I can answer questions specifically about spending your vacation time in Orlando. I can direct you to restaurants that are great values for families and couples alike. I can also answer your questions about Disney, I-drive, Univerisal and Sea World including ticketing, hours, things to do at each location to make the best use of your time.
I have travelled extensively and now live in the Orlando area. I was a former travel agent and know how to spot the best deals.
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First Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years are the worst for crowds. So late August you will miss most of it as the American kids are back in school already. that time of year we will hit
I would honestly suggest you just go to Disney for the days you are here. The kids aren't going to be able to do that much at the Universal Parks. (however, the adults love Harry Potter) Also buying
The average temperature in January is right around 70 Degrees or 21C. It can range up to 28C though if you get lucky. A lot of the pools will be heated, I would suggest where ever you stay checked
For Disney http://www.wdwinfo.com/wdwinfo/height.htm For Universal http://www.universalorlando.com/Resort_Information/ride_height_requirements.aspx Ticket prices for UK residents are generally
I'll try to answer all your questions. Sea World takes 1 day during that time of year...2 Max. Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure take 1 day each. However, get there when they open to ensure