Drury Inn & Suites Orlando
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDrury Inn & Suites Orlando
Nice clean small hotel. Serves hot breakfast and food in the evenings also, including alcoholic beverages.
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... restaurants require reservations and are all booked out for at least an hour." "I said OK Fast food" she said "Casey's Corner at number 10 on your map." That was another couple of hundred metres up Main Street. I was feeling hot and disillusioned by now.
We found our way to Casey's and Marie found a table while I queued for food. They had 10 checkouts going and only about 8 items on their menu and were incredibly slow (at least the checkout I was at ...
At the barbecue last night we decided that we would actually get up early today and try and do something productive today. The activity of choice for this morning was a scenic boat trip around the lakes and canals of Winter Park. This turned out to be a great choice as the setting was exactly how I imagined old Florida to look like, lots of greenery, sub tropical plants and water. Around all the ...
... Yorksh-yre County fish and chips”, took a boat through the greenhouses, and finally Soared over California. Sunday was also the day that Will and I got to break off from the family for lunch together. I’d booked us into Mexico (inside the pyramid where the boats pass), without him knowing I’d also booked us into a room at the French Quarter that night seen as he’d never been to a Disney park, let alone a Disney resort ...
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Proof that we are getting old: We walked through the little Walt Disney museum telling the story of his life and how the whole theme park idea came about and we read every little plaque and looked at all the displays and watched the movie.
Proof that we are still 5 years old: We wandered into the Animation building and upon seeing that there were short lines to meet ...
... We saw a ride that was set in a building that looked like an ancient temple that was named after Poseidon (Poseidon's Fury). It was a very long line and our legs were exhausted while we waited. We assumed it was a ride, but it was more like a cross between a ride and a show. We stood the whole time and it was a show where an actor pretended to be a archeologist excavating Poseidon's tomb who accidentally unleashes a ...