The Veranda Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... all rolled into one. We got to see Human trees, check the photos, Silverback Gorillas, Giraffe, cheetahs, rhinos, lions and many more. The safari was by far the highlight and it would be a great park to visit with a family. Once we were finished there we headed over to Epcot which is like a science and technology amusement park and world adventure. The park is arranged around a giant golf ball type structure and a central circular lake. By the lakeside all the way around ...
... busy. The wait was for 90 minutes, not worth it when you consider it is a relatively placid roller coaster.
We spent most of the day in Tomorrowland. The kids love the speedway where they get to drive a fuel powered car, albeit on a track.
Because we spent the majority of the day in Tomorrowland we did get to go on the Monsters Ride, the Buzz Lightyear attraction and the Stitch Ride. These were all great. The ...
... buying one of anything and splitting it. Saves money and calories! Stay sober, write less. Hemmingway did not say that.
The neat thing about Epcot and the stroll around the world is that in each 'country' the cast members are imports. Ergo, if you are in Japan - you are in Japan. The lovely young ladies who host you welcome you in Japanese and make you feel right at home. Everything they do is traditional right down to how they count the change. Service with a cheerful smile, ...
... getting rather hungry by now. It was a case of necessity took over & the first place was just going to have to do. Wendy's it was. I had pulled pork cheesy chips with a strawberry lemonade and Andy had a Gouda spicy chicken burger meal. There medium drink cup was the same as our large!
Fuelled and ready to carry on in that direction we headed for the Florida mall, which is where we were told we could catch a bus to Universal Studios. It was quite some ...
... day, we headed back to Diagon Alley and Kings Cross Station. Both the Universal theme parks require separate admission, and a Park-to-Park ticket to see them both in the same day. Having this ticket, however, also let's you get there using the Hogwarts Express rather than having to walk out the front, through City Walk and then enter the other. Of course, it meant a little extra queuing, but after walking through Platform 9 and 3/4, it was like being on ...