10 Reasons to Visit Disney World Orlando In 2017

10 Reasons to Visit Disney World Orlando In 2017

10 Reasons to visit Walt Disney World Resort on your 2017 Holiday

Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando remains one of the world’s premier destinations for a magical family holiday; offering experiences and fun times that will live long in the memory. And from new attractions, old favourites, amazing hotels and places to eat and drink, plus some fantastic holiday offers available for the new year, here are 10 reasons why you should be considering Walt Disney World for your 2017 holiday.

New to Disney’s Animal Kingdom is Pandora – The World of Avatar

Announced back in 2011, this year sees to the grand opening of the latest themed zone at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Based on the ground-breaking James Cameron blockbuster Avatar, this promises to be a new immersive world into wich guests can explore the bioluminescent world of the Na’Vi. With the Flight of Passage ride offering a chance to fly through the strange planet in a Soarin’ style projection ride. Pandora is scheduled to open in the Spring of 2017.

Speaking of Soarin’…

The Soarin’ ride has been one of the centrepiece attractions at Epcot for years, and one of the most popular rides across the whole of Walt Disney World. And if you’ve ever experienced the ride, you’ll know why. A spectacular projection ride – suitable for the whole family – taking you on an exhilherating journey across the USA. Well, now the iconic ride has gone global. 2016 saw the ride get a major overhaul, with the new and improved ride taking in some of the great landmarks of the world on a stunning immersive journey that will no doubt be a major attraction for visitors in 2017. 

Annual Events throughout the year

As well as the year round attractions and rides on offer across the 4 theme parks, 2 water parks, golf, hotels, shopping and dining areas, Walt Disney World Resort is also host to some amazing annual events throughout the calendar. These include: a range of Disney after-hours events, the Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival, Mickey’s Not-So-Scary-Halloween Party, Christmas attractions, Star Wars half-marathon, summer concerts, and other surprises across the year. And in the early part of 2017, there’s a brand new Epcot event in the International Festival of the Arts.

New Dining & Entertainment at Disney Springs

Disney Springs – born out of the old Disney Marketplace area – was fully launched in 2016 and quickly established itself as a prime spot for eating, drinking, shopping and being generally merry. A great place to dine and have some fun after the parks have closed with a huge range of shops, restaurants and cafes. And the expansion continues into 2017 with more restaurants set to open. Highlights include: The Polite Pig, Wine Bar George (both scheduled for early 2017), alongside popular existing favourites such as Bongo’s Cuban Cafe, the Boathouse and House of Blues Restaurant & Bar. Add in cinemas, music venues, family entertainment and a wide range of shops and Disney Springs will be a fully-fledged addition to the Disney holiday experience in the coming years. Also coming to Disney Springs in 2017 will be the re-vamped Planet Hollywood Observatory. Replacing the old restaurant with a new, ultra-modern dining experience packed with attractions and memorabilia from the movies plus a state of the art observatory to enjoy stars of a more celestial variety.

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The Muppets Present…Great Moments in American History

The Muppets continued popularity will be brought to the fore at Magic Kingdom in 2017, which is great for fans of Jim Henson’s furry creations (and who isn’t?) as the’ve always been underserved slightly at Disney in the past. Their take on great American moments is going to be new for 2017 with multiple performances held throughout the day at the Liberty Square are of Magic Kingdom (which, in our humble opinion, also happens to be a charming part of the park for a chill out and some food). 

20 Hotel Resorts to meet all tastes and budgets

Walt Disney World has 20 different hotels and other forms of accommodation (from camping to luxury villa) to make for a dream holiday exactly as you would want it. Resorts are banded into 3 categories: Value, Moderate and Deluxe (along the lines of 3, 4 and 5 star), and come in a range of different styles and themes. From family favourites that are chock full of classic Disney characters, to the replendent Animal Kingdom Lodge or the elegant charm of Old Key West, the resorts have something to match whatever your personal tastes, desires and budget. And, as guests staying at each resort you are privy to some exceptional added bonuses, such as: free transfers to and from the airport, free parking across the parks, extra hours in the parks

New Rides at Typhoon Lagoon

Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park opens up a new raft ride for all the family – the longest of its kind at the Disney water parks – to add to to the rapids, flumes, speed slides and giant wave pool that already makes the park such a popular spot for a day of water based fun. 

