The new entertainment complex on Orlando International Drive, I-Drive 360, is scheduled to open in phases starting spring 2015 and will be headlined by its exciting attractions: the Orlando Eye observation wheel, Sea Life aquarium and Madame Tussauds Orlando wax museum; Skeletons, a Museum of Osteology; Titanic – The Experience, and there’s also a mega-attraction that remains a mystery for now. The project is being developed by Orlando-based Unicorp National Developments Inc. Continue reading “I-Drive 360- Orlando’s newest entertainment complex- what to expect”
Orlando firefighters rescued 12 guests stuck on the 3-D Transformers ride at Universal Orlando on Tuesday morning. According to Local 6, riders were taken off the ride but no injuries were reported. Fire officials confirmed they were performing a “technical rescue” and the 12 guests were safely assisted out of the vehicle.
Casey Ruston, 20, from New Jersey, who was on the 3-D Transformers ride with her family of six: her grandparents and siblings, was a passenger on the Ride 3-D when suddenly it broke down. She said that the ride had been stopped for about an hour before firefighters arrived to take off the guests. Continue reading “Fire officials rescue guests from the Transformers at Universal”
Travel & Leisure Magazine announced the results of its latest survey. According to its annual “World’s Best Awards”, Orlando International Airport was ranked among the nation’s top five domestic airports.
From December 2, 2013 to March 31, 2014, the magazine’s readers were asked to vote for their favorite airport and the criteria included logistics and convenience. The respondents assessed the quality of location, access, security, check-in, restaurants, shopping. Continue reading “Orlando International ranked the fifth best airport in the U.S.”