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Orlando Overview
Orlando is a magical place that's not too far from home and cheap to get to with miles. Obviously, Disney, Universal and SeaWorld are the main attractions, but there are other things to do as well. The theme parks are not just for families with kids; a couple can have an absolute blast as well!

Trip Reports:
@Yehuda's trip to Universal - Quick TR Summary, Detailed TR = 4 parts Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4

Getting there and getting around:

How long should I go for?
The length of your trip will likely be based on the number of parks you want to go to. Don't rush your day - give yourself a full day per park, walk around slowly, get engrossed in the magical worlds that are Disney and Universal, and wait on long lines all day :P . Some will say that you can do parks in less than a day, which may be true for certain ones, so then do a park and a night activity; don't squeeze in 2 parks in 1 day because you finished 1 park at 3PM.

Air:
MCO is Orlando's airport. You can fly directly from all New York airports. Flying business from NY will have just marginally better seats/service for double the price. The only useful benefit is getting more free checked bags, so if may be worth sending 1 person in your family in J so they can bring an extra bag. As of 1/15, Uber was not allowed at MCO due to an airport fee dispute, so the 2 ways to get an Uber are 1) Take a random hotel shuttle to a hotel and then call an Uber from there (suggested by @Uber on Twitter, but join the ethical discussion of using a shuttle if you're not staying at that hotel) and 2) Move the pin on your Uber map to a road outside the airport so that you can officially request a ride. Once a driver responds, call him and tell him you're actually in MCO and see if he'll agree to pick you up anyway. Below are the direct flight options with one-way Saver prices in Y/J.

HPN:
B6 - miles vary based on the dollar cost of the flight

EWR:
UA - 12.5K/25K
B6 - miles vary based on the dollar cost of the flight
WN - New non-stop flights beginning March 2016 - miles vary based on the dollar cost of the flight but if you're flying with your +1 and you have the Companion Pass, this can be your cheapest way to MCO

LGA:
DL - 12.5K/25K
B6 - miles vary based on the dollar cost of the flight

JFK:
AA/US - 12.5K/25K with AA miles | 7.5K/15K with BA miles
DL - 12.5K/25K
B6 - miles vary based on the dollar cost of the flight

ISP:
WN - miles vary based on the dollar cost of the flight but if you're flying with your +1 and you have the Companion Pass, this can be your cheapest way to MCO

Car:
A car is not absolutely necessary in Orlando, but it will definitely make things easier for you so you can be on your own schedule. Keep in mind, you'll have to pay parking fees at the parks each day. Many hotels have complimentary shuttles to the airport or the parks and some might even have both. If your hotel only has a parks shuttle, you can probably get a cab for the airport trips for cheaper than renting a car. If Minyan and going to the Kosher restaurants are on your radar, then you will likely need a car, although there are hotels that are both near those sites and have shuttles to the parks. See where your hotel is and decide if you need a car.


Where to stay:

Basically, your options are to stay at a hotel in the 10-15 minute range from the parks, at an official Disney or Universal Resort, or renting a private home in the greater Orlando area.

Here are some places that are discussed in this thread:

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Comfort Inn & Suites Universal Convention Center10-20 minutes from parksWebsiteNot the fanciest, but being a Choice property means there's a BRG possibility. Free shuttle to Universal and SeaWorld. 5 minute walk to Kosher Gourmet restaurant/grocery and 20 minute walk to Chabad.
HotelDisney ResortWebsiteSPG category X; X/night
HotelUniversal ResortWebsiteSPG category X; X/night
"Get your own place"Greater Orlando AreaAirBNB, VRBO, HomeAway, Florida Sandanavian/ Vacation Pool HomesRenting a private home can be great for a family. You'll get more for your money over a hotel - a couple of bedrooms, living/dining rooms, and a full kitchen. There will usually be a pool, and if you look hard enough, you can find one that's enclosed for privacy. The downside is that they're usually not too close to the parks, which means you'll definitely need a car and have to pay for parking at the parks.


