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Club Orlando
5305 San Antonio Ave
Orlando, FL 32839
28 units: 1 Bedroom Villa
Check-In Time: 4 p.m
Check-Out Time: 10 a.m
ResorTime Owner Rate Reservation Window: 365 Days

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Area Attractions
Hearst Castle Historical Monument
In 1865, George Hearst, a wealthy miner, purchased 40,000-acres of ranchland that included the Mexican Ranchos of Piedras Blancas, San Simeon and Santa Rosa. In 1919, his only son, William Randolph Hearst, inherited the land from his mother, Phoebe Apperson Hearst. By then the ranch had grown to encompass 250,000 acres. Originally known as "Camp Hill," its wilderness offered a place for family members and friends to "rough it" on camping trips. Despite elaborate arrangements with separate sleeping and dining tents, Hearst envisioned more comfortable accommodations.
Angel Island State Park
Angel Island is a microcosm of U.S. History spanning from the Miwok Indian times, through the Cold War. Angel Island has served as a hunting ground for the Miwoks, a Civil War encampment, a quarantine station during the Spanish-American War, a discharge depot and recruitment processing center during World War I, an embarkation station and POW camp during World War II, an Immigration Station often referred to as "The Ellis Island of the West" from 1910 through 1940 and a Nike Missile Base from 1955 to 1962.
San Francisco Zoo
The new Zoo is becoming a reality. In May, 2004, the spacious new African Savanna exhibit opened, featuring giraffe, zebra, kudu, ostrich and other African wildlife roaming together in a lush, 3-acre habitat. This dramatic, mixed-species exhibit brings a variety of animals closer to the public than ever before. The Lipman Family Lemur Forest opened in summer, 2002, featuring five different species of these amazing primates from Madagascar in a large outdoor setting. Launched with the Lemur Forest.
San Francisco Giants at AT&T Park
After years of cold weather at Candlestick Park, Giants fans can enjoy warm days at Pac Bell Park. It's hard to say what's best about Pac Bell Park, except that it is San Francisco. The view from the worst seats in the house still gives you a view of the Bay Bridge and the marina. As great as Camden Yards, Turner Field, The Jake and Coors Field are, this is the best fan's ballpark because it was conceived, built and paid for by Giants owner Peter Magowan, a legitimate baseball fan.
California Academy of Sciences
Explore the natural world within the walls of the California Academy of Sciences at 875 Howard Street, San Francisco, California. Immerse yourself in the world of sciences with its upcoming exhibits like the PenguinCams.
The San Francisco Cable Cars
The Powell-Hyde line begins at Powell and Market streets, terminating at Victorian Park near the Maritime Museum and Aquatic Park; the Powell-Mason line also begins at Powell and Market, but ends at Bay and Taylor near Fisherman's Wharf; the California Street line runs from California and Market streets to Van Ness Avenue.
San Francisco Chinatown
The story of Chinatown is the story of a neighborhood; an American neighborhood, an old neighborhood, an immigrant neighborhood, where the old country still lives inside the new one. The past and the present are inseparably woven together in this neighborhood defined by Broadway, California, Kearny and Powell streets.
Ghirardelli Square
Welcome to Ghirardelli Square, a historic San Francisco destination, offering shopping San Francisco style, waterfront dining near Fisherman's Wharf, art galleries, family events, walking tours and more. Find out why we're one of San Francisco locals' favorite fun things to do in San Francisco and why San Francisco visitors love Ghirardelli Square!
Golden Gate Park
Golden Gate Park is one of the largest urban national parks in the world. Spanning over 75000 acres of both land and water, this park features some of the states most famous landmarks such as Alcatraz and the Presidio of San Francisco. The park offers a variety of cultural venues such as art and science museums, beautiful gardens and historical sites.
Alcatraz Island
Out in the middle of the San Francisco Bay, Alcatraz Island is one of Golden Gate National Recreation Area’s most popular destinations, offering a close-up look at a historic and infamous federal prison. Blue & Gold Fleet is the exclusive provider of tours to Alcatraz under concession to the National Park Service.
Exploratorium
Founded in 1969 by noted physicist and educator Dr. Frank Oppenheimer, the Exploratorium houses a playful array of over 650 hands-on science, art, and human perception exhibits. The Exploratorium is an experimental, hands-on museum designed to spark curiosity – regardless of your age or familiarity with science. With hundreds of exhibits to touch, look through, pick up, and tinker with, let curiosity be your compass to endless discoveries! Located in San Francisco's Palace of Fine Arts, near the Golden Gate Bridge.







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