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Tracking Hurricane Isaias: Stay alert and prepared

Hurricane Isaias is currently on track to bring strong winds and heavy rainfall to parts of Florida, particularly the eastern portion of the state.

The exact path of storms can be difficult to predict, so we encourage everyone to stay aware of the forecast and prepare for the possibility of power outages.

Hurricane winds can blow large, heavy objects and send them crashing into homes. Anything not secured may become a deadly or damaging projectile.

Please make sure you bring lawn furniture inside, as well as outdoor decorations or ornaments, trash cans, basketball hoops, awnings, umbrellas or anything else that can be picked up by the wind. NEVER put objects in the pool. This may damage the objects and cause serious metal staining problems in your pool water.

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Properties that are with guests rentals we are informing and requesting to save all furnitures from outside patio inside property and properties vacancy we are saving outside Furnitures inside garage or home.

Any other questions please feel free to contact us and emergency we suggest you to call 911 immediately.

Homeowners tips : Getting Ready For The Storm, What To Do Now

  • Be certain you have adequate insurance on your home and its contents. Review your insurance coverage in detail with your agent. 
  • Ask your insurance agent or company what you can do to reduce your chance of loss, such as installing hurricane shutters.
  • Photograph or videotape your home and contents for insurance purposes.
  • Make copies of family and personal records.
  • Do not assume that the local, State, or Federal governments will be able to provide for your needs. You must take steps to be self-sufficient. Be prepared: make sure you have food, clothing, medication, and other supplies available for a week or more. During an emergency or recovery operation, public agencies will be flooded with requests for assistance. Resources will be and should be directed to the most vulnerable and needy members of the greater community.

Our Wonder Vacation Homes Team will be here and following all situations to make as smoothly as possible this Hurricane Season.

Hurricane Isaias is currently on track to bring strong winds and heavy rainfall to parts of Florida, particularly the eastern portion of the state. The exact path of storms can be difficult to predict – so we encourage everyone to stay aware of the forecast and prepare for the possibility of power outages. 

We are carefully monitoring the storm, saving furnitures inside ours availables units and communicating with guests to make the same way in occupied units, Closing Locking Windows and Doors, Preparing all Inside for most safe areas and overlooking each property.

We understand that adding a hurricane and the potential for extended outages to an already stressful time is not easy, which is why we’re encouraging customers to prepare now. Because conditions can change rapidly, we urge you to stay tuned to the latest advisories on Isaias from the National Weather Service and to check out these safety and storm preparation reminders above.

Stay Safe !

Launch New Wonder Vacation Homes Live !!

Be with us LIVE July 29th on Instagram @wondervacationhomes and we will present this new unit ready for Rental !

Our team will be Live explaining all details from this New Wonder Vacation Homes , live in Instagram @wondervacationhomes

Talk and participate with us, we will be joining w Claudia Murakami our certified Interior Design NYIAD plus our friend broker Cassio Galiza !

Will be a pleasure reply questions and explain all details from this new Wonder Vacation Home at Solara Resort !

Join us July 29th 11AM ET / 12 PM SP

Universal Orlando changes face mask policy for theme park guests

Parkgoers must be ‘actively’ eating or drinking to remove face covering, officials say 

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ORLANDO, Fla. – Universal Orlando has strengthened its mask policy for theme park guests as coronavirus cases have spiked over the past couple of weeks in Florida.

Park officials said Tuesday that guests must now be actively eating or drinking in order to remove their face coverings.

The company also added more specifics on the types of masks that that are allowed at the parks. According to the updated policy, masks must cover the nose and mouth and fit snugly against the face. Universal also said masks must consist of at least two layers and not include mesh material.

The move comes after Walt Disney World updated its face mask policy, eliminating guests from being able to remove their face coverings while eating and drinking while walking. Guests must now be stationary when eating and maintain social distancing.

WVH Rewarded for COVID-19 Response ! Congrats Team !

COVID-19 Cancellation Response Benefits

On March 13, we announced our COVID-19 emergency policy and refund expectations, including our goal to recognize partners who went above and beyond for travelers during an incredibly difficult time. We aimed to strike the best balance of serving travelers, the public, and you, our partners.

The majority of Vrbo partners offered travelers refunds or credits under these extreme circumstances. To recognize the great experiences you provided and goodwill you created with travelers, we will be issuing benefits to help your eligible listings stand out to travelers.

