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Our Dream Vacation

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Finally, Spring is here and I have been waiting for it since the start of winter. LOL! But just this morning it started snowing again. Grrrrrr! Maine weather is indeed crazy. If only we can move down south, where the weather is warmer and more favorable, maybe I will be stress-free. And speaking of south… I can’t wait to take that dream vacation in Kissimmee that me and Hubby planned for our 3rd Wedding Anniversary. It will surely be another wonderful and memorable gate-away for us.

Well, this will be our first visit to Florida that is why I am so excited. And we chose Kissimmee because it is in the heart of Florida. It is close to everything exciting and fun-filled attractions like the Kennedy Space Center. Hubby is already excited to take their new Shuttle Launch Experience Ride and live his childhood dream of being an Astronaut even just for a day. While I am looking forward to visit… what else… the shopping malls. Hahaha I am so excited to browse the Orlando Premium Outlets and the Lake Buena Vista Factory Stores for the must-buy designer items at discounted prices. Wink* And since we will be traveling on our RV… we will stay at the Kissimmee/Orlando KOA, a campground resort which is close to major-attraction Theme Parks like Epcot, Disney World, Sea World, and Universal Studio which are also included in our list of “must-see” places.

So aren’t you jealous yet? Aren’t you convinced yet? And aren’t you thinking of going on a vacation but still can’t decide where to go to? Then let your mouse help you with that decision because fun is indeed just a click away. Visit and plan for your dream vacation at Kissimmee. After all you also deserve to make your dream vacation as exciting as it can be.

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Wow! I am excited for you Amiga :) Have a blast and lots of pictures hah... :) I am sure you and your hubby will have the best of time in Florida :) I hope next time you'll include Switzerland on your itinerary..hehehe muah!

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