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The OROGOLD Orlando Store
The OROGOLD Orlando Store is located close to the Play Area at the Florida Mall. The closest entrance to the store is Macy’s. This exciting store offers locals and tourists with amazing skin care solutions that boast of excellent quality and effectiveness. Each product offered by OROGOLD contains gold along with top-of-the-line minerals, vitamins and botanicals. OROGOLD reviews have found the ORO GOLD Florida Store to be very famous among OROGOLD customers because of its excellent services and superb customer care procedures.

Address: Florida Mall, 8001 S Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando, FL 32809

Contact No: 407-851-7234

Store Hours: 10.00AM – 10.00PM (Saturday – Friday)

                         12.00PM – 08.00PM (Sunday)


The OROGOLD Westfield Brandon Store, Tampa
Our OROGOLD Store is located on Level 1 of the mall. OROGOLD Cosmetics offers customers with the ideal way of enjoying younger looking skin. Each product from OROGOLD contains the signature ingredient gold and other vitamins, botanicals, minerals and essential oils. The OROGOLD Westfield Brandon Store is famous for offering customers with the perfect OROGOLD experience, including free product demonstrations, complimentary spa experiences and free skin consultations.

Address: Westfield Brandon, 459 Brandon Town Ctr Dr. Brandon, FL 33511

Contact No: 813-689-4143

Store Hours: 10.00AM – 09.00PM (Monday – Saturday)

11.00AM – 06.00PM (Sunday)

The OROGOLD International Plaza and Bay Street Store, Tampa
The OROGOLD Store is located on the Lower Level of the mall, close to Dillard’s. OROGOLD Cosmetics offers its customers with access to amazing skin care solutions that can help them to take care of their skin issues and also deal with anti-aging at the same time. Each product from OROGOLD Cosmetics harnesses the beautiful luster and luxurious feel of gold and adds it to a number of botanicals, vitamins and minerals to give you with the best and most effective solutions for your skin. If you’re still contemplating on the perfect skin care routine, visit the OROGOLD Tampa Store for a free skin consultation with our in-house skin experts.

Address: International Plaza and Bay Street, 2223 N Westshore Blvd #155, Tampa, FL 33607

Contact Number: 813-513-9868

Store Hours: 10.00AM – 09.00PM (Monday – Saturday)

11.00AM – 06.00PM (Sunday)

The OROGOLD Store in Key West
The OROGOLD Store in Key West is also located here. OROGOLD Cosmetics has emerged as a world leader in gold based skin care products that can help you with anti-aging and deal with your skin issues at the same time. OROGOLD reviews have shown that these products can transform the way your skin looks to give you brighter, softer and younger looking skin. So if your skin has been tormented by the abundant sunshine that Key West seems to enjoy, head over to the OROGOLD Store and enjoy amazing solutions which can help you turn back the sands of time.

 

Address: 581 Duval St., Key West, FL 33040

Contact No: 305-396-7307

Store Hours: 10.00AM – 09.00PM (Monday – Saturday)

11.00AM – 06.00PM (Sunday)

 

Florida Overview
floridaFlorida is certainly one of the strangest states in the United States of America, but being strange isn’t always bad. Florida is a state that offers you with a fantasy-like atmosphere and brings all your dreams to life. The sugary sands, the exotic wildlife, breathtaking natural beauty, otherworldly theme parks and an exciting lifestyle all combine to give Florida a unique charm and mystery that cannot be replicated anywhere else in the world.

Florida’s uniqueness and strangeness also play a part in making it popular among tourists. The theme parks of Orlando are a must-visit for any first time traveler into the state. The beaches themselves are so vast and diverse that it is easy to get lost in their beauty. You could also spend months exploring world class cities like Miami, Orlando and Tampa, surfing, sailing, hiking, partying like a beast in the wild Miami nightclubs and exploring the historical attractions of St. Augustine. Whether you’re looking for fun, excitement, nature, culture, history or cosmopolitan delights, Florida always has a long list of destinations to offer.

Tourism is what makes the state tick and you can always expect a red carpet welcome and vast travel luxuries, irrespective of which part of the state you plan to visit. The delicious seafood is particularly famous, but you can also find cuisines from all over the world. Hotels come in varying budgets and you can find exorbitant 5-star luxury resorts and budget motels standing side by side to cater to your every whim and fancy.

