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Snowbirds can still get that Christmas feel

If you’re one of those snowbirds who heads to Florida this time ofyear, you’ll find lots of holiday displays — even without the coldweather.

If you’re one of those snowbirds who heads to Florida this time of year, you’ll find lots of holiday displays — even without the cold weather.

St. Augustine celebrates Nights of Lights through Jan. 31 with light displays, a Winter Wonderland area with ice skating, a refrigerated ice slide, and sleigh rides.

St. Augustine Historic Inns is sponsoring a Bed and Breakfast Holiday Tour Dec. 12-13, with a dozen inns showing off their holiday decorations each day. Each inn partners with a local culinary establishment to provide a signature treat for participants, and most will offer opportunities to meet local artists. Old Town Trolley provides free transportation for tour participants who prefer to ride instead of walking to each inn on the tour.

In Delray Beach, a 30-metre-tall artificial tree, lit Dec. 3 with 15,000 lights, is a holiday centrepiece at Old School Square. A holiday parade follows on Dec. 12 with 70 floats.

At Epcot, you can learn about international traditions at Holidays Around the World, and hear the Christmas story told by celebrity narrators like Whoopi Goldberg.

Walt Disney does Christmas
In Orlando, guests at Walt Disney World can attend Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party.

 
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