Extended Stay America - Orlando - Convention Ctr - 6443 Westwood
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to head straight to the Jurassic Park ride that we hadn't had time for on Day 1. We waited around 10-15minutes and we got on the ride in no time today. We got absolutely drenched however, so lucky we did it early as we had the rest of the day to dry off. We walked through Jurassic Park World and got some tourist photos of Squirrels and the fake dino’s around the place. We headed to the roller coasters in Harry Potter world, however I got ...
Crikey it's been awhile. We don’t really remember much of what happened back when this blog should start. So we are going to make it up ;-p. We rode an elephant from Biltmore to Charleston and our car was delivered by flying carpet. It was magical. The end.
Alright, we’ll try and think of something more truthful. We had a friend of a friend to stay with (Amy) in Charleston which was excellent. We spent two nights there, eating delicious bbq ...
... cool when it first came out but now it's totally old school. So once we realised we could easily get around everything without rushing we enjoyed meandering through the town streets with their amazing details. It was almost by accident that we stumbled on the astonishing world of Harry Potter. We walked past a row of buildings that feature in the books - King's Cross station, Leicester Street tube station, and Grimold Place - a row ...
... Day. So, off and running we started with Shrek 4D - thing spits at you. I went off to the Lucille Ball tribute - number one in my comedic trifecta: Lucy, Carol and Ellen. I took a picture of Lucy as Harpo Marx ... growing up I LOVED the Marx Brothers, especially Harpo. To me they were just plain fun. Saturday mornings consisted of watching the Bowery Boys, Marx Brothers and Johnny Weismuller as Tarzan. Cartoons be damned, I always preferred classic movies... especially ...
... that allow me to live the life I do now. One where I am no longer too shy to approach a stranger and have a conversation. To lose things, people, places, and ideas once dear to me. To not be afraid to say "no" to things that will deviate me from the path I want to achieve, even if it means making sacrifices for some time. I've become comfortable with the uncomfortable.
Probably the most ...