WorldQuest Orlando Resort
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... straight roads that went on for hours in desolate rocky scenery before bussing down to Vegas for some tackyness that wasn't really my cup of tea! Met my host Micah (whose mostly deaf hearing made him impersonate my accent by the end of the week together) and Dom and Alichja from Czech Republic and Poland respectively - had a road trip planned, which didn't exactly go to original itinerary but still got to visit Death Valley, Route 66, Sedona in Arizona and a very cloudy Grand ...
... were no Photopass photographers, but the staff were happy to take the pictures for you..... I thought this was why I purchased the CD in the first place was for them to use their equipment so I didn't have to bring my own.....Fortunately I did carry my good camera with me at all times, however I did forget to bring my battery with me one day while I was Hollywood studios and at Garden Grill and Akershus, thus having to use my camera with ****** photos.....
... sweets and chocolate store and we saw a very cool drumming display in Japan. Each country had shops featuring items from their native land. The staff working in each area also originate from that country. It was getting close to dinner and we planned to stay until 9pm for Illuminations, the laser and light show. There was a huge variety of food to choose from, but we settled on La Hacienda, a Mexican restaurant. This place has truly excellent food ...
... World Resort park that we needed to visit was our destination at 0900hrs on Saturday morning. We had one little sickling...Hayley..who was drugged up on cold and flu medicine and with not knowing what to expect from the day we helped Hayley battle through the crowds and expeditions of walking from one attraction to another. Fighting to find the easiest passage through the hoards of visitors we made it into the park. We started at the ...
... postcard!) and then lots of interactive and neat games at the end of the ride, instead of a store to buy all kinds of junk, that was a nice change. Then we went to Finding Nemo, which again, not the best ride, although it had some neat effects. They projected the Nemo characters into an aquarium with real fish etc..., that was pretty cool. But the Aquarium at the end ...