5 Reasons to Take the Florida Plunge and Relocate to Orlando
We’ve lived here 3 months and we survived our first Summer in Orlando, FL. Yeah! Now that we have entered into Fall, it has caused me to reflect back on many of the reasons that we chose to take the plunge and relocate to central Florida. As a family, we made a pros and cons list. Honestly, short of humidity in the Summer, there weren’t many things on our cons list. With that said, I’d like to share with you five reasons we picked Orlando and Central Florida.
Things to Do – Everyone knows what there is to do in Orlando, Walt Disney World Resorts, Universal Studios Orlando Resorts and Sea World Orlando. If it’s amusement parks you like, you are also within easy driving distance to Legoland Florida and Busch Gardens Tampa. There are also concert venues in Orlando such as House of Blues and The Hard Rock. These attractions, along with so many more, make Orlando one of the most visited cities in the United States.
Beaches – In Orlando you are within 90 minutes of 5 of the most popular beaches in Florida. These beaches line the beautiful Atlantic along the eastern part of the state. The beaches are Melbourne Beach, Canaveral National Seashore, New Smyrna Beach, Daytona Beach and Cocoa Beach.
Dining Out – Whether you are looking for a great pub or fine dining , Orlando has it and everything in between. Remember we discussed the local attractions in #1? Some of the best dining in Orlando take place at these local restaurants that are run by some of the world’s top chefs.
Climate – Orlando’s climate is one of the most desirable in the nation. The weather here in Orlando will allow you to take advantage of the many parks and trails that the city offers. In downtown Orlando, there is Lake Eola. With it’s Swan Boats and extravagant fountain, it offers all Orlando residents something truly special.
Easy Access – In 2012, Orlando had over a record 57 million visitors. Orlando has mastered the art of getting people in and out of it’s city. There are three major airports, including Orlando International Airport, you are within proximity to two deep water ports and by 2014, SunRail, the region’s commuter rail system will be operational from outlying areas of Central Florida to Orange County in Metro Orlando, all of which is important to business.
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