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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... I was queued a parade went by, which I missed, increasing my frustration with the place. It seemed you payed $100 to come in and then all you did was spend money on food and souvenirs. Marie had a hot dog meal (ie with fries) and I had a Chili cheese Dog I had a capuchino and Marie an iced mocha $16.
There were huge crowds of people and it was oppressively hot. However, soon after another parade went past So I was a bit happier. We headed on up the ...
... were plenty of multi million dollar mansions, lots of them almost a hundred years old. It was interesting to see how the old money families used to live in this area and of course it gives us something to aim for! We then drove out to St Cloud and Kissimme for lunch, stopping at an amazing place for Philly Cheese Steak subs. A real heart attack on a plate though! We'd planned to explore some more ...
... him to experience it. I’d booked the room months before so already had our customised Magic Bands in my bag, I was going to present them over dinner, enjoy his confusion of not knowing what they were, then be surprised when I told him they were room keys. Well that’s exactly how it went down and of course it was magical, but oh my, for some reason I was anxious through out the meal, not knowing when to present the box, what if ...
... of the characters we waited in every one. Minnie/Mickey/Wreck it Ralph/Pluto/Chip & Dale & Goofy. I think Chris may have shed a secret tear that we missed Donald Duck. The photographers are all very nice and would take pics with your own camera.
We asked which one was Chip and Chip & Dale both pointed to each other. Silly silly chipmunks/rescue rangers. Hmm I wonder who we can meet at Epcot....
... that wants to get Poseidon's trident to take over the world. Although I was exhausted, I loved the "Temple of Doom" feel of it and all the special effects. The other girls in my group, though, were nonplussed with the special effects. After the ride, we walked back to the entrance and through the Universal City Walk- an open air "downtown" filled with restaurants and clubs like Margaritaville and Hard Rock Café, an IMAX theater, and ...