Located in Kissimmee FL just off Highway 192, Margaritaville Resort Orlando is only 15 minutes from Magic Kingdom or Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World Resort, and 10 minutes from Animal Kingdom. And it is only about 30 minutes from Universal Orlando theme park if you planning on visiting both parks.
Margaritaville Orlando Resort Cottages, Waterpark
KISSIMMEE, FL (Florida TV) Today we take an inside look and tour of Margaritaville Resort Orlando Resort. This includes the Cottages, Waterpark, Shops & Food.
Margaritaville Resort Hotel Orlando, FL
This is your little piece of paradise, your private oasis, where luxury and heart-pounding fun meet — beautifully. You’ll find lush grounds dotted with vacation cottages, a 184-room luxury hotel and cozy timeshares, all Margaritaville-inspired to delight at every turn.
The Margaritaville Orlando Resort offers 184 guest rooms spread throughout multiple buildings. Suites are also available, including the 2,400 square foot Jimmy Buffet suite, which has its own private kitchen and large terrace. The rooms feature a casual-luxe beach decor, with large bathrooms featuring double sinks and a large walk-in shower. The rooms use a tranquil color palette with fun pops of color. All rooms have a balcony overlooking Fins Up Beach Club.
Margaritaville Cottages Orlando, FL
Each Margaritaville Cottage is a private oasis. The resort’s standalone homes come in configurations ranging from one to eight bedrooms, providing plenty of room for you to unplug with just about any number of your favorite friends or family members. Cottage guests receive access to all resort amenities, a premium experience and friendly, genuine, island-inspired service.
H20 Live Keeps Margaritaville Cool!
Island H2O Live!, Orlando's most immersive and technologically advanced water park, is rocking at Margaritaville Resort Orlando! For those looking to add a little "thrill" to their day, the park offers over 20 experiences, including several exhilarating drop slides, a lazy river, a wave pool, a children’s area to ensure fun for the whole family.
New and innovative technology allows guests to customize their experiences and share them for all to see. For those looking to add a little more "chill" to their day, yet still be in the center of the action, both cabanas and adult-only areas are also available.
Sunset Walk Margaritaville Resort
Another nice thing about Margaritaville Resort Orlando is that they have also built out a dining and entertainment district, Sunset Walk, within walking distance to the main hotel. Restaurants and shops are still opening but you can find options like BurgerFi, Rock & Brews, and Ford’s Garage.
We spent our first night checking out Studio Movie Grill, where you can eat while enjoying a movie in a luxury recliner. There are twelve theaters in all, along with a bar/restaurant in the lobby. It was such a fun experience — and such a comfortable way to watch a movie!
Museum Of Osteology Skeleton Museum Oklahoma
Oklahoma City, OK (Florida TV) Museum Of Osteology Skeleton Museum located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, is a unique educational experience. Focusing on the form and function of the skeletal system, this 7000 square ft. museum displays hundreds of skulls and skeletons from all corners of the world. Exhibits include adaptation, locomotion, classification, and diversity of the vertebrate kingdom.
Museum of Osteology celebrates vertebrate life by providing guests with an engaging adventure full of discovery, with the hopes that through education we will help cultivate an appreciation of the natural world and ultimately lead to conservation for the future.
Specimens in the collection come from all over the world, with special emphasis on North American bones. From the teeny-tiniest shrew to the 40-foot humpback whale, all sizes are covered! Plus, with more than 800 skeletons, there is something for every interest — birds, whales, animals of every shape and size.
There are great ways to experience hands-on learning throughout the Skeleton Museum.
The Explorers Corner is an interactive area on the second floor, featuring books and models and puzzles and bones to touch and manipulate. For a fun bonus, check out the video of the founder’s episode on Dirty Jobs playing nearby.
