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Category Archives: Celebration, FL
Are you the type of person who loves to eat pie and, if given the chance, would keep going back for more? Then you won’t want to miss the American Pie Council National Pie Championships at the Caribe Royal April … Continue reading
It was “The Town That Disney Built” drawing the talents of the worlds best architects and urban planners, and then 350 lucky families who became the first residents and modern day pioneers of new urbanism. Now with more than 9,000 … Continue reading
If the phrase “It’s American as Apple Pie” makes you hungry. If Twin Peaks make you think of Coffee and Cherry Pie? If you’re going to be in the Orlando area April 9-10th? Then you need to get down to … Continue reading
President Obama mentioned the high speed rail project that will run from Tampa to the Orlando International Airport in the State Of The Union tonight. The project will get about 50% of the funding it needs from the federal stimulus … Continue reading