Chalet Suzanne Country Inn

Address: 3800 Chalet Suzanne Drive, Lake Wales, Florida, 33859, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 3800 Chalet Suzanne Drive, Lake Wales, is near Historic Bok Sanctuary and Gardens, Downtown Main Street, Grand Hotel, and Mountain Lake.
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Travel Blogs from Lake Wales

Typhoon Lagoon

A travel blog entry by tracey.bastin on Aug 24, 2014

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... waves every couple of minutes - so big they offer surf lessons before the park opens! We tried a few water slides which ended in being a bit of a fizzer. Then we went to shark reef - a short snorkelling area with fish, stingrays & sharks. Nowhere near pre-global warming Great Barrier Reef but still a cool theme park experience. After lunch we headed over to the crush 'n gusher slides - tube raft slide ...

Happy Birthday Mom

A travel blog entry by funtravels on Mar 12, 2014

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Today we went to IHop for breakfast got my country fried steak yummy…yes very fattening but it is my birthday today!! Then we headed to The Florida Mall, girls did a little shopping. Taylor would have spent hours in the Polaroid store if she could. Macy's was having a special sale I got a nice ring with black and white chip diamonds regular $160.00 for $39.95 one day sale.

Dinner we went to Melting Pot Fondue Restaurant. We went ...

It's all about the rides - Universal Studios

A travel blog entry by tcriner on Dec 05, 2013

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Today was our Universal Studios day. This is always slightly scary since we leave Disney property and have to deal with the real world. We called for a taxi, which arrived right on time. We were at Universal within 20 minutes. We sort of have a tradition here. We always ride the Mummy first. Today, we rode it twice in a row. This is a great ride. Lots of fire and mist. You go through so much mist that your face is usually wet by the end. This is very nice on hot days like today. ...

Cherry Pockets and beyond

A travel blog entry by painey on Oct 22, 2013

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... miss them.....wrong, it came down in torrents, hurt my head it was so hard, within 30 secs we were all soaked to the skin and then it stopped, only in Florida if we were back home that would have been it for the rest of the night! We got back to house and decided to stay in as Di wasn't feeling to well, LA gave her some medicine to help sort her out. Overall a great ride today..... Except for the rain at the end! Miles ridden today: 218 Total so far: ...

Journey to the Center of EPCOT

A travel blog entry by scarletlancer on Aug 02, 2013

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Epcot does not, as some waggish locals would have you believe, stand for every person comes out tired, although it is a large park that does require a fair bit of walking to circumnavigate. No, Epcot, as every good Disney scholar knows, is an acronym for Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow, and was once upon a time destined to be a very different experience all together. Walt's last crusade was to have been a city with ...