Fastpass+

Fastpass+  remains one of the great tools to make your park visits mroe pleasurable. And, by staying on site at a Disney Resort Hotel or Villa, you can book times on your favourite rides up to 90 days before you arrive, ensuring that you can enjoy all the attractions you want without over-long times in the queues. NOTE: There is a knack to getting the best out of Fastpass+ – we’re always happy to share when you book through us.  

Free Days & Nights Offer

For UK holiday-makers there’s an incentive to book now for their Disney stay in 2017. Booking on selected dates in the year offers the opportunity to enjoy up to 4 Free Nights on a 2 week holiday. There’s a chance to save on your holiday with between 1 & 3 Free nights at value and moderate hotels at Walt Disney World Resort, while you can enjoy between 2 & 6 nights Free (dependent on length of stay) when booking a Deluxe hotel or villa. You can find out more details and enquire here.

PLUS up to 25% on Park Tickets

Early booking (between now and March 2017) of Walt Disney World Resort park tickets can also help with the budgeting, allowing savings of up to 25% on Disney’s Ultimate Tickets (as well as the chance to buy a 14 Day Ultimate Ticket for the Price fof 7 Days).

Interested in a Disney Holiday in 2017?

Why not get in touch and let us see if we can help make your 2017 Disney dream a reality.

Why Book a Villa Holiday in Orlando

Why Book a Villa Holiday in Orlando

There’s a lot to love about a villa holiday in Orlando

A villa holiday is one of the more popular ways to enjoy a holiday in Orlando for many who venture to the region. It’s a particular favourite if you happen to be travelling in a larger group; typically an extended family holiday with kids, parents and grandparents along for the fun. 

Stunning Disney Area Villas from HomeAway*

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7 Bedroom Villa with pool (inc waterslide). Beautiful Home for 6 – 16 guests. 5 Star Reviews | 15 mins from Disney – From £104 per night

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New Renovated, 3 Mi. from Disney. Awesome 4 BR/3BA, Pool, Hot Tub, Grill, &Games

My family and I enjoyed a wonderful week at this Bellavida Villa in April 2014

Disney Area Villa Holidays 2016

Includes private pool | hot tub | Games Room | 15 mins to Disney

So what are the key attractions to a villa holiday in Orlando? 

A Villa is perfect for large groups

Orlando is a destination which often attracts larger groups of family or friends. And a villa can be the offer the perfect answer for your accommodation needs. 

There are literally thousands of private villas and townhouses available to rent throughout the Orlando area, most of which you’ll find within relatively easy driving access to the main theme parks. And there’s generally a villa to fit any party size, from a family of 4 to groups of 10, 12, 14 and even some that can accommodate up to 18 people. 

 

Excellent Value

For what you get in terms of space, amenities and home from home style luxury, a villa in Orlando can offer truly exceptional value for money. In particular when sharing a larger property as an extended family or 2 families holidaying together. 

For instance, we found one of a number of holiday villas available on the property rental site, HomeAway which offers:

  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 5 Bathrooms
  • Private Pool and patio area
  • Fully equipped modern kitchen, dining & living areas
  • A Games room
  • TV, DVD
  • Located just 2.5 miles from Disney on the gated community of Windsor Hills
  • Communal pool on resort with play slides

This villa is licenced to accommodate up to 12 people and is the perfect size for 2 families to share (or a family of 4 Plus grandparents perhaps). 

A week in this villa is liable to cost around £1525 in the height of the season. Divide that by 2 families and it’s £762.50 per family. (please note these are only approximate prices and used for illustration purposes only). 

Not bad value when you consider the standard of accommodation (plus amazingly convenient location) you will be getting. You can get full details of this and other similar properties here.

Great Base From Which to Explore Orlando

A villa can provide the perfect balance between all the fun and excitement of the main attractions in Orlando with the respite of getting away from it all and chilling out in the confines of your own space.

It really can be like having a home from home experience, everyone having their area to relax and lounge around when needed. I know that many want to be in the mix of things at one of the many amazing holiday resorts and hotels at Disney, Universal or along International Drive – and that’s perfectly fine. I’ve done that myself and it’s wonderful fun. 

