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Orlando, Florida
Orlando is known as the Theme Park Capital of the World. With enough attractions, activities and things to do to fill 67 eight-hour days, Orlando offers no shortage of trip ideas. Orlando is home to the world famous Walt Disney World Resort. Orlando is also only 45 minutes from Port Canaveral, a major cruise ship port that plays host to at least three major cruise lines and over ten different cruise ships, including the Disney Cruise Line's two ships. 

But, Orlando is more than just theme parks. It is also home to many arts and cultural attractions and activities. Orlando offers museums, the performing arts and much more. Nightlife in Orlando is centered in the downtown area, and around the major theme parks. In downtown Orlando, one can find comedy clubs, dance clubs, martini bars, pubs, sophisticated lounges and sports bars. Universal CityWalk at Universal Orlando Resort features dining, shopping, movie theatres and five nightclubs. Downtown Disney also offers movies, dining, shopping and seven clubs at Downtown Disney's Pleasure Island.

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Airport Transportation
Located just 20 minutes from Orlando International Aiport (OIA) is just 13 miles away, less than a 20 minute drive.

Expected Weather
Orlando has a hot, sub-tropical climate that is divided into two main seasons, the warm season (from late spring through early fall) and the cool season. The warm season is hot and very humid. In June, the average high in Orlando is 90.5 degrees Fahrenheit and the average low is 71.8 degrees Fahrenheit.

Please keep in mind that hotel meeting rooms may feel cool to some conference attendees and a sweater or light jacket may be helpful.

 
 
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