One question that everybody wants to answer: "Is the recession finally OVER?". The answer? Yes and no.
The news and authorities say that it is indeed over, and that may be true. Job opportunities are slightly, very slightly increasing, but there's so much to do before we can really say that we're back on track.
Of course, we will never be like we were the past.
But, what does this have to do with Orlando and its attractions? Well, we are not immune to this problem. True, the many additions that the parks are building year after year has helped a lot to boost our economy, but there's a place in Central Florida where one business over three has been closed!
Where is it? It's the EAST 192, where very few tourist go.
Take a look at just a few of the many shops/attractions, etc.. are closed there:
I really hope that all these businesses will be reopened, as it is really a shame to see all these places abandoned. That is really scary. This is one of the (VERY) few times in which I miss an Italian law. If you go BANKRUPT in Italy, you go directly.... to jail! I know, it may sound a bit exaggerated, but it keeps most of the businesses open. What do you think?