You want to take a Disney Vacation BUT…you start adding up the theme parks, lodging, getting there and you say no way. But you still want to go. Let me help make your Disney Dream come true.
Did you know about these FREE places to visit in Orlando.
“Disney’s BoardWalk area contains more than 90,000 square feet of shops, restaurants and nightclubs.
Enjoy free Ghirardelli Chocolate. While you are exploring the Downtown Disney Marketplace, be sure to make a stop at the Ghirardelli store and you will usually find an employee handing out free samples of fine chocolate.
Visit Pleasure Island at no charge. This area has recently been open to the public, so if you’d like to take a stroll through Pleasure Island (even at night), you can do so and on most nights you can enjoy a cover band that provides outdoor entertainment.
Take a ride on the monorail. It is a little-known fact that one can ride the Disney World monorails at no charge. You can simply park at Downtown Disney for free and take one of the complimentary shuttle busses to the Ticket and Transportation Center. From there, you are free to take a ride on the monorails and experience the awe-inspiring views of the Walt Disney World resort.
Watch Epcot’s Illuminations. The best spot to view Illuminations outside of Epcot is around the Yacht & Beach Club resorts. Best of all, you won’t have to fight the usually enormous crowds after the fireworks are over.
Downtown Disney Parade. Almost everyday Disney World has a high school band perform. These bands get to march in the afternoon parades at Magic Kingdom and Hollywood Studios, and then at night they get to perform at Downtown Disney World. These performances are usually really good.
Universal CityWalk: An outdoor plaza done with a modern Hollywood flair, the CityWalk is a bustling marketplace by day, full of stores that range from fashionable to funky to regular ol’ touristy. At night it is a 30-acre nighttime entertainment complex offering some of the hottest, most recognizable entertainment experiences in the world with dozens of clubs, restaurants and shops.
Lake Eola Park Home to a majestic fountain and graceful swan boats, Lake Eola Park is a bit of serenity and Old Florida in the heart of Orlando. In the east side there is a playground, open space for walking a dog, live swans and shade. On the west side is the Wald Disney Amphitheater where you can see a concert or watch a play.
There are numerous great courses for those who like golf and shoppers will have endless options in and around the city. There’s a lot more than theme parks to this lively city and visitors of all ages will find plenty to do.
So you may be saying OKAY I can vacation in Orlando, spend a little time at the theme parks and there are still plenty of things to do for FREE but what about a place to stay that won’t break the budget. I’m glad you asked. As a member of the
Global Resorts Network we have wonderful 2 bedroom villas in the Orlando area for around $500 total for the week. Plenty of room for the whole family to enjoy their vacation. Plus they have kitchens so you can have breakfast, make lunches to take with you and eat in for dinner when you want to. It’s mom’s vacation too, so go out for meals when you can. I have listed just 3 of the resort properties.
Kingstown Reef Resort 2 bedroom Nov 16-23 Just $516 for the week
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Wyndham Cypress Palms, 2 bedroom Nov 29-Dec 6 just $500 for the week
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Beautiful resorts in the Orlando area at a price you can afford. But you must join Global Resorts Network Travel Club to access these resort prices. Our travel club also has discounted airfares, car rentals, theme park ticket discounts and your own travel expert to help you make your vacation a trip to remember.
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Mike & Vikki