February/March 2021 Orlando Florida, USA

The weather was incredible, and it sure was nice to see places open and people out and about. Temperatures were above average in the mid 80’s, where usually I heard it’s in the mid 70’s this time of year. A couple of nights were chilly enough for a light coat or sweatshirt and there were a couple of passing downpours in the 16 nights I was there. Damn nice for winter!

I look forward to exploring more of Florida sometime in the future, but for now, back out of the country I go!

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Expenses for this stop…

16-night stay…

  • Accommodation: see the breakdown below –  $1,030.16*
  • Getting around locally: All Lyft and Uber rides – $223.73
  • Living expenses; food and groceries – $295.99
  • Activities – $0.00
  • Mobile phones  – $49.99
  • Medical Insurance – $75.67 (not yet finalized)
  • Total $1,675.54 / 16 nights = $104.72 per

*Breakdown of separate hotel reservations:

  • 7 nights at the Comfort Inn on International Dr. – $439.03
  • 7 nights at the Comfort Inn on International Dr. – $450.80
  • 2 nights at Avid Hotel Orlando International Airport – $140.33

Transportation to and from varies too much, so I’ve left it out along with most incidental/one-time personal costs. But all other standard day to day expenses are included to give an idea of how much things cost in the area. So groceries will sometimes include basic personal care items (i.e. toothpaste, deodorant, contact solution/drops, etc.). I’m continuously trying to figure out how best to provide the information, so if you have any ideas please let me know; you can comment/DM on social media or send me an email (MeanderingMax@gmail.com). I appreciate your support!



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