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We moved to this lovely park for a couple of nights only -
bringing us within about 20 minutes of the ESPN Wide World of Sports
and Champion Stadium, Spring Training home of the Atlanta Braves.
The Braves home opener just happened to be against the Detroit Tigers, and we had arranged to meet up with two of my …
... right in front of us. We waited and he eventually drove off. As we stepped out he drove back around and came right back past us. This time we made a run for it to behind a metal sign, the most bullet proof object around. He drovepast slowly and that was all we heard from him.
After this fun experience everything became a little more "normal" or at least safer feeling. We learned that you can't buy a baguette in Texas, no matter ...
... Live performances from Beetlejuice, Fear Factor, and movie animals. MIB ride, the Simpsons ride, and ET... To top it off it was Mardi Gras parade... Very long day totally enjoyable. Day 2. Disney world -Epcot Arrived by bus about 9:30... I didn't realize Disney was so huge.... There are so many worlds here... It would be impossible to see them all. We saw most of Epcot during the one day we were there... It was the festival of flowers there and the figures were amazing.... Only ...
... loops that take a little getting used to. Many campers hire golf carts to get around but at $60 + per day we weren't interested in that. Instead, we asked for a campsite near the bus stop and rest rooms, and as usual, Disney was more than glad to comply. We had a site right across from a spotless rest room/shower facility and the bus stop.
... the drive was a stop at McDonald's, not for the food obviously, but for the free wifi to update the blog. Chris made very nice cheese salad sandwiches and coffee but we did succumb to a Reeses McFlurry to-go!
Arriving at the state park at 3-ish, we went for a swim in the swimming lake. Warning signs ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsOutdoor Resorts at Orlando, Inc. Clermont
Although we were only here for a couple of days, it's a place we could easily enjoy staying for a longer period of time. People seem quite friendly, even though we were clearly "transients" in what is almost a 95% seasonal/ permanent park. It's beautifully kept up, and our site, which backed up to a canal which leads to Lake Davenport, was lovely, although not very well suited for big rigs pulling in and out frequently, with a dead-end at one end of the street, and tight quarters for backing in and pulling out around trees and permanent dwellings!
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