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January 2010 News

'Lost' attraction at Disney not a totally unfounded rumor: Imagineers say ideas are being developed

Date: 30 January 2010 Orlando Theme Parks Examiner - Barbara Nefer

While Disney World and Disneyland might never transform Tom Sawyer Island into a set from 'Lost' as fans of the show have requested, Imagineers at the recent International Associations of Amusement Parks and Attractions, which was held in Las Vegas, reportedly said that a 'Lost' ride is being kicked around as a very real possibility and development ideas are being kicked around.

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Obama: ‘High-Speed Rail Will Start Right Here In Florida’

Date: 29 January 2010 13 News

TAMPA -- President Barack Obama has promised Florida federal funding for a high-speed rail line that would connect Orlando to Tampa and eventually Miami.

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Eco-related concerns over Cypress Gardens being turned into the world’s largest ‘Legoland’

Date: 25 January 2010 The Daily Loaf - Katie M.

When I recently heard about the sale of Cypress Gardens to Merlin Entertainments, who plan to transform it into a Legoland theme park, I had some eco-related concerns and hesitations.

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Florida tipped as best for bargain property in 2010

Date: 25 January 2010 PropertyWire

Florida is set to be one of the bargain hotspots of 2010 for real estate investors with some properties selling for as little as $47 a square foot, according to a new report.

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Disney’s Animal Kingdom Welcomes Endangered White Rhino to Growing Herd

Date: 25 January 2010 Posted by All Ears

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla., Jan. 25, 2010 -- Disney’s Animal Kingdom welcomed a healthy white rhino to the family last week with the addition of a female calf born Sunday, Jan. 17. Kendi, an 11-year-old white rhino, gave birth to her third baby after a 16-month gestation period. The baby, which has not yet been named, is the eighth white rhino born at Disney’s Animal Kingdom; her mother, Kendi, was the first.

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