What to do:

Theme Parks:

With some searching you might find a travel/tourist website (like Musement) that may have a sale that you can use towards the tickets. For Universal Studios, the cheapest place to buy would be from Chabad of South Orlando or Orlando Torah Academy . Tickets are only sold for the upcoming "season". So in December, you'll be able to buy tickets for January break, but not for Pesach, and in the summer, you likely won't yet be able to get for the upcoming January.

Disney ParksComments
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Magic Kingdom
Epcot
Hollywood StudiosFormerly MGM Studios.
Animal Kingdom

All Disney parks have airline style food at specific cafes. Not very good but at least it's a hot meal without leaving the park. You can see the list of cafes on Chabad's site here.

Universal ParksComments
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StudiosThe first of the 2 parks built, so it has some of the more classic rides like E.T. and The Mummy, while also featuring plenty of newer rides like Shrek, Minions, and Transformers. There are 1 or 2 roller coasters, and the rest of the rides are more like shows/3D/4D rides. Home to Harry Potter: Diagon Alley. If you have a park-to-park ticket, you can ride the Hogwarts Express train to connect to the HP World in Islands of Adventure. Only Kosher snacks are available here, no real food. As of 1/15, the mix for ButterBeer had a hechsher, but the topping did not, and they won't serve you without it. For a TR on the park, see here.
Islands of AdventureFeaturing rides like Jurassic Park and The Hulk, this park also has 1-2 roller coasters, while the rest of the rides are more of the show/3D/4D variety. Home to Harry Potter: Hogsmeade. If you have a park-to-park ticket, you can ride the Hogwarts Express train to connect to the HP World in Studios. Only Kosher snacks are available here, no real food. As of 1/15, the mix for ButterBeer had a hechsher, but the topping did not, and they won't serve you without it. For a TR on the park, see here.

Other ParksComments
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SeaWorldA very family friendly park, less packed than Disney and Universal. Cheap annual passes as well as combo discounts for SeaWorld and Busch Gardens (which is in Tampa, 1hr away).
LegoLandLocated in Winter Haven, the park is a bit of a distance from the Greater Orlando area - approx. 45- 55 min away from other Orlando parks. LegoLand has an amusement park as well as a water park. If you look online it looks like the 2 are often not open on the same day. Each park costs about as much as the Disney/Universal parks (~$80) and can be greatly enjoyed by children, but can be underwhelming for adults. All rides are "kiddie" rides, some don't even allow adults on. The park is missing the magic of Disney/Universal, but may be much emptier than those parks, so that's a plus. The life-size Lego statues around the park are cool, but their water damage shows that LegoLand just doesn't get the "magic" necessary for an Orlando park. Kids will love the mini coasters and rides, something they might not be able to experience too much in Universal and parts of Disney.
See here for cheaper tickets (~$100 total for 1 adult and 1 child ticket)


Other Attractions & Activities

NameMore InfoComments
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WonderworksWebsite
Fun SpotWebsite
Titanic The ExperienceWebsiteGeared towards older kids / adults
Ripley's Believe it or notWebsite
Disney QuestWebsite
Cirque De SoleilWebsite
Orlando Science CenterWebsite
Kennedy Space Center - Visitor's ComplexWebsiteTour NASA's KSC. Now features Space Shuttle Atlantis.
Skeleton MuseumWebsite
Event & Family Photography - Chavi Photo Website


Shuls:

