Extended Stay America - Orlando - Maitland - 1760 Pembrook Dr.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Second choice would be to stay at the Yacht Club, Beach Club or the Boardwalk hotels which allow you to walk to Epcot or Hollywood Studios. All the other resorts rely on the bus service which in my opinion is not ideal. The Wilderness Lodge is also a lovely hotel and has boat service to the Magic Kingdom but it's almost as much money as the others . The other Disney hotels are a long way from most of the park and are very pricey for ...
... arguing. Disney is a lot of fun but it can certainly be stressful and overwhelming even for the littlest of travelers.
Did you know that Disney has a Disney Experience App for your phone where you can order your fast passes, see the wait times on all of the rides and see your current location? It was amazing!! I am terrible with maps so knowing exactly where I am and what route to take to the next ride was a lifesaver. They should add that to the Carousel of ...
... digest so Rosie and I hunted Universal for reasonably priced jumpers. Not possible it seems. We wanted the Harry Potter school jumpers or the Quidditch sweaters but they were over $100 each! She almost got a Large Children’s Bart Simpson hoodie but by the time we got there the sun had come out and it was warming up! Typical! The Mummy ride confirmed that I can no longer handle any sort of rollercoaster except Space Mountain, so Hayley ...
I had a terrible argument with my feet this morning. They were protesting relentlessly until I explained that there are SIX parks on this trip and therefore they must be patient with me. It seemed they would calm down for some time and off and on, like a child, protest with an aching "are we there yet?" Well, 8.33 miles and 19,069 steps later - we are home. My feet continue to protest so I imagine this will be brief! I have however reassured my lovely feet that tomorrow will be ...
... off to get there to see it.
The sky had clouded over a bit by now and it was a bit cooler. We got to the circle where the parade goes around at about 2.58. Marie stayed up on the bridge and I managed to get a good spot one row back from the road with only a little girl and her short grandmother and some seated teenagers between me and the action. At exactly 3pm it began to rain a little. The parade started at 3.02 and by 3.05 it was raining ...