Magic Is Here at Walt Disney World Resort as Magic Kingdom Park and Disney’s Animal Theme Park Reopen Today Morning – Check Pictures !

This morning marks another milestone in the reopening of Walt Disney World Resort, as Magic Kingdom Park and Disney’s Animal Kingdom Themed Park welcome guests for the first time in months.✨

Cinderella Castle is Ready to Welcome You Back to Magic Kingdom Park

Cinderella Castle looks more stunning than ever and I can’t wait for you to see the progress we’ve made when we reopen Magic Kingdom Park on July 11.

Magic is back to Town ! Let’s celebrate Orlando, Kissimmee, Polk, Haines City and Davenport !
Stay Safe with us just minutes from WaltDisneyWorld

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Magic is back to Town ! Let’s celebrate Orlando, Kissimmee, Polk, Haines City and Davenport !
Stay Safe with us just minutes from WaltDisneyWorld

Happy 4th of July

It’s time to celebrate in red white and blue! America the beautiful gave us all the freedom and independence we have today. Happy 4th of July from our family to yours 🇺🇸💙

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Orlando SeaWorld plans 3-day fireworks celebration, with changes in place for social distancing

While concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic have canceled Fourth of July events such as the fireworks show at Lake Eola and Red, Hot & Boom in Altamonte Springs, SeaWorld is inviting guests to watch fireworks at the park on July 3-5. The fireworks will be over the Bayside Lake, in the middle of SeaWorld. Viewing is permitted all around the lake

Orange County moving forward with $700 million convention center expansion

Orange County will continue pressing forward with — and spending money on — a nearly $700 million convention center expansion, though the project is likely to be slowed because tax collections have collapsed amid the coronavirus pandemic.

In a presentation to county commissioners Tuesday, Orange County staffers said they may have to split the expansion into two phases. The overall project involves two physically separate additions: A multipurpose venue that would add more exhibition space and another section that would add a big ballroom and more meeting rooms.

But in the meantime, they said they plan to dip into budget reserves in order to continue designing both sections, which together would add nearly 1 million square feet to the Pentagon-sized meeting facility, which is already 7 million square feet overall and has 2 million square feet of exhibition space.

That’s because the funding source for the project — Orange County’s 6 percent tax on hotel stays — has essentially evaporated during the global travel collapse caused by the COVID-19.

County tax collections fell 97 percent in April — from more than nearly $26 million a year ago to less than $800,000. Budget officials now think the tax, which generated $284 million last year, may only produce $150 million this year. And they think collections could take up to five years to fully rebound.

Still, convention center leaders made it clear they remain committed to the project, which is a top priority for the tourism industry. Though the center typically operates at a deficit — taxpayers have spent $180 million to subsidize its operations over the years, in addition to several billion spent on construction and debt payments — private-sector businesses profit off it by selling hotel rooms, theme park tickets, meals and more to convention attendees.Advertisement

“We feel like we’re in a real good place with the timing of this expansion,” Mark Tester, the convention center’s executive director, told commissioners.

The bills are multiplying: Last week, Orange County paid more than $3.7 million to the design contractors.

Mayor Jerry Demings and county commissioners will ultimately have to vote on whether and how to proceed with construction, once the tax begins generating meaningful revenue again. Staffers said Tuesday they will likely recommend proceeding first with the multipurpose venue, and Tester said he’s still hopeful that construction could begin by September. Construction could take about three years.

Much of the staff presentation Tuesday was aimed at opponents of the expansion who have urged county leaders to spend their hotel taxes in ways that provide more benefits to tourism industry workers and the broader community. The county currently spends the vast majority of the tax in ways meant to generate more tourism business — either through the convention center or Visit Orlando, the publicly subsidized advertising agency.

Commissioners have other options. For instance, state law allows counties to use hotel taxes to build roads or other public infrastructure projects or to clean rivers and lakes. And local politicians in other communities — from Brevard County to the Panhandle — have also successfully lobbied state lawmakers to expand the law over the years, despite intense tourism industry opposition.

Mark Tester is the new executive director of the Orange County Convention Center.

County commissioner Emily Bonilla said county leaders need to rethink their spending priorities.

“I appreciate the hospitality industry. They’ve brought a lot of jobs to this area,” Bonilla said. “But this hospitality industry has also brought down wages in the area and has caused a perpetual poverty in our community.”

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