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Nicknamed "The City Beautiful", Orlando is also referred to as "The Theme Park Capital of the World" that over 62 million people visit.  Little wonder that only Las Vegas beats Orlando for the number of hotel rooms in a city. This is where the first waterpark in the world opened in 1977, "Wet N'Wild".  The Walt Disney World Resort including Magic Kingdom and 2 water parks is big enough to fit 2 of New York's Manhattans in it. You will be on overload with thrills and spills as there is Universal Orlando, Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure and the Wizarding World of Harry Potter to send you into theme park overload. 

The Backstreet Boys and N'Sync got together in Orlando and you could eat at a different restaurant 3 times a day for a whole year and still not go to the same place twice, apparently it would take 5 years to munch at them all.  It is estimated that for a traveler to experience all that there is in the city, they would have to spend 67 days unmercifully traipsing around without taking time to eat. Movies such as "My Girl", "The Waterboy" and "Monster" were filmed here, with the most notable being the demolishing of Orlando's old city hall being used in the movie "Lethal Weapon 3".
Orlando was the birthplace of the first pilot to cross the Atlantic Ocean in a hot air balloon in 1978 and where you can see the largest collection of Tiffany glass in the whole world at the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art.  Sitting in the Orange County, it is the 6th largest metropolitan area in the south of the United States.  It is home to the second largest higher education institution, The University of Central Florida and also the oldest college in the state, Rollins College that was founded in 1885.  You will never run out of books to read as Orlando's public library is the largest in the state.

You can partake of a "Duff" beer and scoff a burger then head to Dr Phillips Center for the Performing Arts or the Orlando International Fringe Theater Festival, if it is happening when you are in town, to catch a show. There are even drag shows to gawk at in certain venues around town, if that would turn you on more.  It's possible to go grape squashing between your toes at Lakeridge Winery and Vineyard, or splash some paint on the public graffiti wall, Pho Hoa. For antique lovers, take a look around acres of antiques at Renninger's Flea Market and Antique Center.  When you need time out, head to the Mead Botanical Gardens or play at being a kid again and jump on a cute swan boat to peddle around Lake Eola. 

The list of things to get up to whilst in Orlando goes on and on and on.

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