NameMore InfoComments
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Chabad of South OrlandoWebsiteDaily Minyanim - Shachris @ 8:00AM and 9:30AM on Shabbos. Mincha/Maariv is 10 minutes before Shkia, which can be difficult to make if you're spending the day in a park. During very peak seasons, they'll have an extra Maariv later at night.
Orlando Torah AcademyWebsiteLocal day school that has Shacharis @ 8:30AM Monday - Friday during the school year (but not week of the 27th - they're on Yeshiva break vacation. (2024) Orlando Torah Academy runs KosherOrlando.org, which organizes and opens shuls in the resorts during busy times; check out the website to signup and find out more about the various minyanim
Orlando Torah CenterWebsiteShachris @ 6:30AM weekdays, 8:00AM, Sunday 8:AM, 7:15AM (Hashkama) and 9:00AM Shabbos (Nusach Ashkenaz) as well as a separate Eidut Hamizrach at 9:AM. Mincha/Maariv is 1:30, and before/after Shkiah, which can be difficult to make if you're spending the day in a park. There's also a nightly 10PM Maariv

Food:

For Kosher food inside the theme parks, see the comments section of the specific park above.

NameMore InfoComments
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Kosher GourmetWebsiteA classic deli with slightly pricey/reasonable prices, unlimited fountain soda refills, and mostly-friendly service. You may be able to find discounted gift cards at GreatKosherDeals.com. Next to the restaurant is also a Kosher grocery. The restaurant will give you a bag to go shopping with and you'll bring your purchases back to the restaurant to pay. Mostly (only?) non-perishables sold here. (Certified by the RCF)
Kosher GrillWebsiteReview from shiframeir - Got takeout from here (place was packed and crazy for Yeshiva week), and the food was actually very good though understandably not cheap. Shwarma on baguette was great - even though they threw in this cabbage salad that scared me, it actually went great with the shwarma. Burgers were thick with flavor and decent shoe string fries. Caesar salad with chicken was what it is everywhere but with a real flame grilled piece of chicken. Stir fry wasn't fantastic, but is a nice alternative option on the menu that we enjoyed. Chili wings didn't really have much sauce flavor, but maybe they're better when you don't take it to go.
Review from yeki89 (when this store was a food truck called Kosher on Wheels) - Falafel & fries was very good with large portions and fair prices.
(Certified by the RCF)
Kosher EateryWebsite Dairy and Meat Kosher Restaurant (Certified by the RCF)
Erin McKenna's BakeryWebsitePareve and Gluten Free. Oat products are not Pas Yisroel. Ice Cream is NOT certified Kosher. (Certified by Florida K/Rabbi Sholom Dubov)
Catering by Motti / Motti's BistroWebsiteTakeout food available for Shabbos. Bistro restaurant only open during Yeshiva week
Winn DixieStore LocatorLocated on Apopka Vineland (yes, that's a street name), this supermarket carries Cholov Yisroel milk and many other Kosher products.

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« Reply #220 on: June 27, 2013, 03:37:01 AM »
@ aviz, maybe thats milk and honey? the chabad mashgiach told us he runs a pizza place out of his house with no mashgiach ever and his friend out of town gives it his hashgacha but nobody ever actually goes there so he doesn't hold by their hechsher.

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« Reply #221 on: June 30, 2013, 06:48:00 PM »
We just came back from Orlando last week. The mashgiach at the Chabad restaurant, Kosher Gourmet (which used to be Kosher Culinary) said the only place to get CY milk close to Orlando is ordering online or Wynn Dixie in Altamonte. Their fleishig food was pretty good & a little pricey.

We also went to Kosher on Wheels, a kosher food truck that we got felafel in a pita & fries & it was very good with large portions & fair prices but you eat outside which is VERY hot in June.

There's another restaurant, Lower East Side which is fleishigs & much closer to the parks and a milchig restaurant called Milk & Honey (I believe) but the mashgiach at the Chabad restaurant told us (off the record) that they don't hold by their hechsherim (no mashgiach ever visits the milchig one & the fleishig one rarely has a mashgiach.)

Hope this helps others going to Orlando soon!

Kosher on Wheels was very good and reasonably priced!  It is close to Universal but there is no place to sit and eat.

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« Reply #222 on: July 03, 2013, 07:44:38 AM »
Kosher on Wheels was very good and reasonably priced!  It is close to Universal but there is no place to sit and eat.

