- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... quietness. So to the gift shop we went. Tom needed a hat, and where better to buy a hat than Disney World?! It actually wasn't that expensive in there, and he chose a hat he might some day maybe wear again...although I doubt it. I felt like we were waisting valuable time in the shop and started pushing Tom to move on. We walked up the Main Street towards the castle just as a show was beginning. But with the start of the show came the rain. Just a light cooling shower ...
... was pretty excited. He then went to the roller coaster Rockstar and rode by himself. We then headed back and took a stroll down Old Town shops. Kaleb and Helen spent some time playing in the arcade. The classic car show started at 8:30 with cars driving up through the walkway of the shops. It was really neat! Kaleb was very intrigued which surprised me. We finished the night by by taking Kaleb back to Fun Spot to ride go-karts once ...
... until now and the steps required to get there. This was an indoor ride, in the dark on miniature spaceships.Stop 2Had a quick look through some stores before deciding it was time to eat. Settled in at the The Land which offered a variety of selections, surprisingly not all fried. $35 later it was time to set off again.Stop 3The boss as we affectionately know her, Lina, deciding Soarin was the next item on the agenda, we loved it in LA so ...
... doing it twice as Duncan enjoyed it so much (the second time two people n our boat managed to get off barely wet at all - I dont know how they managd as we were wet through as were all the other people I had seen coming off it!)
As we walkd through the park to go home, It was 3.45pm and the Jammin Jungle Parade was about to start so we stopped to watch it (this is ...
... Motel about the place. Fortunately, Casey has a nice dog, so we ought to be fine. Saturday's visit was to the Orlando Science Museum. The Star Wars exhibition had a large selection of George Lucas' original models and out-fits - which was fun. Did you realise that Luke Skywalker's land-speeder is actually a Robin Reliant chassis with a mirror across the wheels? The mirror reflected the desert-floor and made it look as if ...