The Best of Central Florida


People travel from all over the world to experience the diversity and excitement that Orlando and Central Florida have to offer.  As the hub of Central Florida, Orlando offers diversity in every variety of dining and entertainment imaginable.  From numerous themed restaurants to superb cuisine, whether you’re taking the kids to Disney, planning a night out on International Drive in Orlando, or are looking to indulge in some serious southern pit barbeque, all the best of Central Florida can be found right here!

Browse our online directory to find the best of everything that Orlando and Central Florida has to offer!

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Destination Weddings in Florida

When it comes to planning destination weddings in Florida, Central Florida is the perfect match for couples looking for romance and fun in a destination wedding in Florida. 

Orlando is the top destination for the young at heart looking for a fun-filled wedding.  Orlando wedding planners make destination weddings in Orlando a breeze.  From Walt Disney World vacation and wedding packages to tropical themed beach ceremonies, Orlando offers a multitude of destination wedding services.  Whether you desire an informal beach wedding or a lavish gathering in Harry P. Leu Gardens, Orlando wedding planners make planning your destination wedding in Florida easy.

Daytona Beach
Daytona also offers great wedding planning ideas for destination weddings in Florida. For couples looking for a racier start, Daytona Beach offers the world-famous Daytona International Speedway where couples can get hitched or renew their vows in front of thousands of race fans before the start of a NASCAR race.  The speedway also offers more intimate settings for those couples looking for a smaller gathering.

For a little more serenity and a lot more romance, beach weddings in Daytona offer the perfect backdrop.  From romantic, sunset ceremonies to a lavish luau, Daytona offers exquisite beaches and tropical breezes.  No matter what your nuptial desires, destination weddings in Florida will bring your wedding dreams to fruition.

Cocoa Beach
Wedding planning in Cocoa Beach is a blink away with wedding services to fit any couple’s budget.  From intimate Cocoa Beach wedding ceremonies to informal tropical garden receptions, wedding planners in Orlando can arrange weddings for any location or venue to fit destination wedding plans of any budget.

Don’t Limit Yourself
While Orlando and Daytona Beach are popular wedding locations, surrounding areas can offer just as much ambience.  Kissimmee, Lakeland, Winter Park and Melbourne offer beautiful wedding venues, and botanical gardens.  Wedding Planners in Central Florida can help you choose the perfect wedding location for your special day! 

Tips to Remember

  • If you’re considering a destination wedding in Central Florida, remember these helpful wedding planning tips to make your Florida destination wedding the event of your dreams:
  • Book early if you plan a sunset beach wedding in Florida on a weekend evening.  Friday and Saturday sunset weddings are popular, and it’s best to book well in advance.
  • Plan around local events.  If you don’t wish to involve the Daytona 500 as the backdrop for your Daytona Beach wedding plans, consider weeks other the second week of February and the first week of July, which are NASCAR race weeks.
  • Marriage licenses are issued by the county clerk’s office.  Daytona Beach is located in Volusia County, Orlando and Winter Park in Orange County, Kissimmee in Osceola County, while Cocoa Beach is located in Brevard County.

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Nelore Churrascaria


Nelore Churrascaria is Orlando’s premium upscale authentic Brazilian steak house.  Located on International Drive in Orlando, Nelore provides a unique and intimate atmosphere featuring all-you-can-eat tableside service of the finest cuts of beef, lamb, pork, and chicken, slow-roasted and seasoned to perfection. 

Nelore Churrascaria
5350 International Drive
Orlando, FL 32819


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Celebration Town Tavern – Celebration, Florida

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The Celebration Town Tavern is located across from the lakefront in downtown Celebration.  This family-owned seafood and steak house provides its guests with an authentic New England atmosphere and delectable cuisine.  With its comfortable atmosphere, authentic menu items, and over 99 varieties of beer, it’s no wonder that the Celebration Town Tavern is Celebration’s most popular gathering spot.

Celebration Town Tavern
721  Front Street
Celebration, FL 34747


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Orlando Things To Do

September 20, 2015 by  
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Orlando Things to Do include golf, Disney World, Universal Studios, airboat rides, water-sking, body surfing, theme parks, tennis, water parks, line dancing, even sky diving.

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The Development of Hybrid Cars and SUVs

September 19, 2015 by  
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It used to be said that if you wanted a hybrid car, you had a choice of the Honda Civic, Honda Insight or the Toyota Prius. These cars had the same benefits: high fuel economy, low emissions and a compromised performance character. For anyone who wanted to do his or her part in saving the environment, it was really a matter of choosing one of the three. Today, hybrid cars and SUVs are the darlings of the industry. The rising fuel costs and the awakening realization that we are the guardians of our planet and that oil is running out have brought about this change.  Recent brands of hybrid cars and SUVs use a gallon for 28 miles. Some full hybrid cars are propelled by electric motors before the gas engine starts. These autos offer significant fuel savings and pollution since they can run approximately 15 miles per hour on electric power and cut engines at stoplights and in traffic. Partial hybrid cars and SUVS on the other hand offer better performance with improved fuel economy. 

Increasing interest in hybrid autos can be seen in the willingness of many drivers opting for these cars even though the fuel savings will not make up for the original cost difference. An interest in electric cars will likely see them become mainstream in a few decades. It is proposed that by 2012, a plug-in hybrid car will be available that will allow drivers to drive for approximately 50km on a battery pack that takes 5 hours to charge. Originally meant to be launched in Europe, it is estimated that about 75 percent of drivers will be in a position to drive these cars.

The energy efficiency of such plug-in hybrid cars can be covered by today’s electric capacity. It would require a single medium-sized wind-power station to cover the annual electric consumption of between 1,000 and 2,000 electric cars in normal use. If, say 15 percent of Europe’s cars were electric hybrid cars, it would require an increase of only 1 and 3 percent of the current total electric requirements, quite possible with today’s technology.

In the meantime the cost of the batteries remains a challenge. It is also likely that future vehicles will use aspects of hybrid electric technology instead of a hybrid drivetrain in reducing fuel consumption. We can expect to see more of regenerative braking that recaptures energy, shutting down of engine at idle and emissions reduction. It is hoped that this will be a stepping stone to full hybrid autos in the not-so-distant future.

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