One of the best things about living in Orlando is that we have a lot of attractions. We have Disney World, Universal, SeaWorld, and more. Plus, there are lots of other smaller attractions that are scattered throughout the city, so there is always something fun to do here. And of course, the weather is typically warm for most of the year, which allows for visitors to maximize their theme park experiences. I live in Orlando, but I am not a huge fan of the theme parks during the warmer months. Besides the fact they are always crowded, I don’t particularly like being outside in the heat for long periods of time. So, if I do go to the theme parks, I usually go during the cooler months of the year. And though the parks have lots of retail and indoor spaces that have air conditioning, it’s not enough for me especially after standing in a line in the heat for over an hour. Don’t get me wrong, the parks do a great job of keeping their visitors cool. There are misting stations, lots of places where you can get water, indoor attractions with air conditioning, as well as water rides that are great for cooling off. Not to mention that some of the queue lines also have air conditioned areas. So, although there are lots of opportunities for cooling off at the park, I have a better experience when the weather is nicer outside. While at the parks, I would rather spend my time basking in the nice weather, than worrying about finding spots for cooling off in the heat.