Orlando / Kissimmee KOA Campground
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Hi, Took the James to Epcot by 8:45 am. Left them so we could join them later in afternoon.
Pat and I came home and did some chores at van, House work, clean storage area underneath, etc. It was a beautiful day so we hung out the James tents so they would be dry for the trip home and costoms. Got everything dry and nicely aired.
Pat and I …
... luggage came through to her great relief. Customs was uneventful, then a quick check-in of our luggage and into the transit area. We decided to grab some lunch, rumour has it that there is no food on our 5 hour flight to Orlando. A hummus wrap was ok & got some bad American coffee, hey it was wet and caffeine! Our flight was due to depart at 3.05. After we got on the plane we sat and sat & finally got the message that there was a warning light on somewhere ...
Today wasnt a perfect day but it was ok. It was a bit rainy this morning but we all slept till around 11:30 anyway...We had to go to advanced Auto because the air conditioning wasnt working and needed recharged. Then we had to spend some time in the parking lot while Jimmy *****ed to the manager about the fact that we were charged for the picture plan but didnt have it on the bracelets....and lets talk about the ...
After waking up far later than planned, we started the day at Disney's Epcot. We were expecting it to have more attractions than it had, but it was a really nice place to walk around, as it split the park in to countries, which were very stereotypical....England had the Rose & Crown pub and Yorkshire Fish & Chips! After a couple of hours we went over to the Hollywood Studios Park, which had a ...
... of classics such as Ms Pacman, Qbert and pinball, combining with the same dim lighting an slightly malodorous carpeting that quickly takes a middle-aged kid back to those heady days at Saints roller rink decked out in his best zippered parachute pants waiting for his middling proficiency at Galaga to catch the eye of one or more of the giggling girls with back-combed hair and glo-rings, like, everywhere. The other 4 levels were filled with far more modern Disney-themed ...