is going to Florida in winter, and I would like to ask you some questions. In terms of climate, of course, Christmas is a better time to experience the sunlit beaches, but I’m worried that the beaches, Disneyland will be full? Also, hotel prices should go up a lot by then. I’m afraid of the heat. I’m going to drive myself.

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  1. ledajiang wrote :
    is going to Florida in winter, including Orlando, Miami,KEY WEST, etc., now we are planning the trip, I would like to ask a few questions, thank you!
    1. In terms of climate, of course, Christmas is a better time to experience the sunlit beaches, but I’m worried that the beaches, Disneyland will be full? Also, hotel prices should go up a lot by then. Said I more afraid of hot

    “Check weather.com for average temperature. Another awarding will be the peak seaon for tourists.
    reference”
    2. Prepare yourself to go, Orlando’s big park have free parking lot? “They should tell you explicitly whether there is parking fee.”
    Check the parks’ websites. “
    explicitly whether there is parking fee Two days along WEST and route 1. Is that reasonable?

    It depends on who you are and what you like. I have friends who visit Florida each year but have only been to the parks. And I also know people who have lived in Florida for years but Is there any good hotel/hotel? I heard that there are many good Cuban restaurants in Miami.

    I personally think Cuban food is no good. Like most Caribbean countries, its food is nothing but grilled or BBQ ‘Ed meat, beans and vegies. As for hotels, I suppose you mean bars. There are a few interesting bars and clubs in southern Florida. The food and drinks can be very pricey There.

    Again, it depends on your budget. Many people think a seafood lunch platter for $25 at a bar is quite reasonable. But just like almost anywhere else in the world, You can always find cheap fast food restaurants.

  2. There are always a lot of people and long queues. The hotel is also the peak season.
    2 parking is $11 a day (if you see that huge parking lot, you won’t ask about free parking;) (shuttle bus is a shuttle that has a shuttle to it.
    3 people think us1 schedules Orlando round-trip for two days. It’s pretty tight. If there is traffic, you may spend all your time on the road. In fact, if you want to go to theme park, you can assign key west to the beach near Orlando next time. Clear water and serasota beach are both very good.
    4 depending on your taste
    5 key west eating is not very expensive, generally a person more than ten dollars is also ok, a few dollars buffet also has, even has a publix, so don’t take things to eat. But at theme park, it’s quite expensive to have a meal and wait in line. You can consider taking something with you.
    hopefully helpful 🙂

  3. Thanks to the two elders upstairs.

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