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The Singing Tower at Bok Tower Gardens. The tower is a carillon with 60 bells. Such a beautiful place The Orlando Eye. I haven't been on it yet, but I love seeing all of the changing colors! Really wishing that Sydney had a Sugar Factory so I could grab one of these yummy concoctions! This picture is from the Sugar Factory in Orlando - the bar tender makes the drink right it front of you so you can film as the dry ice is poured in! It is how they build the houses in Orlando! The Orlando Wonder Works resembles a upside down building, complete with inverted palm trees. Made to look like a mansion uprooted by a tornado and dumped in the middle of the block. It was built in 1998. The inside has an upside down appearance as well. It's $25/adult for admission to visit inside. You can feed the birds! One yummy castle! The World of Chocolate Museum is amazing & you get to sample chocolates at the end of the tour Quiet please. I take a sun bath.
#desktop #KidsFun A peaceful find in such a bustling city. Discovery Cove isn't cheap, but its worth every penny. The Orlando Eye is an attraction on I Drive that I wish had a better view. Too far from downtown and too far from Disney. But, certainly fun to photograph.
#EndlessSummer Beatiful sun!
Orlando, Florida - USA 🇺🇸 So sweet Sea of Christmas trees Ducks in Peabody hotel Orlando...
How did the tradition of the ducks in The Peabody fountain begin?
Back in the 1930s Frank Schutt, General Manager of The Peabody, and a friend, Chip Barwick, returned from a weekend hunting trip to Arkansas. The men had a little too much Jack Daniel's Tennessee sippin' whiskey, and thought it would be funny to place some of their live duck decoys (it was legal then for hunters to use live decoys) in the beautiful Peabody fountain.
Three small English call ducks were selected as Who doesn't love penguins? Another of Orlando's parks, SeaWorld is a theme park, and marine-life based zoological park.
Roller coasters Manta and Kraken are fantastic. Love to watch the colorful fish in the tank! Dolphin play time! Good hotel for people visiting or working in Orange County Convention Centre Trader Joes in the Dr Phillips area puts a lot of effort into making it beautiful. The dolphin show is always amazing! Believe it or not, these are wild birds and not a part of the Seal exhibit. Flying with Manta, at Sea World Orlando. #Blue
#EndlessSummer Vista de Orlando, final da tarde é mais bonito Upside down building on International Drive! Hogwarts. Still waiting for my owl. Such a good waterpark!
Good variety of rides for the whole family, good atmosphere and 2 wave pools!
I personally think the rapid lazy river (the name is escaping me whilst writing this) - where you just use a life jacket to float with the fast currents, it's so fun!!
Definitely worth the visit! 🏊🏽‍♀️🏊🏻 Decent place for the entire family to enjoy a day mini golf. Sparkly chandelier in Tampa. #AquaTrove Snorkelling with stingrays. #SweetSpot
Eat one or eat them all at Season 52! Lazy river at the lakeshore reserve is truly relaxing! Style 16.00 Dolphin Show Dolphin saying hi! Afternoon tea, love it! Great view of Orlando! Kids friendly 400 feet high and it takes 1/2 hour for a complete revolution. Fun Spot America is a cool and entertaining place for the entire family. This Chevrolet truck is on display inside the complex. If you can't make it to London, to give the London Eye a ride, the Orlando Eye is a great option. Next time I'll try riding at dusk. This place is crazy!! A cross between McDonalds and Chuckie Cheese!! A McDonalds on roids Fish & Chips, and B.L.T.E. (BLT with egg; tomato is fried green.) Always a fan of symmetry! #orlando #marriott Something from amazing SeaWorld Orlando Another photo from SeaWorld Orlando. Big coaster fabulous place to stay Unreal. Relaxing Excellent informative show about Orcas. Staircase featuring modern stainless glass clamps, next to the Bistro.
#architecture Simply a great place to have lunch Who'd think a strip shopping center restaurant in Orlando would be a New York experience. Great high priced but worth the experience restaurant. Great spot in Orlando close to attractions, for a pharmacy conference! The duck didn't read the sign! #hotel #wildlife #swimmingpool Straight down from the highest point of The Eye. #endlesssummer
Our kids loved Seaworld!!! The all day dining plan is a must!!! Looking out from the high point. Huge portions! We also enjoyed a BLT Bloody Mary but forgot to take a pic! (February 2016) Best waterpark in the world! Nice drinks and taps An Antarctica attraction with lots of penguins including Adelies, Gentoos, Emperors, and a couple of types. There are some other things to see, like a cafe, store.
(I went to Antarctica and was curious to see how close the attraction represented Antarctica and have to say it did a good job) Steakburger & chicken Ceasar at The Bistro I love rollercoasters. What I thought what was weird though: when entering the park you had to have your finger prints scanned. When we were on the way to Sea World we stopped by a shopping center filled with Roman statues. It's called Piazza Roma and it is in Orlando. Flamboyant starfish 💃🏽
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