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Here's a selection of attractions offering reduced prices: Aquatica: off BeachLine Expressway at Interstate 4 southwest of Orlando; 407-351-3600; Pick Two combined pass for Florida residents to any two "Worlds of Discovery" parks (Aquatica, Busch...
Tags: Zoology, Bodies of Water, Children, Auto Racing, Science
animals Brevard Zoo, sections on Latin America, Native Florida, Africa and Australia, hands-on area, contact yard, railroad ("Wild Encounters," behind-the-scenes tour with animal keeper, 1 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays; $75 nonmembers, $65 members): 9:30 a....
Usually when I go out to interview authors, I don't feel as if I've stumbled into a slumber party. As soon as I turned up in Duke's Coffee Shop on the Sunset Strip to meet Emily Lockhart, Sarah Mlynowski and Lauren Myracle to talk about their joint novel,...
Tags: Travel, Book, MySpace, Florida, Auction Service
OrlandoSentinel.com StaffThere's more attractions than you can count in Central Florida. Check out the best-of-the-best of Orlando's other attractions. Busch Gardens It may be an hour or so away, but it's well worth it. Busch Gardens is one of the best spots for roller coaster...
Sentinel Travel EditorHey there, hi there, ho there, Disney-philes: It's time to make plans to head for Dearborn, Mich. Why there? Because The Henry Ford, a Dearborn museum, is partnering with Walt Disney Imagineering to present "Behind the Magic: 50 Years of Disneyland."...
Tags: Ford, Windsurfing, Children, Auto Racing, Science
Times Staff WriterThree weeks after fleeing Hurricane Katrina, one New Orleans evacuee took up a new home Saturday — next to an alligator-infested park lake in Harbor City. Storm victim Thomas "T-Bone" Quinn pledged to camp next to Lake Machado until he could...
Tags: Hurricanes, Colorado, Florida, Death, Los Angeles
Times Staff WriterA day after being tapped to track down an urban alligator in a Harbor City lake, a New Orleans evacuee was taken off the job Sunday after city officials determined that he had no liability insurance and no known credentials. Thomas "T-Bone" Quinn had...
Tags: Natural Resources, Wetlands, Colorado, Hurricanes, Florida
Scott Powers writes: "I view Central Florida's theme parks both as the world's playground and as complex businesses critical to the local and Florida economies, the tens of thousands of people who try to make their livings from them, and the fortunes of...
I'm an Orlando native who has watched Central Florida grow since the days Gatorland was considered a main attraction and fewer than 15 million people a year flew in to Orlando International Airport. Today nine theme parks compete for tourists' attention,...
Orlando Sentinel Staff WriterClermont -- Lake County is known for its citrus heritage. Generations of growers have enriched the region's soil, planted groves in orderly rows and nurtured blossoming trees until they produced ripe, juicy globes ready for the picking. U.S. Highway 27...
The New York TimesFor my first visit to Florida, I had only one requirement. I didn't want the experience to be one big theme park. No problem, as it turned out; I was sent there to work, at a trade show in Orlando. With my colleague Dwayne, a landscaper and avocational...
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