Days Inn & Suites Lakeland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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It was raining hard so we didn't rush to get out. We headed for the Dali Museum, on the other side of the harbour. No trouble getting there because there are three enormous bridges, each about five miles long. It would be nice to build one like that from the North to the South Island. Also it's really quiet - we're not sure where everyone is but schools are on holiday until the 5th. However, the ...
... up of lots of different little Harry Potter type shops and Emma was wandering around like a kid in a candy shop. The best bit of it was the dragon that sits over Gringot's Bank which breathes fire every ten minutes. We seemed to stand there for ages until it did. It was worth the wait though. We had a bit of time to kill before the fireworks, so we went back on the Minion ride and then found ourselves a nice spot for the show. It was a celebration ...
... Cafe in London...it was like that but pre-historic. Huge dinosaurs everywhere, caves, and a meteor storm every 20 minutes. Further down the road we found Disney Quest and since it was included in our ticket we thought we would try it out. We entered and found ourselves leaving an elevator on floor 4. Floor 4 of what we still had no idea.....so we just admitted to the first purple smiley person we had no idea ...
... to be able to pay our respects at her tomb and to see “her” balcony at Casa Rosada. We are stunned at the beauty of Ushuaia, the end (or the beginning) of the Pan American highway. The city is nestled between the tall snow-capped mountains and the cold icy harbor. We see so many photos ops as we pass by acres of green forests and calm lakes. The end of the road is a tranquil place. I don’t know what we expected, but we ...
... of the trip. It was hot out and we needed a break, so we took a seat in Frontierland and watched some fun birds. After that, we decided to go back to the front of the castle to see how filming was going. Some guy was doing a pretty decent rendition of Rockin Around the Christmas Tree. Then he went into his hit song of the moment, which sounded familiar. This is where our age might be showing some. All of the younger people ...