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Spend a relaxing afternoon at Lake Eola, right in the heart of downtown Orlando, Florida. Paths around the lake are great for jogging, biking, or strolling, and you can take rented paddleboats out on the water.  
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Cinderella Castle is the central feature of the Disney World Magic Kingdom theme park, one of Orlando's most popular attractions.  
Credit: Orlando-Orange County Convention and Visitors Bureau 
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The Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral, just a short drive from downtown Orlando, has served as the launch site for NASA's space shuttle program since 1981. The Gemini, Mercury, and Apollo moon missions also launched there. Although NASA is winding down the shuttle program, the center is still a popular stop for tourists who want an up-close look at the history of American space flight.  
Credit: Orlando-Orange County Convention and Visitors Bureau 
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Celebration, Florida. Just a few miles southwest of Orlando, Celebration is a planned community developed and built by the Disney corporation in the 1990s in an attempt to create a modern version of an old-fashioned small town.  
Credit: Orlando-Orange Country Convention and Visitors Bureau 
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An alligator at Gatorland, Orlando's family-owned theme park and wildlife preserve.  
Credit: Orlando-Orange County Convention and Visitors Bureau 
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In Kissimmee, Florida, just south of Orlando, airboat rides are a popular way to explore the headwaters of the Florida Everglades.  
Credit: Kissimmee Convention and Visitors Bureau 
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Fly fishing is a popular activity at Orlando's Grand Lakes resort.  
Credit: Orlando-Orange County Convention and Visitors Bureau 
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For golfers looking to play 18, Orlando has dozens of courses and plenty of great weather.  
Credit: Orlando-Orange County Convention and Visitors Bureau 
 
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