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Orlando is one of those cities that you need to experience just once in your lifetime. There is excitement on every corner and people of all age groups will be pleased with the offerings. From food to amusement parks and amazing nightlife; there is nothing this area doesn't have to offer. In case you are considering a trip to this Florida haven, you may want to get a charter bus to get you where you need to go. Where to go may be the issue, so here are ten places you don't want to miss.
Do you love roller coasters and that adrenaline rush they give? Is so, you simply must check out Islands of Adventure. The 110 acres is filled with rides, including three amazing water rides. The rides are themed like famous movies like Wizarding World of Harry Potter and Jurassic Park. Who doesn't want to come face to face with a dinosaur in 3D detail? This place is so amazing they won an award for the best theme park in the country in 2010. If you're bringing children or teens along on your charter bus tour, you have to stop by this amusement park.
If your dream has always been to swim with the dolphins, Discovery Cove allows you to do that in a controlled environment. It's one of the best snorkeling spots around that brings you up close and personal with nature. The colorful reefs teeming with thousands of tropical fish are just one thing you can explore. For those who want real deep-sea adventure, the shipwrecks, and other underwater excitement await. If you long to mingle with a family of otters and then walk across the ocean floor; Discovery Cove is the place for you.
While it isn't a ride that will have you hanging on for dear life, the tranquil paradise found in Harry P. Leu Gardens is something that is enjoyed by many. With over 50 acres of landscape, including many lakes; it's one breathtaking place to be. Tour a historic 19th century home that has been restored to its former glory, all while viewing nature in all it's splendor.
There are amusement parks, and then there are some really bizarre amusement parks. This one is a park themed after the holy land. The non-profit corporation uses the money to put back into the park. If you want to ride a ride that searches through ancient Israel back in the biblical times, this might be one way to experience something totally diverse on your trip. Shop at the Jerusalem street market and talk with people of old. The Holy Land Experience is not one trip you won't soon forget.
It's not Disney World, but Lake Eola Park is a public center where people can gather and enjoy the great outdoors. The swan boats here are the perfect way to spend a romantic evening together. Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and explore the many hiking trails or fish a bit in the lake.
Located on the Rollins College campus, the Cornell Fine Arts Museum allows visitors and local to discover Orlando's history. Founded in 1978, it serves as a great reminder of how the city has grown and changed over the years. They also feature abstract art, numerous exhibitions, and even live demonstrations. It's free of charge to the public. From antiquity to contemporary, they have more than 5,000 pieces.
There are a plethora of golf courses to explore in Orlando. However, few have the spectacular views and the setup of the Eagle Creek Golf Club. With 7,198 yards and over 90 bunkers; it's safe to say this is one big course. You can book your golfing trip online, and also make reservations for their posh restaurant too. They have a receptionist available 24/7 to help with your needs. This upscale club welcomes the public and has much to offer.
The Mad Cow Theatre opened its doors back in 1997. They are Orlando's most respected theater around. They use local actors and actresses to put on stunning performances. Located in the Church Street Corridor's historic area, there is plenty of fine dining options around. While they don't serve dinner here, they do serve up a heaping helping of laughs to go all around. New shows starting frequently keeps the cast and public entertained and on their toes.
One of the iconic parks in Orlando is the Universal Studios Florida. They feature many of the famous movies and turn them into rides. How would you like to come face to face with Jaws? The park has been opened since 1990, and they focus the bulk of their themes on television and movie related rides and exhibits. More than 7.06 million guests come each year to experience all they have to offer. From their first Back to the Future simulator ride to the current Jaws exhibit; they certainly have a nice variety. Make sure to stop by and have plenty of time to spend here when you take your charter bus to Orlando.
No visit to Orlando would be complete without a trip to see that famous mouse and all his friends. There is so much to see and do here it's hard to know where to start. See a ghostly mansion or ride the thrilling rides like Space Mountain. Have tea with a princess, or get your picture taken with prince charming. The Magic Kingdom is just one of the Walt Disney World parks in the area, but it's one you should miss.
If you're ready for the vacation of a lifetime, pack your bags and get ready to go. A charter bus or bus rental can take you on a magical tour of a city that is loved by many.
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