If it’s history you’re after, a trip to the Old Town in Key West is a must. This quaint little place was once home to President Harry Truman and the one and only Ernest Hemingway. Coconut Grave and Coral Gables are also popular destinations among history buffs. Art lovers can delight themselves with the largest collection of Salvador Dali artworks in St. Petersburg while beach lovers can simply hop over to Tampa for some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. And if you’re looking for a Cuban overdose, head over to Little Havana in Miami.

Boating is one of the main highlights of the state. But, things like scuba diving, fishing, kayaking, surfing and snorkeling are equally popular. You might enter Florida for its scintillating beaches, but don’t be surprised if you soon find yourself altering your itineraries to fit in Disney’s Magic Kingdom or the Everglades National Park.

Traveling is next to impossible without owning a set of wheels. Rent a convertible and travel in style while you’re at it. The public transportation systems are great in the major cities, but if you’re looking to travel between cities, you really need your own vehicle. Car rentals in Florida come by the dozen. Orlando is famous as the car rental capital of the world and you can easily find car rentals at all main airports.

The best way to plan your Florida itinerary is to plan no itinerary at all. Simply fly into one of the state’s main gateways, rent your vehicle and start off with your own adventure. There are no two ways about it.

 

Orlando Overview
Mickey might be the first character you think about when you hear the word “Orlando”, but Mickey is just one of Orlando’s charms. Don’t get us wrong, the world famous Disney World and Universal Studios along with other theme parks in the area are certainly the main draws of the city. It is very easy to immerse into these isolated worlds and get lost for the whole of your itinerary without ever having to leave their beautifully constructed environments. But if you do manage to pull yourself away from your childhood fantasies, you will realize that Orlando has so much more to offer to its visitors.

Beautiful gardens, tree lined neighborhoods, an exciting performing-arts scene, amazing nightlife, vast natural preserves and excellent museums allow you to slow down the pace of your thrill-filled holidays and enjoy Orlando to its fullest. So even if you come to Orlando for its theme parks, make sure to venture outside and explore the quieter side of the city. You’d be surprised to find out that you enjoy your theme park experience much more by venturing outside.

Much of Orlando’s natural beauty is because of the fact that it is surrounded by lakes. Orlando was discovered around the First World War and was built on the shores of the Lake Eola as a vacation spot. The city completely changed its character once Walt Disney decided to create one of the best fantasy environments in the world here. Ever since then, Orlando has grown in popularity year after year.

Despite the presence of its theme parks, attractions like the beautiful citrus groves of the Harry P. Leu Gardens are also popular. If you love art, don’t miss out on the collection of artworks by Louis Comfort Tiffany at the Charles Hosmer Museum of American Art. If you’re here for its unique neighborhoods, Winter Park is the place to be. This unique neighborhood is full of oak trees, grand looking homes and cobblestone streets that are a sight to watch. Park Avenue is home to some of the best restaurants in the city, while the College Park neighborhood hosts ivy league schools like Yale, Princeton and Harvard. If you’re into books and have read “On the Road”, don’t miss out on Jack Kerouac’s former house, a property that allows aspiring writers to stay rent free for three months.

Shopaholics will fall in love with The Mall at Millenia and The Florida Mall, while food and nightlife lovers will find the Restaurant Row of Orlando to be particularly exciting. This unique attraction is located on Sand Lake Road and it offers a collection of 20 upscale destinations that offer the very best of dining, entertainment, music and dancing in the city. Some of the most popular places in Restaurant Row are Seasons 52, Chophouse and Vines Grilles & Wine Bar.

Orlando is everything that you want it to be. It can be slow and beautiful, fast and exciting, romantic and scenic. Hot-air balloon ride anyone? No? Then how about training like an astronaut at the Kennedy Space Center? Or French onion cheeseburgers, Parmesan fries and Piri-Piri chicken pregos from one of those roadside food trucks? Come to the city with your family or your sweetheart, check out shooting stars, make a lifetime wish and have a blast.

The OROGOLD Store in Orlando
The Florida Mall is an upscale shopping mall and dynamic shopping center located close to the Orlando International Airport and the Walt Disney World Resort. It is the largest mall in Central Florida and it welcomes nearly 20 million visitors to a 1.8 million sq. ft. extravaganza that features more than 250 stores and restaurants.

