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The Lazy Person's Way to See Orlando

The Lazy Person's Way to See Orlando

Orlando, Florida - the theme park capital of the world! Known for more than just Disney World, 

Orlando features more than 100 lakes, palm trees, beaches, and everything you need for a tropical vacation.

Over 60 million excited visitors flock to Orlando each year, read about why!

Where to Stay:

Make your Orlando trip unforgettable at the JW Marriott Hotel

This luxurious, 500 acre accommodation features modern suite-style rooms with breathtaking window views. 

For a family-friendly vacation to Florida, check in to the Floridays Resort.

Your family can rest in two or three bedroom suites, lounge poolside or reside on the adults-only poolside bar!

Where to Eat:

Have an unforgettable breakfast at The Glass Knife, a renowned bakery and cafe in downtown Orlando. 

From breakfast sandwiches with pretzel bread, to delectable cakes designed to share, the Glass Knife is perfect for a sweet treat.

If you’re hungry for a quick, tasty lunch - check out Hunger Street Tacos!

This popular spot in downtown Orlando is always extremely busy due to their amazing authentic Mexican food.

Need a date night out?

Make a reservation at the Ravenous Pig, an elegant dining experience with food to match.

A classic American restaurant with an inventive spin on traditional entrees, you won’t find a finer cooked steak in all of Florida!

Things to Do:

How could we discuss Orlando and not mention the incredible Disney World?

The infamous Magic Kingdom theme park attracts millions of tourists each year, each leaving with beaming smiles and priceless memories. 

Mickey Mouse, a plethora of princesses, parades and more! 

You and your family will never forget the enchantment of Disney World. 

Take a break from the magic of Disney at the Orlando Mall, Florida’s largest shopping center. 

With over 270 shops, both luxury brands and tacky souvenirs, there’s something for everyone within these walls. 

Have your mind blown away at the Kennedy Space Center.

Stand underneath the 360+ tall Saturn V Rocket that first took man to the moon! 

With over 60 interactive exhibits, you’ll feel like a real astronaut working for NASA.

 

 

Written By: Abby Ebb (Travel Secrets VIPs Official Intern) 


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