Orlando is in the midst of a road construction boom and frankly, a whole lot of Central Florida roads are a total pain to drive on. We wrote about the various projects just about a year ago, and guess what? With just a few exceptions at Walt Disney World, they’re all still going on.
Construction on one particular toll road is about halfway done, and it’s the one that visitors going between MCO and the tourist corridor should be most aware of…
Continue reading “Attn: Orlando Visitors – New Road Toll On Its Way, With Potential $25 Penalty”
Happy Wednesday to all of our travel friends, both near and far! Here are some articles we’ve read from other bloggers (and other sources) that we think you may like, as well, so we’re passing them along.
Continue reading “Avoid This Travel Hoax, Using Debit Card For Car Rental, How To Get Your $ Back If Your Flight Price Goes Down, & More!”
Orlando International Airport (MCO) has had some growing pains in the past few years. In 2008 it was ranked as the 22nd busiest airport in the United States. 10 years later (2018 are the latest stats available) it’s been ranked as the busiest airport in Florida (even busier than Miami!) and the 10th busiest in the country. So for the past couple of years now, it’s been, well, something of a hot mess. But they’re doing a lot to fix the problems…
Continue reading “Come See MCO….Grow (Based On What We’ve Seen So Far, The New Terminal Is Going To Rock!)”
We’ve mentioned before that we love Orlando International Airport’s social media dude. His posts on Twitter, in particular, are informative but he also puts out a whole lot of fun tweets that make us smile. That’s why MCO’s Twitter account (along with several others) is one of our favorites.
Over the years we’ve discovered that the the Twitter accounts of many other airports are equally as fun and amusing. Tampa. Atlanta. etc. So when TPA started throwing MCO some shade, it wasn’t surprising…but it sure was funny!
Continue reading “Florida Airports Get Into A Tweet War Over….Chili’s?”
When you’re budgeting a visit to Central Florida and planning on renting a car, there are lots of things to keep in mind:
That last one is important, because the way different car rental companies handle tolls and rental of their toll transponders run the gamut from a low of $5 administrative fee + tolls paid, to a high of huge penalties for going through electronic tolls without a transponder.
However that might all be changing, and the groups in charge of tolls in Central Florida are in the midst of pilot study that you could potentially be a part of…
Continue reading “Renting A Car At MCO? Here’s A New Way To Save A Ton On Your Car Rental Bill”