, as they play through some remote areas
on the superb course.
Disney's Palm Golf Course
One of Disney's toughest, this course show the beauty of the Florida woodlands. Playing a modest 6461 yards from the middle tees, it boasts more than its share of water and sand. On the 18th, golfers will be challenged by a hole rated the fourth toughest on the PGA TOUR!
Champions Gate Golf Course
Champions Gate Golf Resort, an unmatched golf facility for world-class golf, offers 36 holes designed by golf legend Greg Norman and is the world head-quarters of David Leadbetter Golf Academy. Champions Gate's National course is an impressive American-style course in the best traditions of modern U.S. golf course design. Loctaed within minutes of our villa.
Celebration Golf Course
Celebration is one of Orlando's finest golf experiences,
rated four stars, and this championship-calibre course demands accurate approach shots and consistent putting. Featuring strategic hazards and challenging greens, and sporting five sets of tees on every hole, the course invites competition for many skill levels.
Highlands Reserve Golf Course
Dramatic 120-degree elevation changes make Highlands reserve a remarkable golf course. Opened in 1998 the challenging par-72 championship design offers spectacular views as it winds through rolling
landscape and citrus groves. Affordable and fun, Highlands Reserve is a "must play".
Southern Dunes Golf Club
Southern Dunes Golf & Country Club will present you with a challenge unique to Central Florida. Rising and falling over 100 feet, the dunes are planted in scrub, grasses and ornamentals. Each hole offers multiple options to reach the putting surface.
Evening Entertainment (top)
Pleasure Island
Pleasure Island is situated in the relatively new Down Town Disney area. P.I. can be enjoyed throughout the day FOC enjoy the shops and restaurants – then in the evening it becomes Entertainment. It contains night clubs (with cover charge) bars, shops food and plenty of street entertainment. It celebrates New Years Eve every night. (Age restrictions apply).
City Walk
City Walk is one of the new places created by Universal after their major re-development over the past two years. This is basically Universal's equivalent of Disney's Pleasure Island. A good place to kick back and relax after a long day at the parks. The world famous Jimmy Buffets Margaritaville is well worth a visit. Enjoy that special cocktail. Or kick back with a bud and watch the worlds top performers play in the Hard Rock Café’s own auditorium.
Church Street Station
Church Street Station is based in downtown Orlando its approx 50/60mins from the Davenport Area, so it’s a bit further to travel than most places. The complex features many different bars, shops and restaurants with live entertainment it also has a working railways station. It comes to life after dark, with Rosie O’Gradys being a very popular bar.


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