But for many others, the villa just offers a delightful mix of the chilled out, the luxurious and, given that most are an easy drive from the attractions, very accessible when it comes to enjoying all that Orlando has to offer. And it has a lot to offer. 

 

*Links listed are to villa ads posted on HomeAway Website in accordance with our affiliate disclosure (see foot of page)

Twin Centre Holiday in 2016?

Twin Centre Holiday in 2016?

Orlando and The Gulf Coast – A Twin Centre Holiday Itinerary

 

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sunset over the Gulf of Mexico

The pull of the theme parks is a strong one for many families heading to Florida – as we’ve said before, it’s one of those BIG holiday trips to make while the kids are, well, still kids. However, a week or more of ‘hitting the parks’ can be a little tiring – especially in those summer months when the temperatures soar and the humidity begins to take its toll. 

Which is why so many families opt for a week or ten days of action and non-stop fun around Disney, Universal and the other main theme parks, before packing up and heading to the relative serenity of a resort along the Gulf Coast. Whether Clearwater and St Pete’s near Tampa (and pretty much the closest port of call from Orlando) to Sarasota, Fort Myers, Naples or any number of other beautiful resorts as you move south along the coastline. Each one offering stunning white sandy beaches, the warm and calm blue water of the Gulf of Mexico and pure, indulgent chilled out holiday time. The perfect relaxed antidote to the hectic Orlando pace. 

Something like this,perhaps?

*The following are sample itineraries for guidance only, based on a family of 4 (2 adults and 2 children aged 7 & 9). Prices are averages for the time of year – 1st 2 weeks of UK summer school holiday – and not exact*

Memorable Disney / Universal & Gulf Coast Holiday 

Direct Flights London Gatwick to Orlando International

7 Nights at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge

2 Nights at Loews Royal Pacific – Universal Orlando® Resort

5 Nights at Hyatt Regency Clearwater Beach Resort

Additional:

Disney’s 14 Day Ultimate Ticket for the Price of 7 Days

Universal 2 Park Bonus Ticket

Car Hire – Full Size for 10 Days (pick up on penultimate day of Disney stay until return to airport)

As guests at Disney you can utilise Fastpass+ to book times to ride attractions and make dining reservations up to 90 days before you travel. You also have ability to enjoy Extra Hours in the Disney Parks. 

As guests at a Universal Resort you and your party can benefit from early entry into theme parks (1 hour before general public) PLUS you have complimentary Universal Express™ Passes to go to the front of the queues on rides for the duration of your stay (note: main rides at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter™ not included on Universal Express).  

 

Average Price - Based on 2 adults, 2 children July 21 - Aug 4 2016:

Classic Orlando and Gulf Coast Twin Centre Holiday

Outbound: London Heathrow to Orlando International (with 1 connection / stop over)

Return: Miami Airport to London Heathrow – Direct

Lake Buena Vista Resort Village & Spa (2 Bed Apartment) – 7 Nights

The Inn on the 5th Naples, Florida – 7 Nights

Full Size Car Hire: 14 Days

Additional:

Disney & Universal Combo Ticket (All access to Disney & Universal for duration of stay) .

Average Price - Based on 2 adults, 2 children July 21 - Aug 4 2016:

At Florida Travel Service we specialise in helping you put together the holiday you desire. So if it’s something like the examples given above, or if you have something else in mind – or of course if you want us to offer some ideas – then please get in touch through our online contact form or by giving us a call on 029 2076 4101

Disney’s Extra Magic Hours – Summer Holiday 2015

Disney’s Extra Magic Hours – Summer Holiday 2015

Are you heading to Walt Disney World when the schools finish this summer?

If you are then it might be a help to know the days when each of the Disney parks has its Extra Magic Hours (EMH) during the holiday weeks.

What are Disney’s Extra Magic Hours?

  • Disney’s Extra Magic Hours are hours in the park that are exclusive to those holiday-makers who are staying as guests at one of the resort hotels.
  • An EMH day is where a park will provide access to hotel guests 1 hour before the park opens to the general public. On occasion it might be that the park will remain open 1 or 2 hours later at night for hotel guests.
  • Each of the four main theme parks (Magic Kingdom, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios) will have allocated EMH days on a rotation throughout the week – so 1 day it will be Magic Kingdom, another day Epcot, for example).

Why Does it help to Know?

