Thursday, November 17, 2005

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Blogger Mike said...

A family vacation to "The Happiest Place on Earth" is a rewarding experience you will never forget. With so much to see and do, it has become increasingly important to a lot of visitors that they plan accordingly and reserve comfortable and spacious accommodations. If you are traveling with children, the open spaces in a vacation home or villa will translate into added silence and downtime after a long day at the parks.
We've all been there before. As you're trying to unwind in a cramped hotel room, the kids become restless of their boredom and begin to jump from double-bed to double-bed in order to work off their left-over energy. If you put enough people in a cramped space, stress levels can rise rather quickly. A single television in a small hotel room is an argument waiting to happen. Vacation homes and pool villas, by comparison, usually come furnished with televisions in each room. Today, it has become easier and cheaper for the average tourist to avoid situations like these.

Vacation homes and pool villas in the Orlando area average in the $700-$900/weekly price range. Most of these homes can sleep 6+ guests as opposed to the standard 4 in a hotel room. If you were to reserve a hotel room (or two) for 6-8 guests you may need to prepare to pay upwards of $1,500 for a week's stay. When planning a family stay in Orlando for at least a week, there really is no other way to go.

A hotel complex may have one entertaining amenity if you are lucky: a community pool. If you and your family value privacy, most vacation homes come with a personal swimming pool in the property's backyard. This way, parents can easily supervise their children from the comfort of home. Spark up the Bar-B-Q on the back porch and have dinner ready as the kids exit the pool for the day! Many villa communities also include tennis, volleyball, and basketball courts within walking distance.

A vacation home in the Disney World Resort vicinity truly offers the best of both worlds. The convenience of staying near Disney and the opportunity to explore everything else Orlando has to offer. You may choose to venture out a few miles and do a little shopping at the Premier Outlets just off of Interstate 4, eat out at one of the many find dining destinations in the Orlando metro area, or delve into Orlando's buzzing downtown district. Either way you decide to plan your vacation, be sure to make renting a villa or vacation home a habit wherever you travel.

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Blogger Mike said...

A 12-year-old Newport News girl who died after collapsing at a Disney theme park in August succumbed to an unidentified viral infection that reached her heart, a Florida medical examiner said Tuesday.
Jerra Kirby was visiting Disney's Typhoon Lagoon on Aug. 4 with her aunt and cousins when she fell ill and passed out. Lifeguards performed CPR, but she was pronounced dead later that day at a hospital in Celebration, Fla.

An autopsy revealed that Jerra died of myocarditis, or inflammation of the heart. Jerra had enlarged lymph nodes, which often swell as a result of an infection, according to the District Nine Medical Examiner's Office, which covers Orange and Osceola counties.

Jerra could not have gotten the infection at the park, said Sheri Blanton, a spokeswoman for the medical examiner's office. "It would have to have been in her system for days," she said.

Blanton said the examiner's office was not able to determine what kind of virus struck Jerra or where she might have gotten it. The report does not mention whether Jerra had any symptoms before she collapsed at the pool, Blanton said. Lifeguards noticed Jerra lying on a ledge near the water, and asked if she was OK.

She said she was fine, got up, and then passed out, police said.

Jerra was an honor roll student at Hines Middle School and was excited to travel with relatives to Florida, her mother Stormetta Kirby said shortly after her death.

Stormetta Kirby could not be reached for comment Tuesday. She said in August that Jerra was a healthy child who had only suffered a few colds in her life.

Jerra was the second child to die while at Walt Disney World in a matter of months. The medical examiner's office said Tuesday that the cause of death of the other child, 4-year-old Daudi Bamuwamye, was also natural.

Daudi was riding Mission: Space at EPCOT in June when he died of a cardiac arrhythmia brought on by heart disease. The child had an abnormal heart muscle, likely a congenital defect that put him at a high risk for sudden death, the medical examiner's office said.

The office says the risk of death can increase in physically or emotionally stressful situations.

Officials from Disney did not return a call for comment.

The company released a statement saying, "Our sympathies are with the families during this difficult time. In regard to the reports, we believe they speak for themselves

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