Thursday, September 1, 2011

Vacation Fun - Orlando

Every year my family and I travel to Orlando for some much needed vacation time.  We've visited all the Disney and Universal theme parks (countless times) and just can't enough.  For those of you that know me (or who are loyal readers), you know that Disney is my favorite place to be.  It is a place where our entire family can be together without the distractions of the real world.  I am always planning our next trip and I enjoy doing so.  However, I know many of my friends are not as big on planning as I am.  The hardest part of planning a vacation for most families is finding suitable accommodations.  Some families enjoy staying on property. Others are looking to save some money, but they also don't want to lose the convenience of being close to the parks. (especially if you don't have a car).  Disney Lake Buena Vista hotels are the newest and closest hotels to Disney World.  Not only are their hotels only 5-10 years old, but they also include Fine Restaurants, shuttles to the Disney parks, a heated pool, and a clean environment. What's not to love?

If you are planning a trip to Orlando and are concerned with more than just your accommodation, you should consider booking an Orlando Vacation Package.  You can get great deals on Disney and Universal Studios vacation packages. With, you can talk to an expert that will help you build your perfect vacation.   With their knowledgeable staff and great customer service, planning your vacation couldn't be easier.  They only require a $50 deposit (must be paid in full 15 days prior to vacation) and they guarantee the lowest rates.  They offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee, so you know they will be working hard to make sure you are happy. 

Whether you decide to visit Disney or Universal Studios, you are sure to have a great time in Orlando.  I have visited Orlando about 10 times and I have never left without a desire to go back.  Have you ever been to Orlando?  What is your favorite place to stay?  What is your favorite park to explore?  Grab a latte, put up your feet, and join the discussion!

Disclosure:  The links were sponsored, but the opinions were my own.


Denise McDonough said...

I have been to Disney 5 times and universal once. Last year we were lucky enough to spend 10 days in Orlando just my son and I with his gram this was the first time I didn't do a hotel we went to the new Harry potter park I was in heaven as I eat breath and sleep harry. It was amazing but I find that is not a place for kids I think its more preteen and up. My son was 11 and loved it. 2 years ago my son was 9 and daughter 2 and we spent a week is Disney and it truely is mg favorites place on earth I say to my husband all the time who is a mailman he can get a job at Disney because I'm sure Cinderella needs mail too lol I always leave with fond memories yearning to go back. Like I said on fb I have the pleasure to be going this December and then I think back next may forbour birthdays and 5 year wedding anniversary as we spent our honey moon there! 9 day honey moon spent with snow white Cinderella buzz and finiusans pherb I was on again in heaven lol ohbut my best advice get the meal plan my husband and I saved the tags and age 1100 in food but paid 600 for the plan and starting in December they are doing their free dinning plan!

blueviolet said...

Although I prefer to be on the monorail, sometimes to save money I do stay over there in those properties, and they're very nice!