20:07, Wed 13 Jun
Calling on the collective knowledge of the well travelled for advice where to go in America next year. Needs to be child friendly so not touring, Mrs doesn't want to hire a car, hotel not in the middle of nowhere so can go for a walk to restaurants etc.

Budget is fairly open, will be going over Easter and prefer direct flights. Not that fussed about Disney etc.

Travel agent so far recommended International Drive area Orlando - but over to you guys.
20:08, Wed 13 Jun
Ignore Disney. Go to the West coast - St Petersburg etc...stunning.
zxcv said on P&S punishment...

"I am not going into detail but just to say i can see why your confusing things, NONE of that is applicable and not what you think it is.

All i will say just wait and you will see i am right. The embargo will be lifted in January and we will buy two 6 million pound forwards."
20:09, Wed 13 Jun
Robert Hopkins
Calling on the collective knowledge of the well travelled for advice where to go in America next year. Needs to be child friendly so not touring, Mrs doesn't want to hire a car, hotel not in the middle of nowhere so can go for a walk to restaurants etc.

Budget is fairly open, will be going over Easter and prefer direct flights. Not that fussed about Disney etc.

Travel agent so far recommended International Drive area Orlando - but over to you guys.


The travel agent is correct.
Goodbye says it all.
20:09, Wed 13 Jun
If you’re going, to San Francisco,
be sure to wear, some ribbons in your hair
20:09, Wed 13 Jun
What a nice conundrum to ponder over.
20:10, Wed 13 Jun
Any travel agent who suggests International Drive in Orlando, if you've told them you're not that fussed about Disney/Universal/theme-parks, is a div. Probably works for TUI or Thomas Cook!!!
the king loves me
20:11, Wed 13 Jun
Florida at Easter is busier than August IMO.
20:11, Wed 13 Jun
John_Smullen
Robert Hopkins
Calling on the collective knowledge of the well travelled for advice where to go in America next year. Needs to be child friendly so not touring, Mrs doesn't want to hire a car, hotel not in the middle of nowhere so can go for a walk to restaurants etc.

Budget is fairly open, will be going over Easter and prefer direct flights. Not that fussed about Disney etc.

Travel agent so far recommended International Drive area Orlando - but over to you guys.


The travel agent is correct.

Is he bollocks. Unless you like Queueing ?
zxcv said on P&S punishment...

"I am not going into detail but just to say i can see why your confusing things, NONE of that is applicable and not what you think it is.

All i will say just wait and you will see i am right. The embargo will be lifted in January and we will buy two 6 million pound forwards."
20:11, Wed 13 Jun
Miami then drive down the Keys
20:11, Wed 13 Jun
Bluesince62
Ignore Disney. Go to the West coast - St Petersburg etc...stunning.

St Petersburg - West Coast???

When did it hop from Florida to CA/OR/WA???
the king loves me
20:14, Wed 13 Jun
Have a look at a map.

West coast of Florida.
zxcv said on P&S punishment...

"I am not going into detail but just to say i can see why your confusing things, NONE of that is applicable and not what you think it is.

All i will say just wait and you will see i am right. The embargo will be lifted in January and we will buy two 6 million pound forwards."
20:15, Wed 13 Jun
Speak to Sutton Travel.

[www.suttontravel.co.uk]
They say I got brains but they ain't doin' me much good.
20:16, Wed 13 Jun
Probably meant West coast of Florida.

I'd recommend San Diego in California. Stay in La Jolla.

I've just got back from Virginia and loved the coast there too but you'd need a car.
20:25, Wed 13 Jun
Bluesince62
Have a look at a map.

West coast of Florida.

West Coast is west costs of the country.

St Petersburg is on the Gulf Coast.

Agree, a much better shout than I.Drive, for someone who doesn't want theme-parks.

But like the majority of the States, even in St. Petes is very handy to get yourself around.
the king loves me
20:39, Wed 13 Jun
Can thoroughly recommend them. Lovely people to deal with
What did the Knights in White satin?
20:45, Wed 13 Jun
Robert Hopkins
Calling on the collective knowledge of the well travelled for advice where to go in America next year. Needs to be child friendly so not touring, Mrs doesn't want to hire a car, hotel not in the middle of nowhere so can go for a walk to restaurants etc.

Budget is fairly open, will be going over Easter and prefer direct flights. Not that fussed about Disney etc.

Travel agent so far recommended International Drive area Orlando - but over to you guys.

Based on not fussed about Disney, no car hire and walking everywhere. Kid friendly.

I’m going to suggest America is about the last place you should be considering.

Especially around Easter.
@Bluewurst1875
20:52, Wed 13 Jun
Prefer flowers in your hair.
20:55, Wed 13 Jun
I don't disagree but struggling to find somewhere to go, that haven't already been to and America is coming up as only place we really fancy.

As for Sutton Travel Mom & Dad use it all time and just got back from a cruise they booked with them so do receommend, its just a pain for me to get there and I have a Thomas Cook about 5 doors from my office - so Casper there's your answer on div !!

The disney bit is more most people assume if you want kid friendly that is where you want to go, but want to try and get some other options to consider. I would rather go somewhere more interesting but can see us ending up there to be honest but definitley not staying in site

Thanks for other suggestions so far
The kids will want a beach. St Pete's Florida I'd say. The sea is warm, pelicans all over the shop. Plenty of hotels on the beach. We upgraded to a ground floor room with direct access to the beach. We did a week on ID and a week at St Pete's but we had a car though.
21:00, Wed 13 Jun
Boston and Cape Cod. But you will need a car. Also New York and Long Island.