Courtyard Orlando Altamonte Springs / Maitland
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 160; <b> Hotels:</b> $14,570 or $139 per day 60; <b>Dining: </b> $5,402 or $51 per day 60; ...
... was founded in 1994 as a model , perfect town mainly by the Disney Corporation largely for the execs to live in. It was totally planned down to the nth degree and there were very strict byelaws. It was designed to be the perfect small town, the living embodiment of Main St USA in the Magic Kingdom. We had a look at it back then and indeed the streets were perfectly manicured and full of lovely clapperboard Victorian style homes, all ...
... type activities such as the SongMaker attraction, the Animation Academy where people can learn to draw their favourite Disney characters and the Living Easels. There are two rides on this level. Cyberspace Mountain which allows you to create and ride your own roller coaster. This is similar to an attraction at Epcot. However we think this version at Quest is better. There is another ride called "Aladdin's Magic ...
... each way $361.91 ticket + $181 ticket = 542.91 + 20578 points Elaine (pd for Matthew) + 10289 points William (pd for Ashley) <b><u>What actually happened:</u></b> Sept 13: bought 3 tickets. Elaine pd 20,578 for Elaine (M79UWT) & Matthew (MBAUIB) and William pd 10,289 for Ashley (MJBUWG) for Dec 24 (3:50pm flight). CANCELLED <i>Sept 23: Elaine pd 10,289 for Elaine for Dec 30 (9am flight) - ...
... it was the most rickety ride he has ever gone on. I'm glad I sat this one out! The Sheikra is next up where you have a 200ft and 90 degrees vertical drop. One of the most intense rides I've seen so I thought of best stay behind to take pictures to show you all. Next we walk around (the outside obvs) the tiger enclosure. They have set it up so that the shady areas are where the viewing glass is, which makes for a really close up ...