Knowing when each park has an EMH day can be beneficial to your planning whether you are staying at a resort hotel on site or whether you’re staying off site at a villa or hotel.

If you’re in a resort hotel then it makes sense to know when the EMH day is for a particular park because that’s a day to potentially visit the park and take advantage of the extra hour to get ahead of the queues.

If you’re staying off site, it’s also useful because if you know a park has an EMH on one day then you might want to consider going to a park on the following day as you may find many of the hotel residents will be at a different park that day. Of course, that doesn’t mean it won’t be busy – in the summer it’s busy – but it might just lessen the crowds a little bit which, once you start planning, can help you try to keep queuing to a minimum.

Therefore, to help any of you who are planning for your visit to Disney for the coming summer holidays then this list of Extra Magic Hours days might be a help to you. 

Extra Magic Hours by Date (from July 1st 2015 – August 31st)

July

Morning Extra Magic Hours (Morning Hours are for 1 Hour BEFORE scheduled park opening time)

Magic Kingdom –  1, 9, 16, 23, 30
Epcot –  7, 14, 21, 28
Disney’s Hollywood Studios –  4, 11, 18, 25
Animal Kingdom –  2, 5, 8, 12, 15, 19, 22, 26, 29

Evening Extra Magic Hours (Evening Hours are for 1 to 2 hours AFTER scheduled park closing times).

Magic Kingdom –  3, 11, 18, 25
Epcot –  4, 10, 17, 24, 31
Disney’s Hollywood Studios –  6, 13, 20, 27
Animal Kingdom – None

August

Morning Extra Magic Hours

Magic Kingdom –  6, 13, 20, 27
Epcot – 4, 11, 18, 19, 2
Disney’s Hollywood Studios –  1, 8, 15, 22, 29
Animal Kingdom –  2, 5, 9, 12, 16, 23, 26, 30

Evening Extra Magic Hours

Magic Kingdom –  1, 8, 15, 22, 29
Epcot –  7, 14, 21, 28
Disney’s Hollywood Studios –  3, 10, 17, 24, 31
Animal Kingdom – None

 

 

9 of the Best Disney Rides With No Height Restrictions

9 of the Best Disney Rides With No Height Restrictions

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One of the big issues for families with younger (smaller) children when planning their trips to Walt Disney World, or any other theme park for that matter, is ensuring that there’s enough rides and attractions for them to be able to experience.

Many of the ‘big ticket’ popular rides fall into the thrill category, of varying degrees, and have some kind of height restriction applied for safety reasons. Now, to be honest, it’s not generally a major issue for a lot of families at Disney because a huge number of the rides and attractions have fairly low restrictions (in many cases the height is 40 inches – which makes it low enough for the average 4 year-old to go on).

That said, of course, there are always exceptions and always families with even younger children who still want to get the maximum enjoyment out of their time in the parks. And thankfully, at Disney, there’s plenty of choice so that, whatever the age, height or disposition of your travelling party, there will be more than enough to get great value and pleasure.

Here’s just a few of the best Disney rides with NO height restrictions from across the main parks.

Magic Kingdom

Pirates of the Caribbean

One of the most iconic and best known old rides in Walt Disney World Resort, this ride is the inspiration for the blockbuster movies of the same name and is an enjoyable boat journey into the world of swashbuckling, rum supping, mischievous pirates. With an enjoyable mix of animatronics, models, music and lighting this is a gentle, enjoyable family ride as you look out for Capt. Jack Sparrow and his crew. Note for younger children, there is a small drop near the end and you do have periods of darkness in the ride but overall this is more than suitable for kids of of all ages.

Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin

Guests on Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin

If you love Toy Story then you’ll love this ride. If you don’t, well you’ll probably love this ride anyway! Another gentle ride you will sit in your own small trolleys, each of you having what appears to be a toy laser gun on the front which you can point and shoot. As you wheel and spin your way through the ride aim your gun and shoot at all the different aliens, critters and targets, racking up points for every direct hit. Who’ll get the high score, mum, dad or kids? It’s all set up in true Toy Story cartoon imagery and enormous fun for young and old alike and a fantastic companion to the Toy Story ride in Disney’s Hollywood Studios (see below)

Monsters, Inc. Laugh Floor

Another from the madcap Pixar universe this is a floor show that’s simply a riotous laugh for kids and one of the most popular ‘younger’ attractions over in Tomorrowland. A wild, wacky and downright silly comedy show aimed at tickling the funny bones of kids and adults alike starring some of the characters from the hit movie.

