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Orlando and ????

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Greetings,

Myself, my husband and our two daughters, 16 and 20 will be in Orlando December 30 - Jan. 2. We are going on for a company event and staying at a Universal Studios property and attending the Capital One bowl - this portion is paid for by the company and set.

We are interesting in extending our stay Jan 2 - 5 at another location in Florida.

I know weather can be iffy in North Florida during that time, but wanted to see if there is a location within a few hours drive with a good airport that might be nice for us to extend our time in... ?

We would rent a car, drive, spend a few days at a beach location and fly out from there...

Looking for suggestions on that "beach" location - I figured we needed to head south.. maybe Ft. Lauderdale?

Thanks!

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