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The city of Orlando is located in one of the world's most visited tourist regions, which draws tens of million visitors every year. Among its principal tourist attractions are Walt Disney World, SeaWorld Orlando, and Universal Orlando. The establishment of these mega-amusement parks has encouraged other investors, and there are tens of thousands hotel and motel beds in the Orlando area, thousands of restaurants, countless golf courses, and numerous other attractions great and small.Orlando has a subtropical climate with hot and rainy weather from May to October and cooler temperatures from November to April that brings less frequent rainfall.

  1. Disney Hollywood Studios - Like Universal Studios, Disney Hollywood Studios underscores Orlando’s standing as a small, but growing, film production center and offers an up-close look at the world of “Lights! Camera! Action!”. The park cost $300 million to create and the result is an effective fusion of fun and information; the attractions tend to be complex, involving rides, shows, and educational commentary, so there really is something for everyone. Nostalgic references to Hollywood’s heyday are balanced by high-tech trickery, making this a must for anyone with even a remote interest in the movies.
  2. Islands of Adventure -Orlando didn’t have a lot to offer adrenaline junkies until Universal unveiled its second Central Florida park in 1999. Billed as the “world’s most technologically advanced theme park,” no rivals can touch Islands of Adventure’s (IOA) thrill power and innovation (although Tampa’s Busch Gardens is also highly rated by thrill-seekers). With terrifying roller coasters, three heart-stopping water attractions, and stunningly creative rides, it is the place to head for those who like to live dangerously.
  3. Magic Kingdom - Walt Disney’s first Florida theme park opened in 1971, envisaged as a place where dreams come true, even if only for a little while. It took six years and $400 million to create “Disneyland East”, which has surpassed Walt’s own dream: instead of being a spin-off of California’s Disneyland Park, it has become the USA’s most popular theme park, attracting more than 17 million visitors every year (some 40,000 each day). Although little has changed in 40 years, with more than 40 major attractions and countless minor ones, this is a true fantasyland for the young and young at heart.
  4. Epcot - Walt Disney imagined Epcot (Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow) as a futuristic township where people could live, work, and play in technologically enhanced splendor. After his death in 1966, the idea changed dramatically, and Epcot opened in 1982 as a park of two halves: Future World focuses on science, technology and the environment, while World Showcase spotlights the cultures of several nations. The pairing works because both sections are educational and appeal to curious adults and kids alike. Be warned, the park is vast, a fact that has led some to joke its name is an acronym for “Every Person Comes Out Tired.”
  5. Universal Studios Florida - Universal’s first park in Florida opened in 1990, with movie-themed rides and shows, and a mission to steal some of Disney Hollywood’s limelight. But it is only since a revamp that the park has really taken off, due largely to the runaway success of the hugely popular Men in Black Alien Attack, Terminator 2 3-D and the child-friendly Woody Woodpecker’s KidZone.
  6. Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park - As the name implies, wildlife rules at the latest addition to Disney’s empire of fun, which is home to 1,700 animals and around 250 species spread across 500 acres (200 hectares) of lush landscape. Here, the serious issue of conservation is combined with the playfulness of a theme park, though critics complain that the landscaping makes it hard to see the animals, especially in the hottest parts of the day. There’s compensation in the fact that the park has some enthralling shows, rides and attractions reflecting conservation and nature at Disney.
  7. SeaWorld Orlando - Opened in 1973, SeaWorld Orlando is the city’s third major attraction. But its unique marine wildlife focus and educational goals puts it in a league all its own. Guest can get up close and personal with killer whales, sea lions, manatees, rays, and a host of other watery creatures. During 2012 and 2013, SeaWorld is undergoing a major redevelopment, so some attractions may not be open.
  8. Wet ‘n Wild - Opened in 1977 by George Millay, the founder of SeaWorld, Wet ‘n Wild boasts an awesome collection of rides, family activities, and a beach party atmosphere that visitors of all ages enjoy. There is a refreshing lack of merchandise tie-ins here, even though the park is now owned by Universal Studios. The focus I on original thrill rides that leave guests breathless and grinning. Despite strong challenges by Disney World in the form of Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon, Wet ‘n Wild remains the region’s best water park, and one of the area’s top attractions.
  9. Merritt Island - Thanks to the U.S. government’s race into space, Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge at the Kennedy Space Center has become the second-largest reserve in Florida. Founded in 1963 to serve as a security buffer zone for NASA, it’s 140,000 acres now serve as an important habitat for endangered species and a vital stop-over along the migration path of hundreds of birds. The Manatees are the refuge’s most popular attractions.
  10. Kennedy Space Center - More than any other Florida attraction, the Kennedy Space Center highlights and celebrates the fruits of human inquiry and imagination. Built in 1967, the center’s Visitor Complex has become one of Florida’s most popular tourist destinations. Each year, it offers a fascinating window on life beyond Earth to more than 1.5 million visitors, and is the site of many dramatic spacecraft launches.
  11. Basilica of the National Shrine of Mary, Queen of the Universe –This large church can seat 2,000 people and is adorned with impressive stained glass windows. The church contains an 8 ft marble statue of Mary, created by sculptor Jill Burkee. In the outdoor chapel is another sculpture of the Mother and Child by Jerzy Kenar.On site is a museum with religious sculptures, paintings, and a relic of Saint Desiderius. Also of interest is the Pilgrimage Center, offering information on the history of the Christian Pilgrimage.

