Embassy Suites Orlando Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... tenfold, especially as I got trapped inbetween Honduran and Nicaraguan borders, paying to get out of one, but not having cash to pay into the other, so in the end I had to go back to Honduras just to use an ATM, then go back to Nicaragua arriving late at night, to be whisked out on a motorbike under the clearest and starriest of night skies, to another giant canyon to swim and jump off rocks from rather ridiculous heights in. Not so bad… Reached Esteli, where watched a ...
... I was desperate to try this but couldn't pass for 12). At the end we went on the simulator ride which is based on a training simulator for lift off of a shuttle. It was a good way to end the exhibit, my brain was rattled about in my head mind you, but it is the closest I am ever going to get to experiencing the real thing, so was worth the brain rattling.
After a snack we went on the bus tour which takes you round the main sights of KSC, there is the ...
... turned up for a drive along in a NASCAR car, goodness they are are rough as guts. The noise when they started them up was like a shed full of tractors, they were horrible smelly things, I can only assume that NASCAR stands for Noisy and Smelly CAR, or Nasty and Stinky, or maybe just Naff and Stupid, either way alongside the Supercars they were just all of the above. I didn't realise that they didn't have doors, you have to get in and out ...
... but if you are off property like we were, you have to run to a kiosk when you get to the park to reserve your FastPasses for the day. So this means you have to stand in line to reserve a spot so you can skip standing in line. Ummmm?? Do your research and find out what the popular rides are for each park, and the FastPasses can save you a lot of time. We planned it out right and didn't wait more than 20 minutes for any ride our whole time there.
Since we were staying at ...
... with Colorado and we responded with Guyana. With extreme surprise in his voice he said, "In South America?" Then he followed with, "I'm from Berbice!" Berbice is a town on the east coast of Guyana. We had a lengthy conversation with him.
He had left Guyana with his parents when he was five. He has never been back. He and his parents had moved to Toronto, Canada. He shared that one of his cousins had returned to Guyana. He had invested ...