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added on 9th of November, 2009

In this time of crisis when even the year 2012 scare me because of the profecies, we need to move quickly to enjoy life. That is why, right now I need new friends in my life to join me in a group of 8 people to travel to Orlando and be part of great vacations in a Vacation village at Parkaway. Since I became a new member within RCi, I enjoy a special discount rate for my family and friends. However here in Costa Rica, my family still are undecided to go with me in this vacations in Orlando, at least to be used in April 2010, near Spring break.

I am looking forward to have new friends to meet then even in Skype, chat with them and finally find a common interest to share vacations with them in USA. This new friends should be straight people, with good manners, funny, reliable, hard workers and interesting.

I hope my new friends will like to go to Orlando, Florida, and enjoy the world's favorite vacation destination. I would like to invite my family and new friends to Vacation Village at Parkaway since it is close to a seemingly endless vista of exciting entertainment opportunities. There willl be so many things to do and asee in and around the Orlando area and that you will wish your vacation would never end.

What my friends and family will find in Vacation Village at a Parkaway unit? Well, for 3 weeks maximum and paying each one at least $1800 for all the vacations including the discounted airfares, renta-car for all and food bought outside, you will get the following:

A resort conveniently located near theme parks and attractions.Swimming pool and recreational areasEntertainment center complete with large screen television, video cassette player and compact disc stereo system.Additional color televisioins in bedrooms and sleeping areasTo be lodged in one of the 2 professionallly decorat3ed in stylish West Indies decor units.1,500 square feet of combined living spaceTwo dual access bathrooms> one with a jacuzzi tub, oversized walk-in shower and sitting area.A fully appointed kitchen equipped with dishwasher, range, coffee maker, toaster, ice maker, full-size refrigerator and microwave convection oven in Suite A; many appointments also featured in Suite B kitchenTwo dual access bathrooms, one with a Jacuzzi tub, walk-in shower and sitting area.Washer and dryer on every floor.All linens and bath towels providedCommon foyer with separate controlled access for each suite.

And much more I can tell you when you when you look for me in Skype with my ID dragontico.

We will visit the theme parks and attractions which have made the Orlando area the place to vacation. And with such a tremendous array of water parks, amusements and studios, who would doubt it? Best known, perhaps is Walt Disney's World Magic Kingdom, complete with Epcot and MGM Studios. Universal Studios which is located nearby and Sea World, Wet n Wild, Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach.

You will discover that Vacation Village at Parkaway is also located close to Tampa's famed Busch Gardens theme park. And don't forget about one of the areas favorites: Disney's Animal Kingdom.

If you join me now in these vacations with me, my friends or my family, you will discover more opportunities, and when you contact me now before my birthday you will receive a bonus, which is additional three days and 2 nights in a hotel in Orlando for two people. Hope to hear from you very soon and contact me inmmediatly using my skype ID called dragontico. Also I have videos on Youtube to check out under my username > ticomagnate
 

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