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The Florida National Parks – Perfect Trifecta !
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The Florida National Parks – Perfect Trifecta !

Everglades National Park Staying indoors has us reminiscing constantly about our most recent vacation that we had. It is the most perfect vacation we have had till date. It also opened our eyes to benefits of early retirement. Below is a guide (sort of), if you decide to visit the National Parks of Florida. The first week of January presented us with an interesting present. J’s team had a budget mix up and he was forced to take 10 day no-pay vacation in January. I decided to tag along. We had a great debate on the destination – I wanted to head to Las Vegas and do the Grand Canyon circuit while he was adamant on driving to Florida. Luckily for him – we had 1 week to plan the whole thing and Vegas weather wasn’t looking great so we ended up with Florida. He snuck up on us. Day ...
Universal Orlando in a Day: Part I
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Universal Orlando in a Day: Part I

PARKING: We reached at 8:30am. We asked for Regular Parking (20$) but the lady at the counter suggested that we go for preferred parking (25$) as it means less to walk. We paid for preferred parking, it was near the entrance and saved us a lot of time both in the morning and in the evening while leaving the park. THE PARKS: The park is located in the form of a circle. When you walk in from the parking, you have an option of going Left to Island of Adventures or going left towards Universal Studios. The day we visited, Universal Studios was set to close at 7:00pm and Island of Adventures at 8:00pm. We started with Universal Studios. There is a Train - Hogwarts Express to go between the parks. TICKETS: I was visiting Tampa for a weekend and I wished to visit Harry Potter W...
5 Tips to remember in Washington DC
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5 Tips to remember in Washington DC

1. Go on a weekend. Almost all the parking spots are free of cost. All museums and places of interest are free throughout the year. 2. Make a list of Must Visit Places and set yourself a time limit for visiting each place and stick to it. Most of the places can easily rob you of 4-5 hours of precious time. Know that no one can see all that DC has to offer in a single trip. DC can be very crowded so be ready to improvise on the plans. And no matter how much you plan, you will still be late. Accept it and the tour will be a lot easier. 3. Take one of those Trolley Tours. Do not get down at White House early in the day. Get to the white house only at around 3 or 4 in the evening as this place is quite crowded and getting back into the trolley buses can be a pain. 4. For the months of...