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>> Spend a fun family day out at SeaWorld Orlando, on Sea World Drive, one of the first theme parks, opened in Orlando, serving customers for more than 30 years.
Among the most favorite attractions in the park there is the laser-fireworks-water extravaganza and high-tech thrill rides.
>> Try out your golfing skills at the Pirate's Cove Adventure Golf, on International Drive, featuring 2 separate courses, a tropical tee-off, as well as cascading waterfalls and rubber swords, also offering amazing green surroundings.
>> If you describe yourself as a curious person, you will certainly love Ripley's Believe It Or Not Orlando Museum, which can be found on International Drive, featuring oddity exhibits such as the 1,069-pound man, torture devices that date from the Spanish Inquisition, as well as a replica of a 1907 Rolls Royce built from more than a million matchsticks.
Perhaps the most expected sporting event in Orlando is the Annual Walt Disney World Marathon, which happens in January, featuring a 26.2-mile adventure race, through all 4 Disney theme parks - Epcot, Disney's Animal Kingdom, Magic Kingdom and Disney-MGM Studios - including a half marathon, a 2-day health expo, as well as a 5k run, which attracts people from all over the region, as well as hundreds of spectators.
Among the runners, visitors will also see Minnie or Mickey Mouse, as well as other much-loved cartoon characters.
There are many entertaining, educational and cultural annual events that are celebrated throughout the year, in Florida, such as the BeachStock Music Festival, happening in March in Daytona Beach, the Earth Day Festival, which takes place in Pinecrest, in April, the Brokenbone Biker Rodeo, celebrated in September, in Ocala, as well as the Holidayfest and Craft Extravaganza, scheduled in October, in Port Charlotte, which features hundreds of crafters, a kids area, including lots of food and beer, offering visitors an entire day of fun, entertaining and interactive family activities.
The nightlife scene of Orlando is described as simply `energetic` by previous visitors, due to the fact that there are many options in the city when it comes to spend a fun night out with friends.
You can dance the night away at Tabu Nightclub, considered to be the `hottest` nightspot in Orlando, situated in the heart of the downtown area, featuring a spacious dance floor, lots of fun and tons of delicious drink choices, as well as costume showgirls, gogo dancers and 3 huge video walls, or you can hang out with friends in one of the many popular bars in Orlando, such as Cuba Libre Restaurant and Orlando Rum Bar, Red Coconut Club, Bongo's Cuban Cafe, Habitat Lounge or Cowboys Orlando.
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