Finding a holiday destination that suits everyone in your family or travelling party can be a trying task. This is especially the case with children but it can be difficult for people of all ages. We all like our own things and this may mean that a holiday that is perfect for one person will be unsuitable for other people. There is often the need to compromise when booking a holiday but when booking a twin centre holiday, everyone can get the break that they need and deserve.
One of the most popular twin centre holidays in the world combines the beauty and majesty of Orlando and Miami. Florida has plenty of great attractions but it is inevitable that attention is drawn to theWalt Disney World resort. This makes Florida the ideal destination for families with young children and those who are young at heart. Of course, if there is so much focus on family fun and entertainment that is suitable for children, an Orlando trip can seem a little one paced or aimed at a certain market.
This is where taking a US holiday with a stop-off in Miami can allow everyone to experience the wider range of options afforded by Florida. Miami is an extremely cosmopolitan city, and a trip to this part of the world will live with you for a very long time. If you like to see how the other half live, the luxury and opulence of Miami is going to make this a place that you need to visit. With million dollar homes and the most vibrant nightlife you are likely to find in America, Miami is the place to be if you are looking to have non-stop action.
Miami is the city of celebrity
When it comes to Miami accommodation, there are few more famous resorts than the Fontainebleau Hotel. One of the most famous hotels in the world, this venue has played host to some of the biggest names in the world. Lovers of Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jnr and the rest of the Rat Pack will adore being in the same venue where the lads developed and honed their reputation. If you take an opposite view on celebrity culture, the hotel was also the inspiration for Neil Young, being the title of one of his songs where he mused on the negative influence that celebrity culture had on the American population in the 1970s. No matter what your outlook on life is, this hotel has been at the heart of Miami life for over half a century and it is a fascinating place to stay.
The hotel itself offers a top quality service but knowing that there is so much history steeped within the walls makes this the natural choice for anyone looking to experience the very best that Miami has to offer. The Fontainebleau is situated directly on Miami Beach but it also offers four pools for all of the family. Miami has a lot to offer but with restaurants and spas, if you ever felt like a lazy day, this resort can provide everything you need.
If you want to explore Miami but wish to retain the freedom to travel where you like if the mood takes you, a Go Car is likely to be the most attractive tourist option. These cars provide a narrative as you tour around the city and the GPS ensures you always know where you are. So does the Go Car, so you get all the benefits of a tour guide in the comfort of your car! You can travel at your own pace and even take breaks when you want and your tour guide will remain present and ready to provide you with information about your local area.
If you find meeting the needs of everyone in your family or travelling party is difficult, booking a twin centre holiday that combines Orlando and Miami may be the perfect break.