You will learn how all this came together. Jay Villemarette’s collection dates back to 1972 when he found a dog skull in the woods. His dad had the unschooling vibe down and encouraged his son’s interest. In 1986, an interest in skeletons became a business called Skulls Unlimited, the parent company of the museum. It would take a minute for the museum dream to come true, but it finally opened its doors in October 2010.
Norwegian Encore-Bliss-Joy Race Car Track Go-Karts
NCL CRUISE SHIPS (Florida TV) A unique ride on the amazing race track aboard several of Norwegian's ships. This includes Encore, Bliss, and Joy. The Go-Karts are all-electric and operate when the ships are moving and when they are parked in port. There is an extra fee to ride the race cars.
Cutting-edge technology and daring new thrills take cruising to a whole new level. Watch the ocean blur by as you zoom around curves suspended 13 feet over the side of the ship on Norwegian Speedway, the largest race track at sea.
The two-level track will is 1,125 feet with ten exhilarating turns and four points that extend up to 13 feet over the side of the ship. NCL is going even further with a viewing area located at the middle of the track where guests can provide passing go-karts with an additional turbo boost by tagging them with a laser beam.
The race track is open in the evening hours as well The cars are easy to operate; there's a green pedal underneath the right foot for gas, and a red pedal beneath the left foot for the brake. There is a green button on the steering wheel that boosts the car's power (perfect for going up the hill from Deck 19 to 20), and a blue button for reversing (just in case you do crash into one of the tire bumpers that line the track).
Helmets are required and everyone is given a clean open-faced ski mask to wear beneath the helmet. Because the race cars are electric, there is little sound from the race track; however, the noise of a speeding race car is piped into the helmet to give drivers the full sense of being on a race track.
Each session is ten laps around and a racetrack "marshal" near the pit stop waves a red flag when your session is over.
Dog Sledding Mushing In Aspen Colorado
ASPEN, CO (Florida TV) Dog sledding may just be the most exciting and fun way you can explore Colorado. Mushing has been around for hundreds of years.
Once used to save lives and get medicine delivered over the rugged mountain terrain. At Krabloonik, it's about enjoying this tradition along with the most beautiful scenery in all of Aspen. Florida TV went along and has all the details.
KRABLOONIK DOG SLEDDING
A Krabloonik Dog Sled Tour is the best way to explore the pristine Colorado backcountry. For over an hour, our Snowmass sled rides twist and wind not far from Aspen through Snowmass backcountry on an exciting, once-in-a-lifetime journey.
Each sled, which can carry two adults and a small child, is pulled by 8-10 Alaskan husky sled dogs and is guided by an experienced musher. Our dogs are born and bred to run and they love the thrill of the Snowmass backcountry just as much as you will.
Whether sunny or snowing, there’s no better way to experience the Colorado wilderness than in the seat of one of our dog sled tours.
Tilt 360 Chicago Tests You Fears Of Falling!
ONE OF A KIND CHICAGO ATTRACTION
Feel the feeling of falling 94 stories down from a Chicago Skyscraper. You will lean against glass and experience the thrill of falling forward out of the building. Of course this is where 360 Chicago Tilt sits. Check the hours of operation before you go. But they are open most days and even holidays for anybody to enjoy.
It’s a one-of-a-kind and almost atypical entertainment kind of attraction. But these types of thrill adventures are turning up in more cities around the world. Check out Las Vegas if you want super scary rides.
The plan is for absolutely everyone (with a purchased ticket) to line up and lean alongside specially designed ground to ceiling windows. Of course the glass offers you cool views of the Chicago streets below. And the skyline views (yes skyline…your up high) are breathtaking and a reminder what a great city Chicago really is.
These windows are crafted and built with high-priced hydraulics that lean patrons forward towards those street below with a simple press of a button.
Check this place out. I love it. This is my hometown and the views are truly amazing. You will not be disappointed.
Have a drink (yes there is a bar) while your up there. This floor also serves as an observation deck so you don’t have to do the Tilt if is scares you. But give it a try. Some human beings do fowl out!
WATCH 360 TILT IN ACTION