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Tag Archives: tampa
Editor: The following post brought to you by the Marshal Knight unofficial Tampa Chamber of Commerce :) When most out-of-towners come to Orlando for a vacation, they tend to stay for at least a week or more. During that week, … Continue reading
Busch Gardens is opening a new roller coaster called Cheetah Hunt in May and Mother Nature is helping out with the promotional campaign. The park recently welcomed a new baby cheetah to its menagerie and it is the absolute cuteness. … Continue reading
Walt Disney, I think everyone can agree, was a visionary. His desire to see an America connected by a series of high speed trains, monorails, and people mover systems was given proof of concept by his theme park experiments and … Continue reading
The Orlando Sentinel has a look at how far Disney might go to support High Speed Rail in Central Florida. They question if Disney would be willing to give up it’s free Disney’s Magical Express service, the first step in … Continue reading