Boca Rotan, FL (PRWEB) December 02, 2012
Travel Services, (http://www.mytsonline.com) the backbone of travel clubs all across the United States, just acquired a new vendor offering fun travel packages, including the enticing "Football Widows" package in Orlando at the Wyndam.
According to an article on Canada Free Press, they wrote, "From college game day to Monday night madness, fans rejoice in anticipation of the 2012 football season while football widows are cast to the sideline. Thanks to the Wyndham Orlando Resort, ladies can celebrate freedom from the pigskin with a girlfriend getaway now through Jan. 31, 2013.
Starting at $119 per night, Wyndham Orlando Resort’s Football Widows package invites women to escape with a friend and enjoy football-free amenities in spacious guest rooms near the heart of Orlando. Special amenities include:
Two Massive Martinis per day
Two Round Trip I-Drive Trolley Shuttle passes to Prime Outlet Shopping Center
Nightly chocolate turndown service
“Honey, I’m here!” postcard to significant other
$10 per day Resort Gift Shop certificate
Travel Services is a private, members only travel club, so members would receive the price at what ever Travel Services paid, minus the commissions, as the travel club will never mark up a trip or keep the commissions.
If one is interested in this package, "The pampering begins at 4:00 p.m., when guests can check-in and retreat to one of the resort’s three swimming pools, shop at the nearby Prime Outlets or indulge in “Floribbean” specialties, which blend Key West and Caribbean influences, at the Gatorville Poolside Bar & Restaurant.
Wyndham Orlando Resort is the perfect spot to flee the football frenzy; it exceeds expectations for a vacation resort in Orlando with an incomparable collection of great service, Florida charm and exhilarating Orlando excitement. Guests will begin to see exciting changes around Wyndham Orlando Resort in mid 2013, including modern, resort-chic décor in guest rooms and suites to surrounding I-Shops with new restaurants and retail shopping, creating more diverse dining and shopping experiences."