WorldMark Kingstown Reef

Address: 12000 International Drive, Orlando, Florida, 32821, United States | Condo
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This condo, located in the International Drive/Universal/SeaWorld area of Orlando, is near Orlando Premium Outlets, Lake Eola Park, Grande Pines Golf Club at the Marriott, and Faldo Golf Institute.
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    Travel Blogs from Orlando

    In space no one can hear you scream

    A travel blog entry by jimnunn on Aug 27, 2014

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    ... do not know how to create true luxury in an intimate environment. Honestly, it made me want to scream. Only no one would have heard me.

    The meal was ok, not better than the Captain's Table, but the food was fine and the waitress just thus side of tolerably jolly, but she brought the bill out whilst we were still eating pudding. I do hate that. And because we were quite a late booking, most of the other diners had gone by the time dessert was brought ...

    I'm Homeless & Unemployed....

    A travel blog entry by nicash07 on Jul 07, 2014

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    ... now I am homeless and unemployed.... which is terrifying for sure. I definitely did not think this would happen to me a year or so out of college. Luckily this is a chosen path and not something terrible that has happened to me.

    I have months ahead of me to not worry about deadlines and time constraints. It is all up in the air and I am excited for this breath of fresh air! Breathe Dan! ;) :P

    See ya real soon America! Love you all!
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    Trenchfoot and a broken phone

    A travel blog entry by jimdol on Apr 19, 2014

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    ... Gwazi.

    Gwazi is a humungous wooden rollercoaster, it looks like it was built in the 1800's and as though it may not stand the strain of 1 more car running over it. The line said 15 mins, ok that was a tad on the optimistic side as it was closer to 60 mins, but when our turn came Matt and I were in the front. Now, the track may have been rickety and been liable to rattle your fillings out, but the seats were lovely and comfy padded chairs, ...

    Disney Princesses

    A travel blog entry by spoonball on Mar 22, 2014

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    ... is very similar to the park lodges in the Serengeti. And a balcony with a view of wild animals. They were very interested. And thus, a girls' trip to Disney World was begat.

    By "girls", I mean 6 60-somethings. NOT 60 6-year-olds. We are adults who planned to do Disney in an adult fashion. No kids. High end restaurants. Luxury accommodations. Not even a trip to Magic Kingdom. We decided on EPCOT and Animal Kingdom. And we had a ball.
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    Not the most auspicious of starts....

    A travel blog entry by healsby on Mar 13, 2014

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    ... time to grab a Burger King for lunch before being invited to board. At least all the rushing around has meant that this is the first flight I've taken where I haven't been crippled with nerves - there was just no time for it! The plane was huge and really comfy, but the flight took 9 hours, rather than the 7 hours it took the last time we flew to Orlando - and we could tell the difference. To keep ourselves from boredom we: > Watched Frozen, Thor, World's End and ...