Courtyard Orlando Altamonte Springs / Maitland
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... rooms were great. Other than that… It’s great! Weather is ****** rain but it still feels just like a summer afternoon back home with the humidity. We went to a place called señor frogs for dinner and it was the beesst! Kathryn (I wish you Australians could meet her!) chose it instead of Denny’s and we went in and it instantly had this really fun vibe. There are signs everywhere with all different kinds of humorous phrases (ill post ...
Debbie and I are going to be leaving on a summer vacation in the morning. I will be blogging or journaling but mostly for me as my memory isn't what it use to be. I have found that even before the trip is complete I can't remember places and things, so the journal is a great ...
... a long day of flights all by my lonesome, having correctly assumed in advance that one week of Happy Magical Consumerism, “in stunning 3D”, would be enough for me. Of course, the rest of the gang were having none of that, and exhibited far greater Disneydurance than me, putting in a full additional week, only just on their way back today to the burgeoning mosquito population and tentative Rider discussions that are Saskatchewan in May.
And so ends ...
Hi mrs Kearney and 2H Are you having a good time at school? How did the cross country go? We've been to Los Angeles already where I saw my first squirrel. I had waffles for breakfast and they were big. I had honey and maple syrup on them. I saw the hollywood sign and we think we saw Bruno Mars. I will email you next week and tell you all about Orlando, where we are now. Mum will email some photos to you. Goodbye ...
... bag with Hedwig on it ($40), a Hogwarts notebook ($25), Hufflepuff sealing wax ($19), a Snape key ring (or "key chain" over here) ($8), Pumpkin juice ($6), Hog's Head beer ($11), Chocolate Frogs ($10 each), Bertie Botts Every Flavour Beans ($11/pack), a pink pygmy puff (I named her Pig) ($15), a Cauldron Cake ($4), sherbet lemons ($8), playing cards ($15), Snape's wand ($34), and Snape's coat ($195). Even so, it was all... priceless. ;)
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility