Holiday to america! Please help parks, where to stay etc?
Although in uni me and my boyfriend have managed to land ourselves really good jobs, so instead of wasting it we want to put a percentage away every month and go to America for two weeks next year. We will both be nearly 21, so to my knowledge will not be able to drive in the US?? We will need to be somewhere where there are shuttle buses we can use, as we want to do some theme parks. Where is best for this? we will also need to be able to go out in the evenings to eat, and during the day to shop. Is there somewhere where all this is in walking distance? and where buses run to the parks? Some people have said we should not book park tickets in advance but just buy them when we get there... is this a good idea? What parks are best? Is it nicer to stay in a hotel or your own house? How much does anyone estimate this will cost, for flights, accommodation, buses etc? And then how much on top per person for spending money? if we wish to eat out at night and do a little clothes shopping?? Sorry about all the questions, i just want to get as much info as possible. Thanks in advance
Asked By: * Never hold me down* - 3/31/2009
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I assume by theme parks you want to visit Orlando, Florida? I have been several times and I'm going again in 5 weeks so I'll give you as much info as I can... More
Answered By: ♥ My Dog for President ♥ - 3/31/2009
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Orlando, Florida would certainly be a good destination if you want to visit theme parks. Or, you could go to Los Angeles. It's been so long since I've been to either place, I have no idea of what they cost any more. So bring every last penny you can scrape together.
Answered By: RDG78 - 3/31/2009
It is impossible to know where you are coming from but since you have a good command of English I would assume you are coming from Western Europe. I will give you information based on that assumption... More
Answered By: Magnus01 - 3/31/2009
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