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Double the fun


Florida is such a fabulous destination that holidaymakers are spoiled for choice and want to experience as much as possible. A two-centre holiday is the perfect answer


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Taking a Caribbean cruise, sailing from one of Florida’s many ports, before or after a city or beach break.


When booking your twin-centre holiday, thinking about fl ying into one airport and jetting home from another.


If travelling between holiday resorts by hire car, you can pick up and drop off the vehicle at different destinations.


Many visitors to Florida take a two-centre break to ensure they fi t everything in. Even if the resorts are miles apart, it’s easy to do, even if spending ONLY a week or two in the Sunshine State. Hiring a car frees you up to move


from one place to another. All the main rental companies are based at major airports or near hotels. But public transport also is an option – internal fl ights, by rail with Amtrak, or Greyhound buses, which serve more than 54 destinations in Florida. The majority of fi rst-time visitors to Florida, especially families, want to see Mickey and Co., so Orlando is a


Fun at the beach in Bahia Honda in the Florida Keys. Facing page,the fabulous Art Deco Miami Beach


favourite two-centre option. The thrills and spills of Walt Disney World, Universal and SeaWorld are just too great to resist.


Stay in one of the park hotels (you get early park admission) or a self-catering villa with pool in nearby Kissimmee.


Dinner shows, airboat rides to see alligators, balloon trips, museums and shopping malls are all on the doorstep.


As for your second choice, the world of Florida is your oyster. If you’re


exhausted after fun-fi lled days in the parks and want to hit a beach quickly, the Space Coast is less than an hour’s drive.


Combining a shopping trip and staying near one of the large outlet stores in Orlando or Fort Lauderdale with a beach holiday.


Never mind two-centre, have a multi-centre holiday by hopping from one fabulous Florida Keys island to another.


Going from the Atlantic to the Gulf coast – St. Augustine to Cedar Key, Cocoa Beach to


Clearwater or Fort Lauderdale to Naples.


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