Vegan MoFo: 30 Days of Vegan Travel – Day Four – Orlando, FL – The City Beautiful – In honor of the shuttle launch

Well, the Space Shuttle Discovery Mission STS 133 was going to launch today from Kennedy Space Center, but was pushed back to Friday due to weather conditions. I’ve always wanted to see a shuttle launch, but I haven’t had the opportunity, so in fantasy internet vacation land I’m pretending to be there. Orlando, FL is reasonably close to the Kennedy Space Center so seems to be the best destination, especially since while I am an unabashed nerd, I’ve also always wanted to visit Walt Disney World and EPCOT Center. It’s one of those things I’ve never outgrown. I blame watching Mickey Mouse Club as a child. Of course, when in Orlando… there are also a bunch of other silly/fun/random things to do in addition to those two. Resources: Orlando VegGuide yelp.com Happy Cow VegBlogger – From Daytona Florida Transit Information The Central Florida Transit system is called LYNX. They have a trip planner, so that’ll make getting around easy. It’s 4.50 for a single day pass. or $2 one way. Where to stay I’m partial to these two, but they both have separate things going for them: Orlando’s Palm Lakefront Hostel (4840 W. Irlo Bronson Hwy 192 – Kissimmee, Florida) (19$/person for a dorm room or 36$ for a private room for 2) they have wifi Buses (for about 2$) out to places I’d want to see inexpensive. is a hostel Imperial Swan Hotel (7050 South Kirkman Road Orlando, FL) Has a decent location. Is not a hostel, but is…

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