I would like to link this list of the largest U.S. cities without a temple.
Top of the list is Miami, my former home, which is easily 4-5 hours from the Orlando temple on a Friday afternoon in traffic. Also, please keep in mind that the Miami stake includes the surprisingly large and active Key West branch, which is 6-7 hours from the Orlando temple on a Saturday morning.
Just for grins, check out the schedule for the monthly temple trip by the Homestead stake if you are from Key West.
1:30 a.m.: get up
2 a.m.: start driving to Homestead (south of Miami) to catch the temple bus.
4:30 a.m.: temple bus leaves Homestead chapel.
5 a.m.: temple bus leaves Kendall chapel (also in Homestead stake).
9:30 a.m.: temple bus arrives in Orlando.
4 p.m.: temple bus leaves Orlando.
9 p.m.: temple bus arrives at Homestead chapel.
11: 30 p.m. to Midnight: Key West temple goers arrive back home.
For people from Key West, a temple trip takes them about 22-23 hours if they take the bus. If they drive on their own, they could leave at 4 a.m. and get home at 10 p.m. and still put in a session and visit the book store.
Philadelphia used to be at the top of the list of big cities without a temple, but the Church recently announced a new temple there, despite the strenuous objections of my fellow M* permablogger John Mansfield.
As for Tampa (currently second on the list), you are only an hour away from Orlando, so no temple for you anytime soon. Phppptt!!