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Orlando Travel Journal
This is one of my own travel journals. I created this one specifically for day trips in or around Orlando and the Central Florida area.
I like to go back to places I’ve been to see things I didn’t see the first time around.
My Orlando travel journal helps me keep track of where I have already been and where else I want to visit while planning day trips.
A place to jot down reservation information is beneficial when we go outside of Orlando for more than just a day trip.
Since we’ve lived here so long we’ve been to many great places and I’ve started to forget where we’ve been and where we haven’t.
My journal pages are great. They allow me to record the date and weather each day of our trip and gave me plenty of space to write the details of our days.
Orlando Travel Journal – by Kris M.
Like my others, this compact journal measures 6 inches wide by 9 inches tall. The soft matte paperback protects the pages nicely from wear and tear as the journal travels with you each trip. With 100 journaling pages, there’s more than enough space to write down your precious memories from the trip to Central Florida!
- Orlando Theme: The cover features 5 images that I personally took during my day trips in Orlando. Cinderella’s Castle at Disney (of course), Gatorland, Crescent Park Beach, Fort Matanzas and Lake Eola are all featured on the cover.
- Checklists: This journal features checklists for things to do in Orlando & Central Florida, things to buy, things to pack, and things to do before the trip.
- Reservation Information: The pages for your reservation information gives you spots to jot down check in and out times, pet fees, address, phone number, confirmation numbers, etc. so you have all of the important information in one place.
- Journal Pages / 100 Sheets: The paper quality is excellent for ink pens and no need to worry about the ink bleeding through. There are plenty of pages to capture every moment of your stay in Orlando. You even have dedicated spots for the date, the weather, and the temperature.
- Size: At 6×9 inches, the journal is a nice compact size allowing you to easily tuck it into your purse or bag. You could even pack it flat in your suitcase or tuck it into your glove compartment to keep it with you at all times.
- Soft Cover
- Location Appropriate Design
- Central Florida Area Bucket List
- Reservation Details
- To Do List
- 100 Journal Pages
- Compact Size
Unfortunately, it does cost money to print the journal and I do need to pay my website hosting provider. So I can’t give you the journal for free. But at $6.99, the price of the journal is certainly competitive and won’t break the bank.
Orlando Travel Journal Summary
As the family historian, I often get so frustrated because we have so many ancestors and I want to know all of their stories. Tell me all the things! My mission in life is to share everything about me and the world around me with my future generations.
Listen, if you do purchase my travel journal for Orlando, please do come back and let me know what you think of it.
Was their anything missing that you want in a journal? How can I make it better for you? I’m always looking to improve my craft so I would totally not be hurt if you constructively told me how to make it better.
Do you write in a travel journal? What do you look for in a journal for travelling? I’d love to hear about it!
Please drop a few lines in the comments box below and let me know what you use and why you like it.
In the meantime, safe travels!
Written by Kris M.
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