Orlando / Kissimmee KOA Campground
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the screams!
We managed to achieve our goal of going on all the rides (some more than once) by lunchtime so we were very pleased with ourselves. At this point we were starving and went to get something to eat. As usual Florida delivered with its huge portion sizes and Kirsty ended up with a huge slice of pizza (more like a whole pizza) as well as chicken tenders and I had a lovely BBQ pulled pork sandwich. We were both stuffed but ready to keep going.
... of 6 people, shooting at aliens with guns. Each player has their own score, and Olly and I had found loads of cheats online, so we kept playing and getting amazing scores! The evening show was brilliant at Universal Studios – as well as fireworks, they projected scenes from famous movies onto water and mist over a huge lake. It was very impressive!
Our first attempt at visiting Magic Kingdom (the one you see on tv with the Cinderella castle) was a bit of ...
... thing so far" by all the children and they were all keen to keep trying out all that was on offer. Luckily by this time in the afternoon a lot of people had gone home so there was only a 5 minute wait on the rides.
Onto the wave pool first where Matt took the boys to where the waves broke - and I hung onto L and D for dear life nearer the edge . The floor was really rough so I knew I didnt want them to ...
... quiet by comparison and we walked straight on to "Nemo and Friends", then checked out the aquarium before heading for the World Pavillions.
So we started our world tour, which pleased Elaine for a second time today as the annual Epcot International Food & Wine Festival was in full swing here. This consists of numerous kiosks, from what seemed like every nation in the world, spread around the Pavillions offering their ...