Eldorado Coast Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Being the first to wake at 7am, a morning massage was helpful in the aid of actually getting out of bed today. Money well spent being able to enjoy a full body massage from the comfort of your pit. Andy slept in again like a baby, when we did surface from bed it was at 10am. I had to check with our host what time we could leave, as it should be 11am, Patrick gave us an extra hours wiggle, as I told him we had overslept from our adventurous bike ride to Hollywood ...
... amp; much better service. No 'cheap outlet' shopping for me next time I'm in Orlando! Back at the hotel & the final 'easy' pack was harder than I thought. Couldn't find the sleeping tablets, the travel deodorant & other essentials. Jase & Jordan were flopping around & told me not to stress - it wasn't like they were planning on topping up on deodorant or brushing their teeth mid flight anyway?! I hope I get a a blocked nose during ...
... early to make sure I was there on time I drove my car and my dad drove it back for me. I checked in and had no problems after that I did some window shopping at the airport and saw a nice pair of sunglasses so I bought them. I arrived at my gate an hour before the flight and at 9:45 and sat down and put my earphones in and was listening to AC/DC. Had no problems at the gate first one on the plane and waited for others to get on the ...
... dolphins!!!! Wild dolphins swimming feet from the shore, it was incredible to watch. We came home and got ready to go out for a meal at a place called The Warehouse where they filmed a scene from Meet The Fockers. It's sort of like a beach shack sort of place and a bit themed. It's really cool though and they had photos over the wall of the celebrities ...
... Public Library, the central part has 4 huge murals depicting the history of Los Angeles and the ceiling is a tiled mosaic. Really cool! Next was the Los Angeles Biltmore hotel which was opened in 1923 and was at the time the largest hotel west of Chicago in the US. It used to have 1500 rooms but that is now down to 683 due to reorganisation of rooms and conference facilities. Very, very grand inside, see pictures. We then walked through a super cool place called Grand Central ...