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    a trip to mt dora is a nice day out especialy if you are interested in crafts and antiques





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    Quote Originally Posted by robertcraig, post: 220146
    a trip to mt dora is a nice day out especialy if you are interested in crafts and antiques
    ooo I think we have info on that on our main website :/ but is there enough there for a full day? how far from disney is it?
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    You know? We used to send everyone to Mt. Dora, but the last time we sent friends they came back quite disappointed. It seems the economy has taken it's toll on the little town and many places were closed.

    Haven't been ourselves in some time so can't really speak to it, but no reason for them to say otherwise, eh?






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    sorry to hear that it is not so good about 3 years since i was there it was a lovely small town





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    This is the one thing I think is missing for me in Florida. After all these years of going, I'm still yet to experience a nice little town or "normal non-tourist" florida. know what I mean?

    Really would love to go somewhere a bit more genuine
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    i think it is very diffcult to find a place that is non touristy





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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith, post: 220161
    This is the one thing I think is missing for me in Florida. After all these years of going, I'm still yet to experience a nice little town or "normal non-tourist" florida. know what I mean?

    Really would love to go somewhere a bit more genuine
    you really need to hire a car for a few days and go see some sights, beaches etc

    never been to mount dora have heard its noce to go visit tho.

    i also want to go visit celebration too
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    Quote Originally Posted by robertcraig, post: 220163
    i think it is very diffcult to find a place that is non touristy
    yeah :/ mind you I did go to a camera shop in what felt like a fairly nontouristy dodgy place

    Celebration is nice but it's very much an onstage touristy place
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    celebration is worth a visit





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    Quote Originally Posted by robertcraig, post: 220168
    celebration is worth a visit
    i hear that in winter they spray snow out of the lamposts which is pretty cool
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