DoubleTree by Hilton Orlando Airport Hotel
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... Florida as they keep blasting their mega loud horns at me. I did filter pass a police car and did not get stopped. And We have been watching other bikes just sit in the traffic.
Took a visit to the local Walmart and also a petrol station and used our debit cards and found out that they don't use the chip and pin or require signatures for payment.
... items are a little on the dark side so be prepared to do some explaining to the kids.
· Wonderworks. We did not visit this attraction but from what we have learnt through others it is a great place to visit, full of interactive activities and also has lasertag. I am sure this can kill some time and burn some energy.
Parks which have water activities and you will get wet!
· Legoland – Especially the ...
... and relax. Stay til about 4pm then go to Green Cafe for lunch/dinner. Stomach not feeling too well but hungry. Have a smoothie and sandwich. Stomach now feeling worse for drive home. Drop Lucy at hotel, get gas, snacks then back to hotel. Watch some football before bed. Stomach not doing well at all (hurts).
Wake up 4:15am and get ready. Drive to airport, drop off car and go into terminal. Get a snack then hang out by Lucy's gate. Say goodbye then I go to my gate and ...
... again. I almost got run over by trucks and the changes in altitude just got to me!!
I arrived in Orlando on August 3 and on August 4, I was moving back into my apartment at UCF. On August 6th I began training for my Resident Assistance position once again. Welcome Home. Life got a little hectic as my return to Orlando was honestly the start of my reverse culture shock. I used to think that people who said returning from traveling abroad would be difficult, but ...
... flooded. We retreated back to the foodhall (along with hundreds of others) and had a Starbucks coffee and wifi while we waited out the rain.
As soon as it looked like the rain had cleared we got the bus back to the hotel. I made sure we had correct change this time. The taxi driver we booked for 4.30 was at the hotel at 4 so off we went to the airport. The cabbie charged me $65 after I had been told $55 flat rate so I ...