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A bird’s eye view..

January 6, 2016 , In: Culture , With: No Comments
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..Is what you can expect when soaring above the clouds in Orlando’s newest attraction The Orlando Eye. orl-orlando-eye-pictures-017Located right in heart of “I-Drive 360” a big event spot on International drive in Orlando . The largest observation wheel on the east coast of the United States right in our backyard. Reaching an astonishing 400ft in height, you can see some of the iconic sights in Orlando such as Disney world and Universal Studios Resort. Open all days at 10am and closing at 10pm every day except on Fridays and Saturdays which closes at 12am.20160101_232037 (3) I took an amazing excursion on “ The Eye” at 11pm on 01-01-16 a great way to start 2016. I caught the end of Disney’s Magic Kingdom Fireworks it was amazing. Being high in the sky at night was incredible you can see all the lights of Orlando biggest attractions. The pod of sorts that I rode in was air-conditioned and fully enclosed in glass with 360 degree views of everything.  Incredible pictures can be taken from every angle, the ride is incredibly smooth and takes about 30 minutes to do the full trip. The pod holds up to 15 people at a time and is very spacious. It is all family friendly and I’m IMG_5197 (3)dying to go do it again myself. The Orlando Eye is located with two other great attractions right in the same building Madame Toussad’s wax museum, where you can snap a picture with some of your favorite celebrities. As well as the Sea life aquarium of Orlando, where you can meet some of the creatures of the briny deep. You really can spend all day there from morning to night you have things to do along with some great food at the surrounding restaurants, and great life music at Tin Roof Live. So make sure to fly not walk to the Orlando Eye and great ready for an aerial adventure like you have never experienced.

 

Comment below about your experiences at the Orlando Eye.

 

The Raging Dramatist.

Miguel Marin
Miguel is a lifetime Tampanian, he loves soaking up the sun and the fun of the beautiful Tampa Bay. In his spare time when not working as a Document Imaging Coordinator at GTE Financial; he is a community theatre director and performer. Miguel has been involved in theatre in the greater Tampa Bay area for the last 10 years. Some of his credits are; Schroeder in “You’re a good man charlie brown” with m.a.d theatre of tampa, Maurice in “Beauty and the Beast”, Oliver Warbucks in the musical “Annie” with the Bulls Players, and many others along with various directorial and technical credits as well. Miguel is the president of the Brandon High School Thespian Booster Club, and assists several high school theatre programs in the Tampa area. He also enjoys cooking, music, and spending time with his family and his fiancée Sarai. He is excited to be writing this blog about the incredible arts culture in the Tampa Bay area.
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Miguel Marin
Miguel is a lifetime Tampanian, he loves soaking up the sun and the fun of the beautiful Tampa Bay. In his spare time when not working as a Document Imaging Coordinator at GTE Financial; he is a community theatre director and performer. Miguel has been involved in theatre in the greater Tampa Bay area for the last 10 years. Some of his credits are; Schroeder in “You’re a good man charlie brown” with m.a.d theatre of tampa, Maurice in “Beauty and the Beast”, Oliver Warbucks in the musical “Annie” with the Bulls Players, and many others along with various directorial and technical credits as well. Miguel is the president of the Brandon High School Thespian Booster Club, and assists several high school theatre programs in the Tampa area. He also enjoys cooking, music, and spending time with his family and his fiancée Sarai. He is excited to be writing this blog about the incredible arts culture in the Tampa Bay area.