Grandview Bed and Breakfast

Address: 442 East 3rd Ave., Mount Dora, Florida, 32757, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 442 East 3rd Ave., Mount Dora, is near Lake Dora, The Wine Den, Mount Dora Historical Society Museum, and Donnelly House.
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          Travel Blogs from Mount Dora

          One day, three theme parks

          A travel blog entry by phil_anna on Jul 27, 2014

          35 photos

          Saturday 27th July

          Disney's Hollywood Studios

          Walt Disney World is made up of 4 separate theme parks covering a hell of a lot of space in the middle of Orlando. Magic Kingdom is the main one, but the other three are definitely worth visiting, especially if you've paid for them. Due to our limited time (a result of poor planning - we could have spent two weeks here, easily!), we had to try and tackle the other three all in the same day. With our plan of action ...

          Florida

          A travel blog entry by funky_monkey on Jul 17, 2014

          1 comment, 9 photos

          The plane ride to Orlando, Florida was supposed to be 3 hours, but before we were going to land a storm started and we had to keep circling around the airport, but we almost ran out of gas so we had to go to a different airport to refuel. The flight ended up being five hours and to make matters worse in the airport the fire alarm started going off but no fire was seen any where.

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          Back To Life, Back To Reality

          A travel blog entry by doove on May 23, 2014

          58 photos

          ... never have enough!) and went on another ridiculous walk over the top of it all, before hitting the most impressive Mayan ruins in Mexico (Palenque).   Spent Christmas in the colonial town of San Christobal making some friends in the small cosy hostel where got smashed, ate Korean Curry, drank more, got a Piñata and spent Christmas dancing on the balcony before treating myself to a steak as I could not find a Turkey! More waterfalls and multicoloured lakes later, headed ...

          Just inject the Butterbeer into my veins...

          A travel blog entry by healsby on Mar 25, 2014

          5 photos

          ... but we’re on holiday! – and we decided to head out of the park for the day as the crowds were getting ridiculous.
          As we had the car still, we decided to head to one of the outlet malls at the end of International Drive to do a bit of shopping. We’d found some bargains the last time we were here so decided to try again. We were in luck, and managed to score a pair of trainers each, some t-shirts and a new purse for me. We then popped to Downtown Disney for ...

          A Note on Sponsorship

          A travel blog entry by kchartier on Aug 03, 2013

          ... I really am not sure how many sponsors Mike needs or if he is in form school or standard school, but because he is special needs I know he needs to have at least 3 total.

          Ivy: Ivy was also not at the camp. I meet her at cultural immersion day in Chirombo. She taught me how to cut the goat meat, and helped me cut onions and do the other daily chores. She was my translator for the ...