Arnold Palmer's Bay Hill Lodge
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I had a slightly later than normal start this morning (ahem) so when I was finally up it was time for a late lunch. As it was raining pretty hard we were short on options so we decided to go to another mall for some more shopping. All in all the day was quite uneventful until we went out for dinner to the local Chili's, a popular American chain serving American and Mexican style food. First we had to wait for 45 minutes to get a table and then ...
... stuff (hence the blog). Someone would mention a ride/show and everyone would be like “OH YES I forgot we did that!”. I guess with so much crammed into 10 days it’s inevitably going to be difficult to remember what each day consisted of. Lunch was absolutely lovely and our server was great; a perfect last meal really. Then as we had an hour or so before having to leave, we sat on a picnic bench outside the cafe, ...
... our last day in Florida :( We decided to head back to Universal to finish off our holiday. We started in Universal as we had not managed to get on their new roller coaster Rip, Ride, Rock It yet, as the last time we were there it got rained off. We joint the queue which was quite long compared to what we were used to. While we were waiting one of the ride attendants asked where we were from and said that he really liked Ollie's t-shirt, as in his words 'he was keeping it ...
... with en suite. There was evidence of two others occupying, but they weren’t home when I arrived. After awhile, one of my roommates arrived – a slightly posh Cambridge educated chap from Bath who’s done a hell of a lot of travelling and seems very jaded by it all (“You spend a lot of time in your dorm room just staring at walls” was one of his more inspiring remarks). I really can’t make up my mind on whether I like him or not. ...
... myself. Then we went for a drive along I-drive ( a major tourist part here - first part is all holiday apartments, then into a very attractive tree lined strip with tourist stuff, including wonder works and Ripleys unusual buildings) then up to a slightly more trashy part, where we stopped for a bite at the worlds biggest McDonalds. It is big, but not classy, but ...
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