Vintage footage of the Florida Citrus Tower. Takes you back to the heyday of the citrus industry and the 22-story observation tower built as a monument to all things citrus. It’s hard to believe this was once the icon of Central Florida.
This service station in Moline, Illinois featured a lunch counter with stools and a dining space with booths. On the left is a counter and a pinball machine. Gas pumps can be seen through the windows on the left.
The threat of a tropical weather system over Florida kept heavy crowds away from the religious theme park in Orlando today. The TBN-owned property is required to have an admission free day each year so it can keep its tax exempt status. Orlando Sentinel business columnist Beth Kassab has an interesting break down on who is really benefiting from the free day. What do you think? Isn’t it time for this place to pay its taxes like everyone else?
LEGOLAND Florida General Manager, Adrian Jones and Buddy share a high five as they open the park to guests today, October 15. (LEGOLAND Florida Facebook)
After months of anticipation and construction, LEGOLAND Florida opened on the site of the former Cypress Gardens in Winter Haven, Florida Saturday. From all accounts, it was a smooth opening. Erin over at The Mom Buzz was there for the grand opening and has a positive review of the new theme park. It looks like a net plus for all of us living in Central Florida.
The owner of this house at 600 Boars Head Drive in Port Orange, Florida has been making his Christmas lights dance to holiday music for several years. There are nearly 100,000 bulbs in the synchronized display. Be sure to tune your car radio to 100.7 FM to hear the music.