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Plant related classes, workshops and special events are also available. 4 miles east of I-4.- International Drive Midway style games, an elevated go-cart track, bumper cars, giant slides, arcade games and the "Space Shot" which drops you, and a couple more traditional-style carnival rides.

Group tours, weddings and facility rentals are also available. 7001 International Dr., (407) 370-5353- Sarasota - (941) 388-2451 - At Mote Marine Laboratory, this aquarium houses local marine life and is geared for tourists, even though it is the site of a world famous marine biology research lab. Sarasota, 24236(407)-850-9555 - Escape the ordinary! Prepare yourself for an evening of mystery and intrigue.

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We were able to ride for free by getting a coupon (luckily from a tourist info store only 2 doors away from them) from the commonly available tourist coupon books in many of the hotel lobbies, tourist info stores and restaurants in the area. We've been by there a few times and if you are a car buff, you'll see some excellent vehicles.

We've also seen live oldies singing entertainment on Friday and Saturday evenings. (bring your ear-plugs, although you'll be the only one wearing them, but who cares, at least your ears won't be ringing, and if it's good enough for pros it's good enough for you).

If you get there early enough, they have 25 cent Pepsi-Cola's in bottles at the General Store which sells "souvenirs from the 50's, 60's and 70's" which for the most part are reproductions. Exit 25A, 1 mile East of I-4 on Highway 192, Kissimmee FL, look for the ferris wheel. Mills Ave., Orlando, from the attractions area take I-4 to Exit 43 (Princeton Ave.) right on Princeton and bear right until you get to N. - Ponce Inlet, just south of Daytona Beach - (904)761-1821 - We enjoyed visiting this wonderful old lighthouse completed in 1887. Sandy writes, "Good Morning, Wanted to send you our link for Waldo Wright's Flying Service operating out of Fantasy of Flight in Polk City.

We saw a store specializing in British goods, a store that specialized in Irish goods, a salt-water taffy (no, there's no ocean water in it) store making the confection in front of many gazing eyes (with free samples) amongst many other shops. - (407)896-4231 - They have a broad spectrum of art genres on display. It is fully functioning, and you are permitted (for an admission fee) to go up its 203 steps to the top and go outside to the walkway which encircles a the top for a beautiful 360 degree view of the area (if you walk around). Parking is free.- (941)355-5305 - with gardens and variety of creatures. Go right to the waterfront.™ - Kissimmee - (407)397-2509 - Soar through the sky at up to 70 m.p.h.. We offer 20 minute flights @.00 each seat in a 1929 open cockpit biplane.

It is said to be the second tallest lighthouse in North America. They also have bird and reptile shows, and a shell museum. 3701 Bay Shore Road, Sarasota Florida, 34234- Winter Park - (407)644-4056 - A one hour boat tour through Winter Park lakes which are interconnected by canals. A giant swing-like device pulls you (and up to 2 friends) up to dizzying heights on what they claim is "Florida's tallest thrill ride! We are told that "we are the best kept secret in Florida"...

The admission fee also covers the lighthouse museum, a micro-theater historical film, historical grounds, nature-walk and the gift shop. Cloud - (407)892-6905 - The names says it all; they feature snakes and reptiles including venomous snakes from around the world, gila monsters, alligators and more. From the main attractions area take I-4 to Exit 45, right on Fairbanks Ave. " (someone who works for them stated that it's 300 ft. We've seen this ride in person and it is incredibly high; don't confuse this one with smaller versions in the area. Take 408 to I-95 North to Exit 80, then go East for 1.3 miles, then left on N. - Orange & Seminole Counties - (407) 884-2008 - A 7000 acre park with natural springs pumping out 42 million gallons of 72 degree water per day. The water in the lake surrounding the springs seemed a little too inhabited by organisms for my taste (and the "no-see-ums", a spring/summer, biting, flying nuisance insect, weren't so nice either) so we went for a walk nearby into a surprisingly wonderful primeval forest on an elevated wooden walkway.

location - Travel at speeds up to 45 mph after idling down a natural canal in search of birds, turtles and alligators. - Lake Wales - (863)676-1408 - A 157 acre garden/park on the highest point found on the Florida peninsula, which includes a 57 bell carillon. This zoo is not a super-zoo like the San Diego or Bronx Zoos, but as zoos go, it holds its own.

Live performances on the carillon are performed occassionally (check their schedule). We took notice of how close the primate cages were to the public.

There is also an elevated wooden walkway through old palm/oak forest if you would like to see a part of natural Florida.

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