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- ByUSA TODAY 10BestBest Outdoor Activities in Orlando, FloridaOrlando residents enjoy outdoor activities year-round; it’s just one of the reasons so many northerners come here to escape the frigid grip of winter. Hiking season never really goes away, it just gets hotter and more humid. When that happens, many of us hit one of the local springs – Rock Springs at beautiful Kelly Park is a nice one for beginners. Beautiful hiking trails and a pale, blue-green fissure that’s crisp, cool and rife for a lazy float downstream. You may even want to hit nearby Mount Dora for a bit of antiquing, as well. Already a fan of the stand-up paddleboard craze? If not, you’re in luck – the pros at Paddleboard Orlando are experts when it comes to beginner training, and their excursions might lead you across one of our lovely urban lakes, through mansion-lined canals or into clear, blue water where the manatees do their underwater grazing. Whether you dig zip lining in our subtropical canopies or just enjoying the sunset on a vast, idyllic (albeit alligator-inhabited) lake, Orlando has more than enough outdoor pursuits to satisfy hardcore athletes, average-Joe joggers or folks who just prefer scarfing their doughnuts out in the fresh air on occasion. See the full itinerary at USA TODAY 10Best: https://www.10best.com/destinations/florida/orlando/attractions/outdoor-activities/9 items
- ByThrillistThe Best Things to Eat and Drink at Disney WorldWhen you think of dining at Walt Disney World, what springs to mind? Mickey-shaped waffles and ice cream treats? Hot dogs and fries? Churros? Don’t get me wrong, you can still pig out on all those at Disney World, but I’m here to tell you that dining in the House of Mouse goes far, far beyond kiddie grub. Consider yourself a foodie? You’ve got your pick of five-star, full-course dinners across the Walt Disney World resorts and greater Orlando, which is experiencing a thriving restaurant renaissance. If you’re into craft beers, Disney’s got your back. Always wanted to try the grey stuff from Beauty and the Beast? “It’s delicious!” proclaims Lumiere in the classic song. If you’re feeling more adventurous, why not eat with a wisecracking Jungle Cruise skipper in the Magic Kingdom, or enjoy an affordable glass of wine from a $3,000 bottle in Disney Springs? If you’re tuckered out from the House of Mouse, we’ve laid out some options for the surrounding area, too. As quickly as you can chant “bibbidi-bobbidi-boo,” whisk yourself over to these best restaurants at Disney World. https://www.thrillist.com/travel/nation/best-restaurants-in-disney-world-food/travel18 items