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  • Penny Pincher Tips

    Penny Pincher Tips
    FOX 4 is working for you with Penny Pincher Tips each day on FOX 4 News to save you money. Kids Meal Deals -- Find out where kids eat free! TwoCents.com -- Earn extra cash by filling out surveys online MySurvey.com -- Earn extra cash by filling out...
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  • Planning your Czech skiing vacation

    GETTING THERE Restricted round-trip flights from Boston to Prague, Czech Republic, on Alitalia, Lufthansa, British Airways or Air France begin at $365 including taxes. Frequent buses and occasional trains serve the 80-mile route to Harrachov....
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  • A bargain to see bucking broncs at Silver Spurs Rodeo

    A bargain to see bucking broncs at Silver Spurs Rodeo
    Here in Postcards land, we're big on nostalgia, so turn off the iPod and think back to the vintage days of Florida. There were roadside diners, kitschy attractions such as the Old West fun of Six Gun Territory. There were cattle drives — real ones,...
  • Ghosts to fly at Fantasy of Flight

    Ghosts to fly at Fantasy of Flight
    It's too late for Halloween, but the spirits, er, spirit of spooks is part of a new, limited-time event at Fantasy of Flight. The aviation-themed attraction is likely best known to Interstate 4 travelers between Orlando and Tampa Bay for the DC-3 stuck...
  • St. Johns River eco-tour starts closer to Orlando

    St. Johns River eco-tour starts closer to Orlando
    Since 2003, the nonprofit St. Johns Riverkeeper organization has hosted roughly two dozen multi-day excursions along the unspoiled river between Jacksonville and Palatka. That has always required a formidable commute for Orlando-area residents, but that'...
  • It's the thought that counts

    As the economic vise tightens, more people are finding that the thought really does count and reverting to simple, low-cost gifts, acknowledgments and entertaining. Nationally, from the well-heeled to the struggling, the drumbeat for frugality is...
  • Banjos, birds make this Titusville road trip worth it

    Banjos, birds make this Titusville road trip worth it
    It's blast-offs, not banjos, that come to mind when one thinks of Titusville. Yet the home of the Kennedy Space Center also is headquarters for an internationally known instrument company that specializes in banjos — and a curious assortment of...
  • Come hungry to the Florida Strawberry Festival

    Come hungry to the Florida Strawberry Festival
    Last week, I had the pleasure of talking to the Winter Park Women's Club about my travels for this column. A lovely bunch of ladies, my audience reminded me how much the prospect of a good meal plays into my travel decisions. Maybe it's because I started...
  • Yalaha's the spot for perfect day

    Yalaha's the spot for perfect day
    There's an old saying that if you don't like the weather in Florida, wait 15 minutes and it'll change. That's been the case this winter, with the unusually persistent cold temperatures, the occasional downpour at 9 a.m. and afternoons that require...
  • Spring Training baseball: A timeless ritual

    Spring Training baseball: A timeless ritual
    It was windy and chilly on Tuesday, with a definite threat of rain, so it wasn't the ideal backdrop for the opening games of baseball spring training in the Sunshine State. On the flip side, there was plenty of elbow room in the reserved seats along...