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RE: vacation to florida

That is a shame.... but I guess it fits into all the other attractions
that are over-priced. My boss took his two small children to the museum
a short time ago. For the 4 of them it cost 150.00 and didn't include
dinner, just parking admissions and a small snack. Personally thinking
this is all getting out of hand, as something educational should be
cheaper. Remember when on certain days it was free... no longer an
option I am told.

FWIW, when we went to Disney, it was much cheaper and we stayed on the
property for a week. We enjoyed ourselves, sorry to hear that the cost
has grown so much that most folks can no longer enjoy this. Guess we
won't be going back either....

At the time we were down there, they had a few tours at Kennedy Space
Center, so might want to plan an entire day there... with everything
happening in this world, not sure if they still have the tours.

We also drove down there, it is a lonnnnnnnnnng drive. Might want to
plan some stops to get out of the car and stretch out by touring
something. DH insisted on driving straight thru.... I was crabby by the
time we got there and didn't want to see the inside of that car anymore.


> We have no plans to visit Disney...way too expensive for us...with the
> of us, a one day pass to one of the parks comes in some where around
> $400 just for the price of admission. Somehow I don't think Walt
> himself ever envisioned a place where the average Amercian family
> have to take out bank loans to visit, which is what most people I know
> who go to Disney end up doing, that or charging their credit cards to
> the limit. No thanks...we'll find plenty of neat stuff to do without
> lining those particular pockets any further. :-) I think we are
> definitely going to visit Daytona Beach because we are all big NASCAR
> fans, go the Kennedy Space Center because we love space stuff, visit
> zoo in Sanford, and go the Sanibel Island. We're looking at botanical
> stuff, too but the rest of the two weeks we'll be there we're just
> to hang out at different beaches, which is the biggest attraction
> for land locked folks from the midwest, isn't it? That and spend time
> my brother and his family.
> Melody, IA (Z 5/4)

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