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Disney World
Following one of the most explosive years of entertainment development in its history, Walt Disney World Resort leads into the millennium with record numbers of new shows, attractions and entertainment extravaganzas, And while Disney's Millennium Celebration centers on Epcot, there is new fun in all the other corners of the Vacation Kingdom too. During last fall the Magic Kingdom has awarded two attractions and a night time spectacle. Disney-MGM Studios has opened a wild coaster ride and three new shows. At Disney's Animal Kingdom, there's a whole new continent of fun. And Downtown Disney has increased the curtain on one of the world's most innovative live performance spectaculars.

Universal Studios
Universal Studios Escape has improved into a vacation destination beyond your imagination. It will determine the standard for entertainment well into the millennium. Universal Studios Escape is a fusion of many world class and technologically unique facilities: Universal Studios Florida is the biggest working film and television production studio outside Hollywood.

With more than 40 unbelievable rides, shows, movie sets and attractions, The Number one Movie Studio and Theme Park in the World is the only place on earth where you can Live The Movies, Universal Studios CityWalk is an unique entertainment, dining and shopping complex featuring popular name restaurants and nightclubs. Universal Studios Islands of Adventure, with state-of-the-art rides and attractions, will transport us into the next millennium and beyond.

Islands of Adventure
The most awesome piece of this world class facility is now open. Creative consultant Steven Spielberg has set together the most thrilling and technologically advanced rides and attractions ever made at Universal Studios Islands of Adventure. Your trip begins at the exotic Port of EntrySM and takes you through five uniquely themed islands. Seuss Landing, The Lost Continent, Jurassic Park, Toon Lagoon and Marvel Super Hero Island.

Sea World
Sea World of Florida, the world's most famous marine-life park, gets education, research and conservation together in an entertaining and fun-filled way. Your entire family can feed a dolphin, pet a stingray and learn about the animals inhabiting our oceans.

Sea World of Florida possesses an impressive line-up of five new shows. Cirque de la Mer kicks off the line-up blending athleticism, acrobatics, comedy and dramatic music and effects in a non-traditional circus setting. Sea World precedes its rescue efforts in the new show, "Pets on Stage," which offers a cast of performing pets adopted from animal shelters.

Busch Gardens
Busch Gardens is situated just north of Interstate 4 on Interstate 75, right outside of Tampa. Busch Gardens is situated around 1 hour from Orlando, FL. Busch Gardens includes wildlife and wild rides. Soar at 60 mph on the world's two tallest inverted roller coaster, then trek the plains of Africa, escape from fiery volcanoes, or cool off on unforgettable white-water adventure rides.

Silver Springs
Silver Spring is situated north of Orlando off 1-75. The park is open daily. All boat cruises and shows have rain/sun cover for visitor comfort. Free kennels and picnic grounds are provided.

World of Bears, Panther Prowl, Jungle Cruise, Lost River Voyage, Glass Bottom Boats, Doolittle's Petting Zoo, Kids Ahoy, Wings of the Spring, Jeep Safari, Big Gator Lagoon, Live Animal Show, Reptiles of the World, Birds of the Rainforest, Creature Features.

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