When we were there a few weeks ago on the front of the truck there were small round tables with chairs & umbrellas. On the back side of the truck there's a long table with chairs. If it's busy I'm sure there wouldn't be enough chairs, there were maybe 15-20 total. We thought about eating in our air conditioned rented car.

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« Reply #223 on: July 05, 2013, 10:39:14 AM »
Ok.. Just got back from our 3 nights in Orlando - We did 1 day at Disney (Magic Kingdom) and 1 day at Sea World (got the tix on the daily getaways that Dan posted) ...
I have to admit... we ate 3 times at Kosher on Wheels (food truck)- We never even tried going anywhere else - the food was just awesome and reasonably priced.

A few other things I learned... I know Dan is a fan of renting a house and stuff.. but for those that are going a for a couple days.. or with no kids and don't want to go that route..

We stayed at the Dolphin for 2 nights (SPG) .. and I was a little disappointed... but not really sure you have many other options if you want to stay on Walt Disney Resort....

also.. if you are going to disney with a little kid and want to get the most out of it..I suggest leaving the park and going back for a nap ... We got to the park at 8:30 (30 minutes before the park opened) and got in first .. got to ride all the really big attractions with long waits really quickly.. we then left the park at around noon till 3:00 .. and ate lunch back at the hotel.. and gave my kid an hour nap.. we went back to the park and were there until 11 pm when it closed (got to go to the parade and all the rides had llike no wait times between 9-11.

Also - and ill post more abouit this in the On the road forum - but when renting a car... check a few of the small companies out too ( I ended up renting a car from a company called ACO (i was hesitant at first) but it was super cheap. I think this company only exists in MIA and ORL.
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« Reply #224 on: July 28, 2013, 12:44:14 AM »
When we were there a few weeks ago on the front of the truck there were small round tables with chairs & umbrellas. On the back side of the truck there's a long table with chairs. If it's busy I'm sure there wouldn't be enough chairs, there were maybe 15-20 total. We thought about eating in our air conditioned rented car.
+1 Tried it out last week, Took it to go, good price for good food. :)
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« Reply #225 on: July 28, 2013, 12:56:15 AM »
Just spent 4 days 3 nights in Orlando. Got the 3 nights in the Rosen Shingle Resort (4 and half stars) for $150 via travelocity w a $50 statement credit from AMEX. Spent 2 days @ Universal Studios, got the 2 day 2 park pass from Chabad, couldn't find anything cheaper than that.

Was thinking about getting the Express pass from Universal but was too much $. ($80 per person per day!). Sounded enticing considering that the better rides all had 2 hr+ wait times regularly. Buyer beware!!! Not necessary to spend that money. We went around from ride to ride just walking up the exit ramp and right on to the ride, no lines at all, not event the express line. We had experienced a problem at one of the rides and the greeter told us to just walk up to the next ride and tell them that this greeter asked to accommodate us and should be no prob. From then on we went around to the greeter of each ride and smiled said hello and said that the greeter from some other ride asked to accommodate us. Better than express and no $.

To top it off I went to guest relations before we left and complained to them too that were spending so much time on lines and getting stuck on rides. Could we please get two free tix to come back. She gave us the tix np. Just asked for a statement to improve their service. She then gave us a card to bring to the ticket window next time we come for free tix. No expiration date, no questions. ;D
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« Reply #226 on: July 28, 2013, 01:14:25 AM »
Just spent 4 days 3 nights in Orlando. Got the 3 nights in the Rosen Shingle Resort (4 and half stars) for $150 via travelocity w a $50 statement credit from AMEX. Spent 2 days @ Universal Studios, got the 2 day 2 park pass from Chabad, couldn't find anything cheaper than that.

