Posts Tagged ‘Disney’
Over 1 million UK holiday makers visit Florida each year. More than 50% of those stay at a Disney Resort. Disney is a long time favourite pass time for many of us. Whether it’s a Disney Film, a Disney Store or a Disney Resort. We all love the fun Disney presents to all of us, don’t we?
Walt Disney World is a dream holiday destination for the whole family. Florida has yearlong sunshine, so it really doesn’t matter what time of the year you visit. It will be exciting with a variety of fun things to enjoy. If you stay at a Disney Resort, you can enjoy both relaxing and entertaining activities to ensures everyone can have their perfect holiday experience.
Disney Resort Special.
If you book a Disney Resort from this page, between 12th July – 16th August 2012. You can get 10% off with a special promo code. Simply enter the code ‘JUL1’ on completion of your booking for the discount to be applied. Are you a forward travel planner? If so, book now for travel in 2013.
You can enjoy a traditional Disney Holiday or mix with one of the travel tours Disney are so good at organizing. Either way, I have no doubt you’ll have a lot of fun! Don’t forget to ask about travel insurance when you make your booking.
Legoland Theme Park.
Have we all gone Legoland crazy? First I read about a new Legoland Theme Park opening in Florida, in October 2011. Then I read about that a new Legoland Discovery Centre in Tokyo, Japan, due to open next June 2012.
The Legoland Theme Park in the UK, is located in Winsor (yes, as in Winsor Castle). The attraction is aimed at children under 12 years. Personally, I think theme parks are interesting for all ages. Mostly a fun day out can be had by all. I don’t think I’ve actually been to Legoland in Winsor, I should go!
I guess if I were going to put a new theme park anywhere. Florida would be one of my first choices. With the Disney attractions already stable. Who knows, Florida could soon become the theme park capital of the World – if it isn’t already.
The Florida Legoland theme park location will spread across 150 acres. And, much like the one we have here in the UK. It will feature many Legoland miniture towns and famous places. Plus family shows, and rides. Of course it will – it’s a theme park.
The Tokyo Legoland Discovery Center location will be at the Decks Tokyo Beach Mall, Japan. It is due to open next June 2012, and include attractions such as miniland, Lego Factory, rides, Lego Studios with 4D cinema experience and much more. Wouldn’t it be nice if some of the money generated from the theme park was donated to the Japanese Relief Fund by the Merlin Entertainment Group?
By the way, the same Entertainment Group, (Merlin Entertainment) plan to build a temporary Madame Tussauds, also at the Ecks Tokyo Beach Mall. I like visiting Madame Tussauds, although I haven’t been in recent years. I generally only go when I have visitors over for a holiday. It’s a good tourist spot.
The soon to be available attractions is great news for all theme park lovers, especially the kids. There’s nothing like a great day out. And if you can take the kids along, hear the excitement in their voices and see their smiling faces. all the better!
There are currently four Legoland Theme Parks around the World. Located in the California, USA, Denmark, Germany and the UK. The two new theme parks will bring the total to six.
Why not go even further and enjoy a funfilled Legoland Holiday. Family-friendly local attractions, with tons of Theme Park activities. Or luxurious hotels with swimming pools and spas.
Photo by Cherryguy93; http://en.wikipedia.org
2010 Fringe Festival.
As well as Disney, there is also something extra special to enjoy in Orlando. 2010 Fringe Festival, is a 100% uncensored celebration of cultural arts, music and entertainment, with free public performances. We all know the biggest attraction to Orlando is Disney World.
There are several locations; The Rep Theatre, East Princeton Street Orlando Shakespeare Theatre, East Rollins Street and Loch Haven Park.
There is even a special kids fringe available at the weekends. You’ll find so much to do at this year’s, 2010 Fringe Festival. Including lots of interesting stuff for the kids to do, including workshops, projects and live shows.
Dates: 20 May 2010 to 31 May 2010.
Flights: £319.00 from the UK but as always shop around for the best deals.
Don’t forget travel insurance options for you and your family.
Picture Provided by Dominic Morel.