The Florida Mall is home to a number of prestigious stores such as The Disney Store, Zara’s flagship store and one of the four M&M stores in the world. Other popular brands located at the mall include JCPenney, Michael Kors, A/X Armani Exchange, Sears, Toys R Us, Target, Phar-Mor, Macy’s, Dillard’s and XXI Forever. American Girl’s first store in Orlando also opened here this fall season. A fantastic new Dining Pavilion that features spectacular restaurant brands is scheduled to open in the year 2015. The Mall also offers its guests with hotel accommodations, guest service locations, valet parking and a conference center.

 

Tampa Overview
Tampa is the perfect place for some sun-kissed excitement. It might not attract the same number of crowds as Orlando and might not be a celebrity like Miami, but it has certainly grown into one of the top travel destinations in Florida. It is easy to understand why travelers love this city. Tampa offers them endless sandy beaches, exciting sights, unique cultural attractions, a number of museums, a zoo and an aquarium.

Tampa is a multi-ethnic city where the best experiences are often found in its historic neighborhoods. The Cuban immigrant community might have put Tampa onto the international world map with their cigar industry, but now the city manages to stand out on its own thanks to its own charm, elegance and culture.

The beaches might be its main draw, but you won’t find yourself glued to the beaches while in Tampa. From exciting luxury cruises to some of the best golf courses in the US, from bird watching experiences to learning how to roll cigars, Tampa can serve up any wish and place it on a platter for your entertainment.

The city also offers its visitors with the perfect balance between a modern cosmopolitan city and a laid back beach town. It is home to a number of outdoor activities and water sports and offers great weather for most parts of the year. Tampa is buzzing with young entrepreneurs and also offers a dynamic business environment with plenty of facilities and luxuries for young and modern families.

In addition to the beaches and the outdoor activities, Tampa also serves a number of family friendly attractions. Things like the Tampa zoo and aquarium, its unique photography museum, the exciting art museum and the world famous Busch Gardens are ideal spots for families.

Tampa is also immersed in history and culture. It transformed from a struggling village to a world class city around the 1800s and is home to a number of historical landmarks such as the Ybor City, 7th Avenue and La Septima. Most of these areas offer tourists with wrought iron designs and old world brick facades. Clearly, the best way to explore the city is to walk through its exciting neighborhoods. However, you can also enjoy a decent public transportation system to get to faraway places.

Other things that make Tampa popular are its dining and nightlife. They might pale in comparison to Miami, but they’re certainly among the best in the world. The trendy Restaurant Row in SoHo is home to 30 exciting restaurants that lay emphasis on fresh, local and organic cuisines. Hyde Park and the Westshore area are ideal places to search for exciting and trendy nightlife.

Finally, if retail therapy is what you need, Tampa is home to exciting shopping opportunities as well. Most of the major luxury brands are well represented here and destinations like Ybor City can offer tourists with a number of exciting local souvenirs.

Pack your bags, choose your sights, zero in on your favorite attractions and jump into the exciting atmosphere that Tampa has to offer. And be rest assured that you’ll find food, nightclubs, attractions, things to do, activities and accommodation that suit your preferences and budgets. After all, Tampa has a little bit of everything for all sorts of travelers.

The OROGOLD Stores in Tampa
There are two OROGOLD Stores in Tampa – one at the Westfield Brandon and the other at International Plaza and Bay Street.

The OROGOLD Westfield Brandon Store, Tampa
Westfield Brandon, formerly known as the Westfield Shoppingtown Brandon and the Brandon Town Center, is a popular Tampa mall located about 8 miles to the east of Tampa in the community of Brandon. The Mall is owned by the Westfield group and is located off Interstate 75, between the Lee Roy Selmon Expressway and the State Road 60.

This glass filled mall offers shoppers with an ideal shopping environment amid beautiful sculptures, palm trees and water features. The mall has remained as one of the top shopping destinations of Tampa ever since its inception in the year 1995. It is anchored by Sears, Macy’s, JCPenney and Dillard’s. Other popular retailers and dining outlets at the mall include Bebe, Lush, Coach, Swarovski, Cheesecake Factory, Bahama Breeze, Eddie Bauer, Banana Republic, White House Black Market, the Disney Store and the Apple Store. The beautiful vintage carousel at the Westfield Brandon is also likely to delight the children visiting the mall.