This Catholic Church serves the many visitors to the Orlando area as a place of worship.

  1. Gatorland - has thousands of alligators, crocodiles and other reptiles, some of which perform in daily shows and demonstrations. The "Alligator Jumparoo" show and "Gator Wrestlin'" are two examples. The facility is also home to rare leucisticalligators, which are white. A small train does rounds on the grounds and an observation tower provides views of the breeding marsh and surrounding region. One of the more recent additions to Gatorland is the zip line that runs over top of alligators and crocodiles. For the less adventurous there is still the self-guided swamp walk, and kids will enjoy the Gator Gully Splash Park.
  1. K Restaurant - CONTACT: http://www.krestaurant.net, Tel: 407-872-2332. Address: 1710 Edgewater Dr.

Chef and owner Kevin Fonzo, one of Orlando's most celebrated and established field-to-fork foodie stars, earns local and national accolades year after year, but this neighborhood favorite remains wonderfully unassuming. There's a wrap-around porch, a lovely little terrace, and herbs and vegetables come from the on-site garden.

Try the stacked fried green tomatoes with crab.

  1. Yellow Dog Eats – CONTACT: http://www.yellowdogeats.com, Address: 1236 Hempel Ave.

Housed in what was once a general store, with a tin roof, courtyard dining, an old boys' school locker filled with bottled beer, and an eclectic mix of quirky dog-inspired decor, this laid-back boho Orlando gem serves up excellent barbecue. Try the Florida Cracker (pulled pork with gouda, bacon and fried onions) with a side of Cuban black beans.

  1. Smiling Bison – CONTACT: http://www.thesmilingbison.com

Tel: 407-898-8580. Address: 745 Bennett Rd

Don't be turned off by the dive exterior and empty lot surrounds of this spunky little unaffected delight tucked just beyond the congestion of E Colonial Dr. Famous for its bison burger, served on an English-muffin-like bun with homemade fries, the limited but changing menu also features excellent pizza and creative dishes with a nod to the South.

There are a few tables outside, and live jazz and the like most nights.

  1. Dessert Lady Café –CONTACT: http://www.dessertlady.com

Tel. 407-999-5696

Address: 7600 Dr Phillips Blvd, No 78

Nationally acclaimed and a local favorite, this is where the old saying 'desserts to die for' comes from. Fruit cobbler, bourbon pecan pie, key-lime cake and more are the specialties.

  1. Stardust Video & Coffee – CONTACT: http://www.stardustvideoandcoffee.wordpress.com

Tel. 407-623-3393. Address: 1842 E Winter Park Rd

Hipster-hippie hangout by day, with folks hunkered down behind laptops and books; craft cocktail and artisan beer hot spot by night. There's a Sunday brunch, fresh-squeezed juices, plenty of vegetarian options and, oddly, video rentals.

