Courtyard Orlando Airport

Address: 7155 North Frontage Road, Orlando, Florida, 32812, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Airport North area of Orlando, is near Orlando Watersports Complex, Ventura Country Club, Rio Pinar Country Club, and David Leadbetter Golf Academy.
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      Vindication!

      A travel blog entry by zaileia on Feb 06, 2015

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      ... traffic had thankfully waned, but due to our collective rowdiness I missed my exit twice and shouted at everyone to shut up so I could concentrate. Sorry guys! It was all too loud and I was getting stressed out. Once back on the I4 all was well, and we made it home safely.

      Can't believe it's been a whole week in Florida already! Time is flying by! Looking forward to a nice relaxing weekend now, and I am going to get this blog up to date dammit! Only one entry to go! Bring it ...

      International Health Improvement Conference

      A travel blog entry by sarahdurnan on Dec 11, 2014

      I'm in Orlando for the Institute for Healthcare Improvement 26th Annual conference at Orlando World Center Marriott. The NUH better for you improvement programme is funding myself and Verity (fellow NUH Roosevelt Scholar) to attend. Verity set off 3 weeks after me so she'll be in the US until January 6th. She is researching child mental health, specifically self harm and attempted suicide. It's great to catch up and share stories and to plan what we'll do with our research when ...

      Wingardium Leviosa!

      A travel blog entry by nofixedplans on Aug 05, 2014

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      ... be a long wait for 10-minutes of reenactment of a wand "choosing" its' wizard.

      The four-minute ride on The Hogwarts Express is worth it. Screens come to life, you see Harry, Hermione, Ron, and his brothers. I'd happily ride it back-and-forth a few times if the wait was less than 10 minutes.

      Diagon Alley is really well done. The fire-breathing dragon on top of Gringott's Bank spews fire every half hour or so (maybe less). The wait time for the Gringott's ride was ...

      Trenchfoot and a broken phone

      A travel blog entry by jimdol on Apr 19, 2014

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      ... t need them". Maybe it would have been an idea for someone to check outside if it was warm or not, as it turned out, hoodies would have been a good idea. So, I decided it would not be a very good idea to go on any rides that would get is wet, that is until we got to the Congo River Rapids and the wait was only 10 mins, Indie was desperate to ride it so we all thought :how wet can you get, it can't possibly be as bad as Dudly Dooright was" except Matt ...

      Tattoo Time

      A travel blog entry by healsby on Mar 24, 2014

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      ... see
      what a wimp I was – oh well! I think it was more painful than the others I’ve had as he was using so many colours to shade; it made for an excellent tattoo but the constant going over the same area to blend caused me agony. It definitely felt longer than the hour it actually took, but when he was done, I was so pleased with the result – it looks amazing, and I got compliments from the
      other people in the shop. Very happy!

      By the ...