Orlando International Resort Club
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... like this ride and hurried to get in line. It was even more fun than when we rode on Saturday
When we exit the ride, the weather has changed A LOT! It is very chilly, super windy and pouring rain. People trying to use umbrellas to keep dry give up and there are people running everywhere. Holy crow! We join a huge crowd of people under a marquee hoping the rain will let up. Eventually it does, minimally, and we slog out (my sneakers and wool socks ...
... along the way. There were basically no queues all day either so that was nice. The Twister experience is seriously cheesy and outdated, but a laugh all the same. Disaster was much more impressive, a mini movie made by each group that goes round. We had lunch in Finnegan’s Irish grill, a little concerned by their version of corned beef, but the cod and chips, and scotch eggs I had were yummy. We wanted to go on the Mummy ride, but thought it best to ...
Finally we are in Orlando! We plan on staying in a Disney World resort for 5 days and visiting the park everyday. The trip was long, but I believe it was all worth it because Disney World was very fun. The hotel was $289 per night, costing a total of $1445. We spend another $1400 on tickets alone. It was the best five days of my life.... We refilled the gas for ...
... books a try and boy that was the best decision of my life. From 2002 I decided that when I grow up, I want to be Harry Potter. I want to study at Hogwarts and fly broomsticks and be a quidditch champion but as years passed by, those aspirations faded away but never did they completely vanish.
June 15th, 2014, was the day my dream came true. After 12 years of waiting (Oh yes Harry Potter reference time; "I DID MY WAITING..12 YEARS OF ...
Saturday...... Kennedy Space Centre
After a sluggish start to the morning (for some), we got on the road to Cape Canaveral, Kennedy Space Centre, NASA whatever you like to call it. This involved taking the toll road which is called the Beachline Expressway. Now unless I'm very much mistaken, the last time I was here it was called the Beeline Expressway, whatever, it is the same road. 4 or was it 5 tolls later we got our first look at the Atlantic Ocean and found ...