Maybe there's something in the water in Orlando, but the Transportation Security Administration just can't stay out of the news there.
When I asked my kids if they wanted to see ICE at the Gaylord Palms in Orlando, I heard a groan from the back of the car.
Terry Capps finds a $28 a night room rate at a Westin hotel in Orlando. Turns out the hotel made a mistake, and that the real price is $289 a night. What now? Should the resort honor the original price or can it change the rate and force Capps to pay?
Can you tell that half of this hotel is under renovation? Neither can I. You have to walk to the other side to see the scaffolding.
Conventional wisdom says that during a recession, you cut, cut, cut your way back to profitability. That includes slashing resources devoted to customer service. But some hotels are going against the grain.
Heads up! Orlando's theme parks are preparing for their Independence Day fireworks extravaganzas. Pyrotechnics expert Andrew Hage checks the connections of several fireworks at the top of SeaWorld's 400-foot-tall Sky Tower.
Golf and pirates! Who can imagine a better combination? Not Aren, Iden or Erysse, who tried their hand at minigolf today.