10 Cheap Vacations For Expensive Times
Orlando is, not surprisingly, Travelocity's top family destination this summer, and second on the overall list. With Shamu at Sea World, Harry Potter at Universal Studios and a kid's entire DVD collection's worth of Pixar characters awaiting at Walt Disney World (DIS), this is a tough one for families to avoid.
With the average daily room rate at Orlando hotels dropping to $87 this summer -- well below the national domestic average -- it may be tough to avoid just on principle. Five-night vacation deals anywhere beyond Disney's clutches can fetch as little as $350 to $500 per person for hotel and airfare, while even four-night deals at Disney's Dolphin Resort can run as low as $520 per person. That doesn't include park admission, but perks include transportation to and from Orlando airport, free transportation from your hotel to all the parks and free extra hours in the parks each day.
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