$499 / 2br - 2 Bth w/ Roman Tub - Mystic Dunes Res

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Celebration, FL

Overview

Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Sleeps 4
No rental rates available - please contact the owner
Type: Condo
Description of the Celebration vacation condo rental
CHRISTMAS IN DISNEY!! DECEMBER 23RD through DECEMBER 26TH ONLY $499.
2 bedroom 2 Bath Roman Tub with Jets!
FULLY EQUIPPED KITCHEN AND DINING ROOM

THIS CONDO HAS A KING BED IN THE MASTER BEDROOM AND 2 QUEEN BEDS IN THE
SECOND BEDROOM

THERE IS ALSO A LARGE SCREEN TV IN THE LIVING ROOM WITH PULL OUT COUCH(SLEEPER/SOFA)
PLUS A LARGE TV IN EACH BEDROOM

HIGHSPEED INTERNET ACCESS IN ROOM(charged locally)
ROOM HAS DVD OR VCR PLAYER
24 HOUR SECURITY GUARD BY GATE
Dunes Lagoon, a two-acre recreation area
featuring a two-story water slide anchored by a 30-foot tall rock wall
overlooking a massive 148,000 gallon pool, plus over 17,000 square feet
of deck space, ten private cabanas, a sandy beach play area, and a
sport court.
3 TENNIS COURTS
BASKETBALL COURT
CHILDRENS PLAY AREA
PING PONG TABLE IN CUB HOUSE
ARCADE ROOM
GAMES ROOM IN CLUB HOUSE
VIDEO RENTALS
BICYCLE RENTALS
SUPERVISED CHILDREN'S ACTIVITY PROGRAMS
18 HOLE CHAMPION GOLF COURSE
18 HOLE MINI GOLF

Bonnie Fleischer

Area Info
Orlando's many attractions, particularly its theme parks, bring visitors to the area from all over the world. In order to draw tourists and keep them coming back, new projects are always under development. New rides and exhibits are unveiled every year at Walt Disney World's four parks: the Magic Kingdom, with its seven themed lands; Epcot, which provides "journeys" to Future World and to the World Showcase; Disney-MGM Studios, where spectators can experience actual movie and television production; and Animal Kingdom, Disney World's largest attraction at 500 acres. Universal Orlando's Islands of Adventure and Universal Studios, a high-technology movie-themed attraction with more than 40 rides, shows, shops, and restaurants, rank just below the Disney parks in annual attendance. Central Florida is served by Busch Gardens Tampa Bay, which is a combination amusement park and zoo with more than 2,700 animals. The area's newest family theme park is Cypress Gardens Adventure Park; once the first tourist attraction in central Florida, this park reopened in late 2004.

Gatorland offers the chance to observe thousands of alligators, birds, and animals; its alligator breeding marsh was seen in the movie Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. Shamu the Killer Whale is the focus at Sea World Orlando marine life park. River Country and Typhoon Lagoon near Walt Disney World are spectacular water parks with rapids, wave lagoons, slides and waterfalls. Wet 'n Wild, Blizzard Beach, and Water Mania offer family slide and tubing fun. Pleasure Island on the Disney site is an entire island of nighttime entertainment with music, shops, and movies.

A view of Florida's floral splendor is the attraction at Harry P. Leu Gardens, featuring the largest formal rose garden in Florida. Also on display are 50 acres of camellias, as well as palm, bamboo, herb, vegetable, and butterfly gardens.

Arts and Culture
Once known primarily for sunshine and oranges, Orlando is developing its arts and cultural profile as the city continues to grow. Part of the Centroplex facility, the Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre stages performances by the Orlando
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