The OROGOLD International Plaza and Bay Street Store, Tampa
International Plaza and Bay Street lies adjacent to the Tampa International Airport. It is popular as one of the most distinct shopping malls on the West Coast of Florida. The mall is home to over 200 specialty shops, three department stores and an open air village of small boutiques and fine dining restaurants. This upscale shopping mall is located in the Westshore Business District in Tampa. The Mall opened in the year 2001 and soon emerged as one of the best malls in the city. It is also home to the Renaissance Hotel Tampa/ International Plaza.

International Plaza and Bay Street is anchored by Ballard Designs, Neiman Marcus, Dillard’s and Nordstrom. Some of the most popular brands and restaurants located here include The Cheesecake Factory, Tiffany & Co. Gucci, Crate & Barrel, Louis Vuitton, Apple, The Capital Grille, Burberry, Anne Fontaine, Michael Kors, Kate Spade, Hugo Boss, A/X Armani Exchange, Gap, Aldo, Oakley, Tommy Bahama, Zara, Urban Outfitters, Tumi, Victoria’s Secret, Guess and H&M.

 

Key West Overview
Key West is considered to be the southernmost city in continental US. It is famous for its excellent nightlife and its association to the great Ernest Hemingway. From his favorite bar to some of the best nightclubs in the state, the Key West nightlife certainly enthralls and entertains each and every traveler visiting the city. Key West is also famous for its beautiful beaches, amazing watersport facilities, the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum and intriguing architecture. Another attraction of the city is the famous Duval Street, one of the best strips of cafes, bars and shops in the country. It seems that the sun is always shining here and this makes it an ideal destination for outdoor lovers, beach bums, sun worshippers, motorcyclists and divers.

Key West vacations are all about relaxation and fun. The things to do in the city range from people watching and sun worshipping to snorkelling and fishing. The white sand beaches offer the perfect photo op opportunities, but Key West is not just about its beach. Key West has always been famous for being extremely eccentric and quite edgy. After all, who else would come out to the last frontier in the country?

Key West boasts of being the only city that lies in the lower 48 states and has never suffered from a frost. Its proximity to the Straits of Florida and the Gulf Stream gives it a semi-tropical climate. Winters bring in temperatures that hover in the 40s and precipitation is characterized by two seasons – dry and wet. The months of November – April has abundant sunshine and little rainfall, whereas the period between May – October is usually wet and accounts for more than 50% of the thunderstorms and rainfall.

When you plan a trip to a city that is almost always on vacation, the best thing to do in Key West is to do nothing at all. Visiting the beach, sipping cocktails by the poolside and exploring submarine reefs are among the most popular things that people do here. And if you’re a Hemingway fan, you simply have to visit Sloppy Joe’s, the bar that finds a place in the Ernest Hemingway legend.

If shopping is your thing, you would be delighted to find out that you can find all sorts of things while in Key West. A tacky T-shirt is an ideal souvenir, but you can also find an excellent collection of designer clothing, sunglasses, bathing suits and sandals on Duval Street. For something more Cuban in nature, head over to Cigar Alley.

Another sight worth watching while in Key West is Mallory Square. Mallory Square celebrates sunsets like no other. One-man bands, jugglers and magicians entertain the crowd and the skies do their best by turning into waves of purple and orange.

For some authentic Cuban cuisines, head over to the El Sobiney Restaurant. It offers you with pork that literally melts in your mouth along with helpings of beans and yellow rice. Don’t forget to order some sangria to wash down your food.

 
The OROGOLD Store in Key West
Duval Street is one of America’s renowned gems that is located in Key West. This commercial street is one of the most famous stretches of bars, restaurants, nightclubs and stores and it offers visitors with a great deal of information about the American way of life, that is the Gulf of Mexico life. Florida has always been famous for its beautiful sunshine, laid back lifestyle, fashionable attractions and cosmopolitan flair. Duval Street is a tribute to everything that Florida is known for.

Irrespective of your sex, your preferences or your age, you are sure to find something to appreciate at Duval Street. Some of the most popular bars and restaurants in Key West such as Sloppy Joe’s, Rick’s Cafe and Fogarty’s are located here. And when it comes to shopping, you can find bargain shops and designer boutiques all fighting for your attention. The best time to explore Duval Street is during the evenings, a time when the city really comes to life. It certainly is a lot of fun and you can sample some of the best cuisines of Florida.

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