Knights Inn Orlando
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and went back to the RV. This was absolutely phenomenal and worth our trip to Orlando. The pictures do not do it justice to even get an idea of the size of the rockets, space shuttle and buildings. The rocket simulator was very cool, different from Epcot, and Ron did it without problems.
If that wasn't enough, we then went to Hollywood Studios. Loved the Rockin' Rollercoaster with music from Aerosmith.
... series and later helped as part of a team to develop the Precision Approach Path Indicator which helped Shuttle pilots negotiate the correct landing approach. The system was successful and later used in airports around the world for commercial pilots. Awesome person to meet and chat with.
Back on the bus. Next stop ... Space Shuttle Atlantis. The entry into the facility is impressive. A simulated take off ...
... if there'd be room for the entrée aka main meal. My shrimp & scallop pasta Alfredo was great, but wish it had've been an entree size! Jase had a Parma, which came with a side of spaghetti - he could've been full on just one of those! Back home & finishing the packing, doing the luggage juggle to get both suitcases under 50 pounds. At $25 per bag we are avoiding buying a third suitcase for as long as possible. Very early morning to move onto ...
... We then walked clockwise through the islands, passing the Sinbad ride and the Dr Seuss theme before finding finding the superhero island.
The first stop was the single rider line for the Incredible Hulk Rollercoaster, which was one of the more thrilling rides, and then we both went on the Spiderman simulator in the single rider line to get through it quicker. We didn't get to sit together but shaved about 40 minutes off queuing time. This was ...
... little over-the-top as the countdown from ten commenced. As the 'rocket launched' I was totally unprepared for the G-force of the lift-off. The loud explosive rockets burning, and the shaking of the vessel I was expecting but the intense pressure on my lungs as I struggled to draw a breath was a total shock and I'm still unsure about how they simulated this experience. As we 'broke the Earth's atmosphere and floated into space' the pressure relaxed back ...