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Take a January break

by | Jan 14, 2016 | Life & Style

By Rhonda Briggs

Let’s face it. Gloomy days of winter are here. The busy holidays are over and now more than ever you could use a vacation. If you are like most people you are thinking a vacation right after the holidays is impossible.

While taking your dream trip may not be possible right now there are options available for the budget conscious traveler. January can be a traveler’s favorite month to visit popular destinations. Crowds are low and discounts can be deep to entice travelers to visit. This month travel with us to a few cities eager to welcome you with open arms.

Florida is a popular destination during the summer for its beaches and warm sunshine. Luckily for us, the warm temperatures do not disappear completely during the winter months. The temps may have dropped from the blistering summer highs but that’s all the more reason to head to Disney. Comfortable 70 degrees will allow you to enjoy the parks in Orlando without bundling up.

Visiting Disney during January may be the best time to see all your favorite characters. The holiday guests have cleared out and hotels offer deals and discounts to bring guests to their rooms. Shorter lines, discounted prices and a January filled with memories, what could be better than that?

For full story see The Sachse News at http://www.etypeservices.com/Sachse%20NewsID248/default.aspx.

Disney Magic Kingdom Orlando Florida Oct 24, 2010 Monorail passing by the Cinderella Castle

Disney Magic Kingdom Orlando Florida
Oct 24, 2010
Monorail passing by the Cinderella Castle

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