Was thinking about getting the Express pass from Universal but was too much $. ($80 per person per day!). Sounded enticing considering that the better rides all had 2 hr+ wait times regularly. Buyer beware!!! Not necessary to spend that money. We went around from ride to ride just walking up the exit ramp and right on to the ride, no lines at all, not event the express line. We had experienced a problem at one of the rides and the greeter told us to just walk up to the next ride and tell them that this greeter asked to accommodate us and should be no prob. From then on we went around to the greeter of each ride and smiled said hello and said that the greeter from some other ride asked to accommodate us. Better than express and no $.

To top it off I went to guest relations before we left and complained to them too that were spending so much time on lines and getting stuck on rides. Could we please get two free tix to come back. She gave us the tix np. Just asked for a statement to improve their service. She then gave us a card to bring to the ticket window next time we come for free tix. No expiration date, no questions. ;D
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« Reply #227 on: July 28, 2013, 01:24:29 AM »
why
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« Reply #228 on: July 28, 2013, 02:02:21 AM »
Anyone of way to get discount on Universal Orlando day pass?
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« Reply #229 on: July 28, 2013, 02:57:10 AM »
Chabad of South Orlando usually the best prices available. You can also try undercover tourist.
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« Reply #230 on: July 28, 2013, 09:38:47 AM »
Do I have to go there to pick them up? How much do they go for?
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« Reply #231 on: July 28, 2013, 10:36:46 AM »
Two day two park pass was about $130 per person. They can mail it to you or you can pick it up free. The Chabad house is a store front five min away from Universal.
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« Reply #232 on: July 28, 2013, 10:43:14 AM »
A one day pass for one park is $82 for adults. IMO it isn't worth it for just one park, you need to be able to go to both parks to enjoy it.
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« Reply #233 on: July 28, 2013, 11:55:58 AM »
We went around from ride to ride just walking up the exit ramp and right on to the ride, no lines at all, not event the express line. We had experienced a problem at one of the rides and the greeter told us to just walk up to the next ride and tell them that this greeter asked to accommodate us and should be no prob. From then on we went around to the greeter of each ride and smiled said hello and said that the greeter from some other ride asked to accommodate us. Better than express and no $.



I don't understand, why would there be a line or even an express line.. if you were going through the exits... obviously thats not the way your supposed to get on the ride
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« Reply #234 on: July 29, 2013, 12:45:27 AM »
No that is not the way ppl are supposed to get on the ride. But the greeters who were accommodating us just told us to go up the exit ramp instead of waiting on any line. When we went to the next ride, the new greeter told us to go up the express line until we asked to go up the exit instead and they let us go right up. But we had to ask for it...
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« Reply #235 on: July 29, 2013, 11:33:29 AM »
why were the greeters accomodating you ... was there someone in your group handicapped ? doesnt make sense...
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« Reply #236 on: July 29, 2013, 04:42:22 PM »
Nobody was disabled. We waited on a line the 2nd day that was supposed to be a ten min wait time for ten min without moving so we left the line and asked the greeter what happened. He didn't know but just sent us up the exit for that same ride. After we got of the ride we went back to thank him and he just asked where e were going to next and just ask them to accommodate us in his name. It worked and kept happening through both parks. They were just being nice, good customer service!
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« Reply #237 on: July 29, 2013, 05:27:17 PM »
Nobody was disabled. We waited on a line the 2nd day that was supposed to be a ten min wait time for ten min without moving so we left the line and asked the greeter what happened. He didn't know but just sent us up the exit for that same ride. After we got of the ride we went back to thank him and he just asked where e were going to next and just ask them to accommodate us in his name. It worked and kept happening through both parks. They were just being nice, good customer service!
is it rude to say I don't entirely believe you? (there is something missing, either you didn't really ask every time or you weren't entirely truthful with the greeter each time)
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« Reply #238 on: July 29, 2013, 06:37:51 PM »
is it rude to say I don't entirely believe you? (there is something missing, either you didn't really ask every time or you weren't entirely truthful with the greeter each time)

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« Reply #239 on: July 29, 2013, 07:49:19 PM »
Honestly I don't belive anyone with under 25 posts....