Disney’s Animal Kingdom

Kilimanjaro Safaris at Disney's Animal Kingdom

Kilimanjaro Safaris at Disney’s Animal Kingdom

Kilimanjaro Safaris

A centrepiece ride for the park, this a truck ride through Animal Kingdom’s African savannah. Here you can bump along the uneven paths as you take in some enormously impressive wildlife; from rhino and hippo to elephant and lion. A chance for the parents to wield their cameras as the kids spy on as many amazing animals as they can.

TriceraTop Spin

A classic old style fairground ride with an Animal Kingdom theme. This is a chance for kids to fly around on their own dinosaur on this really quite cute retro-style carnival ride as you gently rise and dip as the lights flash and the music plays. A bit of a classic favourite for the really young kids to enjoy.

Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Toy Story Midway Mania

Disney's Hollywood Studios | Toy Story Spin

Walt Disney World attractions lifestyle shoot. April 2013. Photographer: Cynthia Perez

Similar style ride to the Buzz Lightyear ride at Magic Kingdom this is simply brilliant, bonkers fun as you whirl your way through a surreal but totally kid-friendly world of colour, lights and music shooting digital paintballs and ping-pong balls at moving targets. The young’uns will surely love this crazy ride and the adults will love it even more!

The Great Movie Ride

This one is not so much a kids ride but included in the list as it has No height restriction and is a gentle ride through the movies as you find yourself immersed into the worlds of some of Hollywood’s great films from the Wizard of Oz and Casablanca to Mary Poppins or Raiders of the Lost Ark. A good one for movie lovers and a chance to get up close to some quality movie memorabilia as well.

Epcot

Journey into Imagination with Figment

A ride fairly explicitly aimed at the younger audience this is a gentle cart ride through a series of animatronic scenes (and Eric Idle!) all to a very Disney style song on the theme of using your imagination to make everything possible. It’s colourful and catchy and innocent fun for young children.

The Seas with Nemo and Friends

Another colourful animatronic and digital style ride which uses Finding Nemo as the theme to take you through underwater scenes. One more for the kids this will appeal to the very young with older kids likely to grow a bit bored and itch to go on something a bit faster.

Of course, these are just a sample of popular favourites and there are plenty of other rides, shows and varying attractions which are suited to all ages and sizes – from character meets and themed rides and interactive performances.

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Family Road Trip Across the USA

Family Road Trip Across the USA

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While the majority of our time is spent on arranging that perfect, tailored holiday to Florida, that’s not to say that we ignore the other 49 states in the USA; helping a healthy portion of clients to explore and experience the different cultures, climates and landscapes across the entire country.

I’ve been fortunate to have had the opportunity to explore a huge chunk of America over the years and, believe me, there’s plenty to see. The great cities of the east coast, the scenic routes through New England, the sprawling midwest, the arid, rocky landscape of the Southwest, the sultry deep south and sunshine, glamour and scenery of West coast USA.

Recently we have been helping put together an amazing itinerary for a family from the UK planning for a real whopper of an American adventure. A coast to coast extravaganza that takes in some stunning destinations and truly iconic landmarks along the way.

While I’m not going to reveal the exact itinerary here I will outline the different cities and routes taken with some of the respective regions attractions and you can get a flavour of what a truly tailor made family road trip across the USA can really look and feel like.

First Stop – New York City

Manhattan Midtown skyline panorama at dusk, New York City

Manhattan Midtown skyline panorama at dusk, New York City

Departing from the UK the first port of call is on the east coast to experience the unique vibe of the Big Apple itself.

A few days and nights here is a pretty full-on, energetic start to your holiday with so much to see and do that you won’t know where the time has gone.

Stay in one of the numerous classy midtown hotels to put yourself in prime location to see the sights and get the full Manhattan experience. From here you are within easy access to some of the most iconic landmarks – Empire State & Chrysler Buildings, Madison Square Gardens, Times Square, Central Park – as well as the retail heaven around 5th Avenue and all the entertainment of Broadway’s theatre district.

