Country Inn & Suites Orlando Universal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCountry Inn & Suites Orlando Universal
This was the last hotel we stayed in on our "Southern Authors" trip and it was wonderful! Everything was so comfortable and relaxing....!
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... and her evil cat who wanted to kill me. Drank a bit too much Tequila and threw up in the back of a taxi only for the driver to come back with the police and again put me in a situation I was far too confused to do anything about! Cheesed it down the coast where got taken to the wine valleys, and invited to drink homemade beer and make pizzas with all the Couchsurfing community there and a dog which always carried a 2 litre bottle of Coke in its mouth! Got some tips for hitching down ...
... of terror and the rockin roller coaster. We then went and met Jake from Jake and the Netherland pirates, wreck it Ralph and Venelope and went on a few more rides which all based on Hollywood and the movies. My favourite was toy story's midway mania- it was an arcade game as well as a ride! We also went to a walk through of how Disney came about and to an animation class were we drew wreck ...
... we travelled over rocky, dirt and flooded roads, and made it across a rickety bridge. We made it through the Savannah alive! Only the get off and be attacked by our own hungry herd! Snacks eaten we wondered towards the Lion King show.
Seated in a square theatrette, the audience encircled the stage. With human singers, actors, acrobats, puppeteers and singers dressed as animals and characters from the movie, we experienced ...
With no parks to visit today we got our first lie in of the holiday! We had a quiet morning and then went to Downtown Disney as we had tickets for the new Disney Quest which is their version of an indoor interactive arcade type of thing with loads of different activities. Ollie built his own roller coaster using a computer system and then went on a simulated ride of it which was good but he said he ...
... down. Some awesome special effects and again, real life audio and video. Outside the centre was the launch viewing area. It was great being able to view the launch pad from the VIP area and I can only imagine how impressive it must have been to watch a space shuttle launch or any launch for that matter. The launch pad is about 3 miles from the viewing area. We jumped back on the bus and headed back to the Kennedy Space Centre Visitors Complex. On the way back we got to ...