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Help, please!!!


Help, please!!!
Hi dear teachers,
I need some advice and links with materials to help 2 of my adults students who are going to Orlando on holidays. Like: at the airport, hotel, restaurant, etc...
Many thanks,

11 Apr 2011      


Well, if they �re gonna rent a car, i advise them to talk to the insurance broker on the question whether the �ve got their insurance valid in Orlando. It �s costly to rent a car since you have to pay for an insurance, but it �s very convinient. The broker will tell how to save money.  As for the entertainment I really liked Epcot and Disney �s Typhoon Lagoon water Park. Animal Kingdom is so so. For such parks as Universal studio and Seaworld, one day is not enough. I just didn �t have enough time to cover these parks. Next time;) Daytona Beach is very impressive -- the waves, the pelicans, jellyfish, but the water is freezing.It �s like a freeze burn. Hopefully in summer it �s warmer. But it �s such a big contrast, so scorching hot outside and the ocean is so cold. Kennedy Space Center is worth of visiting as well. In a hotel, there �s a buffet offerering breakfast for $10 per person. There �re also restaurants, Wall Mart where you  can buy food and all the other stuff.

11 Apr 2011     


Try Bogglesworld they have some material for survival English that will be useful.

12 Apr 2011