Some Things to See while in NYC

  • Observatory Level of the Empire State (sunset is a particularly spectacular time) to get an awesome view across the skyline
  • Ferry out to the Statue of Liberty (our view is that it’s more impressive looking at than looking from so stay on the ferry and take your pics)
  • The 9/11 Memorial at Ground Zero
  • The Rockefeller Center
  • There are,of course, many more sights and experiences – why not pre-book one of the tour passes before you leave including hop on / hop off buses to all major sights and attractions.

It’s Vegas Time

The pace really isn’t slowing down on stage 2 of the trip. Flying from JFK and heading west to the (in)famous desert city of sin and opulence that is Las Vegas.

This is one of those places that needs to be seen to be believed and, in truth, it’s a place that as a family you’d only want to spend a couple of days visiting.

Yes this is a city built upon gambling and casinos which is essentially what all the hotels double up as. But boy are they on some scale. I’ve heard the place described as Disney World for adults (although in my opinion, Disney World is every bit for adults as kids!) and the reason for this is the many varied themed hotels that, like them or loathe them, astonishing creations.

There’s the enormous MGM Grand which is great for families given its stunning pool and entertainment facilities; the iconic Ceasars Palace, the opulence of the Bellagio and the recreation of Venice (gondolas and all) of the Venetian – to name but a few.

And of course, at night there’s an incredible array of entertainment with some of the world’s great acts sure to be in town whenever you arrive here.

The Grand Canyon

Panoramic View of Grand Canyon, USA

Panoramic View of Grand Canyon, USA

You want my advice, if you are thinking of following our client’s and putting a similar trip together then don’t head out this way and forget to visit the Grand Canyon.

If Vegas is an eye-bulging scene of man made glitz and architecture then Grand Canyon is the polar opposite; a simply jaw-dropping natural wonder on such a monumental scale that you can barely take it in on first viewing.

There are a number of ways to visit the Canyon. You can book to fly by small plane or helicopter from Las Vegas with a number of different trips that either simply fly around (and within) the canyon or in some cases will land to let you walk and tour for a while.

Another option is to rent a car and head out on your own. It’s about a 4 1/2 hour drive so the best option might be to say farewell to Vegas and book into one of the rustic hotels near the Canyon (or maybe into Flagstaff, a little farther away) so that you can get up early next day and experience a staggering sunrise over this amazing scene. Of course, if you drive there, then you have to drive on (either back to Vegas or perhaps a few hours south to the beautiful Scottsdale / Phoenix area).

San Francisco

Don’t worry about flowers in your hair but do take the time to visit the delightful city of San Francisco. From Union Square to Fisherman’s Wharf, Pacific Heights to Haight Ashbury this is a city very much with its own unique vibe. Home for the Hippies of the sixties, the liberal legacy lives on in the city alongside a modern, cosmopolitan feel and a huge range of nightlife, dining and entertainment.

Take the hop on / hop off bus routes to see the main attractions and DEFINITELY pre-book a trip out to Alcatraz. It’s quite an experience and one that gets booked up well in advance.

Pacific Highway

One of the most scenic driving routes in the USA, if not the world. Take a car from San Fran and make the journey south on the winding road on the edge of America. With the pacific ocean as your companion you can make gentle progress through the small towns and incredible scenery and wildlife that the highway has to offer. Take a day or two to make the journey stopping off at the beautiful towns of Monterrey or Carmel or maybe Santa Barbara for a night or two.

Los Angeles

Classical view of Los Angeles Downtown

Final calling point is LA. Home of the movies and a sprawling urban centre of commerce, entertainment and general American razzmatazz. Maybe base yourself on the coast at Santa Monica, Newport or Long Beach from where you can spend a few days taking in the sights from Grauman’s Chinese Theatre to the Hollywood walk of fame, a trip among the rich and famous on Rodeo Drive and Beverly Hills or a studio tour around Universal perhaps.

A stay in LA seems to be a fitting end to a trip which began in the big city back east and another memorable chapter in a holiday that will stay in the memory for a lifetime.

At Florida Travel Service (as part of the Three Arches Travel Company) we can tailor a dream holiday to all destinations across the USA, calling on our own experiences and knowledge and understanding what you wish to do. So if the above has whet your appetite or if you have anything else in mind, give us a call or get in touch via our contact form here…

 

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