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Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Orlando Citrus Parade - The Floats

We went to Downtown Orlando on December 30 to see the 28th Citrus Parade. Thousands of Citrus were used to decorate the spectacular floats. Here they are.This float is my favorite. It says it all.
The Orlando Citrus Parade or Super Holiday Parade, was organized as a Holiday celebration. One way to welcome the teams that would play in the annual Florida Citrus Bowl (Capital One Bowl) and The Tangerine Bowl (Champ Sports Bowl). The first parade was held in 1980 under the name "Orlando Jaycees Christmas 1980: A Family Affair".
The very happy float with so many mascots on it. Kids love them.
I love the flower designs made of oranges.
Float of Congo Park. I will visit that park next year.
Congo Float.
The kids are enjoying the most.
Sea creatures...these ladies throw away fish stuff toys. See the net on the sides? Those are the fishes stuff toys.
The Champs.....Very artistic Float! Soccer Ball made of Real Oranges.
Red theme....

Happy New Year everyone. Enjoy watching the floats. More pictures to be posted.

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