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You can take either Interstate 5 or Interstate 205 to get to the Portland International Airport (PDX); both freeways have an Airport Way off ramp leading directly to the PDX terminal. You may also reach the airport by taking a chartered or scheduled bus, scheduled vans, taxi or private car, or even riding your bicycle.
Your flight to Orlando International Airport (MCO) will take approximately nine hours, and upon arrival, the Beachline Expressway will take you anywhere within the local area.
You’ve probably traveled to Orlando to visit Walt Disney World, which is located just minutes from the city. The three other major theme parks in Orlando are Universal Orlando, SeaWorld Orlando and LEGOLAND Orlando.
If you are looking to spend time on the coast, take an hour drive to beautiful Cocoa Beach. The Orlando Science Center is an experienced-based private museum, and art lovers will appreciate both the Charles Hosmer Morse and Mennello Museums of American Art.
Orlando has a sub-tropical climate that sees high humidity all year round. The summers in this area are hot with temperatures that can reach in the hundreds and the winters are cool and mild.
Travelers have the options of staying at accommodation located at some the theme parks they are visiting, or of course within Orlando itself. Orlando International can extend your tropical vacation by flying you to exotic locations, such as Sao Paulo, Brazil or Cancun.