Ramada Heritage Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Our magical day started with Vegemite toast - that's it, I mean it can't really get any better than that can it? :) I started my role as VIP tour leader & using a touring plan app we tore through a tonne of rides before lunch. Starting with Soarin' we tested out Jase's fear of heights with a flying IMAX ride over California - he lived & only closed his eyes a couple ...
... great, in my humble view better than Universal. Which for me was a bit too commercial for my taste and was more focused on selling you stuff, rather than gently convincing you the family needs the stuff.
At universal the Harry Potter rides were split across two parks, this forces you to get the much more expensive tickets to enjoy all of the attractions. We finally left the park at about 7:30pm and headed to Walmart with ...
We went to Disneyworld!!!
It was awesome.
The first ride we went on was called splash mountain. We were on a river floating on a log. At some part we went flying down a water fall!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
One of my favourites was the space ride. When we were on the rollercoaster I was in the front and DAD ...
... show basically performing the Finding Nemo story with actors/singers playing the character parts holding large animal puppets. Overall quite well done and the kids enjoyed it.
Day one Disney down and we were pretty tired. There is a lot of walking involved in Disney parks, making me feel not so guilty about the lack of exercise I have done on this trip! We had dinner in the apartment and an early night, anticipating a long day tomorrow at Epcot.
... different to NYC with lots of open spaces...very grand and monumental. The Smithsonian museum of Air and Space was fascinating, as was the Capital Building and reflecting pool, the Washington Monument which has sustained some earthquake damage, so had scaffolding all around it. We passed a bronze sculpture called Angles of Mercy depicting three nurses and a wounded soldier from the Vietnam War. It was next to the war memorial, which was ...