BUS SERVICE

LYNX provides regularly scheduled bus service throughout Orange, Seminole, Osceola and Lake Counties. Small portions of Polk and Volusia Counties are served as well. Other LYNX services include:

-              LYMMO, which provides fare-free Downtown Orlando circulator service;

-              FASTLINK, LYNX’ weekday morning and afternoon commuter service designed to provide quicker connections by reducing stops along specific corridors;

-              Vanpool, a commuter assistance program;

-              ACCESS LYNX, which provides paratransit service throughout the community;

-              Neighborlink, LYNX’ flexible community circulator service;

-              Xpress service, which provides direct trips from Lake and Osceola Counties;

-              and the Road Rangers Program, sponsored by State Farm, which provides roadside assistance to I-4 motorists.

2-            RAIL LINE SYSTEMS

The existing passenger railroad system includes Amtrak and SunRail. SunRail provides Central Florida with commuter rail service from DeBary in Volusia County to Sand Lake Road in Orange County. SunRail is ADA compliant and bicycle friendly, and includes restrooms, power outlets and free wi-fi.

Dr. P. Phillips House

Address: 135 N Lucerne Cir E, Orlando, FL 32801

Tel: +1 407-648-5188

2-            Rogers Building

Address: 37 – 39 S. Magnolia Ave, Orlando, FL 32801

Tel: +1 407-352-6100

3-            Orlando Building Inspection

Address: Downtown Orlando City Hall, 400 S Orange Ave # 1, Orlando, FL 32801

Tel: +1 407-246-2271

4-            Orange County Building Division

Address: 201 S Rosalind Ave, Orlando, FL 32801

Tel: +1 407-836-5550

Open: Monday – Friday 08:00am – 05:00pm

5-            Orange County Administration Services Department

Address: 400 E South St, Orlando, FL 32801

Tel: +1 407-836-7396

6-            Cathedral Church of St. Luke

Address: 130 N Magnolia Ave, Orlando, FL 32801

Tel: +1 407-849-0680

E-mail: [email protected]

7-            Saint James Catholic Cathedral

Address: 215 N Orange Ave, Orlando, FL 32801

Tel: +1 407-422-2005

8-            Orlando Museum of Art

Address: 2416 N Mills Ave, Orlando, FL 32803

Tel: +1 407-896-4231

9-            Mennello Museum of American Art

Address: 900 E Princeton St, Orlando, FL 32803

Tel: +1 407-246-4278

10-         Camping World Stadium

Address: 1 Citrus Bowl Pl, Orlando, FL 32805

E-mail: [email protected]

Tel: +1 407-440-5700

11-         Jay Bergman Field

Address: 4422 Knights Victory Way, Orlando, FL 32816

Tel: +1 407-823-3213

12-         Orange County Library System – Orlando Public Library

Address: 101 E Central Blvd, Orlando, FL 32801

Tel: +1 407-835-7323

13-         Edgewater Branch Library

Address: 5049 Edgewater Dr, Orlando, FL 32810

Tel: +1 407-835-7323

14-         Lake Eola Park

Address: 512 E Washington St, Orlando, FL 32801

Tel: +1 407-246-4484

15-         Park of the Americas

Address: 201 Andes Ave, Orlando, FL 32807

Tel: +1 407-207-4951

16-         Wonderland Playground

Address: 5967 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32808

Tel: +1 407-532-7496

17-         Blue Jacket Park

Address: 2501 General Rees Ave, Orlando, FL 32802

Tel: +1 407-246-2287

18-         Delaney Park

Address: 1055 Delaney Avenue, Orlando, FL 32801

Tel: +1 407-246-2286

19-         Fun Spot America Theme Parks – Orlando

Address: 5700 Fun Spot Way, Orlando, FL 32819

Tel: +1 407-363-3867

20-         Universal’s Islands of Adventure

Address: 6000 Universal Blvd, Orlando, FL 32819

Tel: +1 407-224-4233

21-         Discovery Cove Orlando

Address: 6000 Discovery Cove Way, Orlando, FL 32821

Tel: +1 877-557-7404

22-         Sea Life Orlando Aquarium

Address: 8449 International Dr, Orlando, FL 32819

Tel: +1 866-622-0607

23-         Bottled Ocean Inc.

Address: 6148 Hanging Moss Rd #130, Orlando, FL 32807

Tel: +1 407-963-6521

24-         Exotic Animal Experience

Address: Quinlan St, Orlando, FL 32833

Tel: +1 407-383-6766

E-mail: [email protected]

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