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Florida tourism



Published: Sun, February 3, 2002 @ 12:00 a.m.



Florida tourism

Orlando, Fla., home to Disney World and other tourist playlands, probably won't fully recover from the combination of economic recession and Sept.11 until well into next year, said researchers with the Orlando-Orange County Convention and Visitors Center.

By recovery, the researchers mean a return to the 43.2 million visitors who had a $20.9-billion economic impact in Orlando in 2000.

Barring unforeseen setbacks, visitation is expected to resume growth in the second half of this year.

New York tours

Nearly 70 museums, zoos, performing arts centers and other attractions in New York City are offering their annual "Insider's Hour" tours through March 31.

These are special one-hour tours.

Entrance fees and hours vary.

For information stop by the city's visitor information center at 810 7th Ave. at 53rd Street or visit www.nycvisit.com on the Web.




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