Welcome to the VR360homes Florida Villas blog, here you can find all the information you need about staying in Orlando rental villas, Orlando theme parks, shopping, dining, golf courses plus much more. We have been visiting Orlando for the last 30 years so have a very good knowledge of all the vacation rental communities, tips to improve your stay in our Orlando villas and also reviews of attractions and news on upcoming events.
We hope you enjoy reading about all the things to do in Orlando and feel free to comment, if there is an Orlando attraction, restaurant or golf course we haven't covered let us know and we will do our best to get you the information. Below are the latest blog posts that we hope you enjoy, just click on the More link to read the follow post.
Storey Lake Resort offers luxury Orlando villas less than 5 minutes to Disney World. See our driving directions from Storey Lake to Disney World. [More]
Burudika Band in Africa at Disney's Animal Kingdom is one of the best street performers at any of the Disney parks and a must. They are located in Africa's Harambe village opposite the Tusker bar so grab a drink and have a dance. [More]
The Raptor Encounter at Universal Orlando is a must visit, one of the best new attractions. Located in Universal's Islands of Adventure the raptor encounter allows you to meet a 9ft velociraptor. [More]
Today in the 19th July 2016 and the hottest day of the year here in the Uk with temperatures reaching 34C which if 93F and more like what you would expect in Orlando. Unlike Orlando we don't have awesome water parks like Disney's Typhoon Lagoon which has water slides a lazy river, a shark tank that you can swim in and much more, one of the things I love at Typhoon Lagoon is the wave pool, standing by the edge looking in you think it doesn't look that big and that you will swim right out as far as is allowed and wait for the wave! [More]
If you have ever visited SeaWorld Orlando and seen all the amazing birds, string rays, sloths and otters but wanted to get closer then Discovery Cove is the place for you. We love it and try to visit at least once a year, as well as swimming with dolphins which is the main reason people go, there is so much more and we were lucky enough to meet one of the giant tortoises out for a walk around. [More]