Four Half-Days in Orlando

Four Half-Days in Orlando, Orlando, Florida (B)

My last trip to Orlando was a short one. My husband and I primarily went to visit my grandmother, and it wasn’t our first visit there. Everyone knows that when you go to Orlando, you’re probably going to visit one or more of the big amusement parks. But we’d already been to Disney World, Epcot and Universal Studios. This time we wanted to be part-time tourists. We chose an itinerary that allowed us to enjoy four half-days in Orlando, while still spending every afternoon with my sweet grandmother!

We decided to go in late September. It’s a great time to go, for a couple reasons. First, the temperatures are slightly cooler than in July and August. Secondly, it’s shoulder season for tourists…meaning it’s not when most of the tourists go to Orlando. So it just wasn’t very crowded. As a travel blogger, I decided to contact the Visit Orlando tourism board to see if anyone might be interested in having me write reviews in exchange for discounted or complimentary admission. As it turned out, September was a good time for this as well. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Four Half-Days in Orlando
Guide Location: USA » Orlando
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Tamara Wilcox
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Odditorium
  • Gatorland
  • Earls Kitchen + Bar
  • Croissant Gourmet
  • LDS Temple
  • Disney Springs
  • Cirque du Soleil