Extended Stay America - Orlando - Maitland - 1760 Pembrook Dr.
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... and there was annoying family taking pointless pictures of dark caves and communicating via walkie talkies like utter nobbers. Went boating rounds hundreds of tiny little islands and hung out with some monkeys, before going down to the island of Omnetepe which was huge but didn’t stop me cycling round the entire length of it and seeing some more waterfalls and volcanoes. Took a night boat over to Rio San Juan, and had a week with some cool people kayaking down the river, ...
... an actual Saturn V rocket, huge doesn't really do it justice. There were also lunar landing modules and moon buggies and tons of other things. I was totally amazed at how much some of these things look as though they have been built out of toilet roll tubes and alfoil, they were pretty much up there with some of the things I've seen come off the construction table in a kindy classroom. Next time your kids bring home something they have made don't just throw it out when ...
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After dropping us at the Magic Kingdom, John and Matt headed to downtown Orlando and the Amway Centre to watch the Orlando Magic play the Minnesota Timberwolves, one of them will have to fill in all the details on this, all I know is that Orlando won, the stadium was amazing and their seats were fantastic, they certainly seemed to enjoy the experience, happy days.
... amount of toys we're
hauling back is ridiculous.
The main thing is to do your research. You can find out about all sorts of cool stuff that you might not otherwise have known about. It's how we found out about the pirate make-over. I saw people trying to make reservations the day we were there as they discovered it, but they were turned away because there were no openings. We also found out about the Jedi training by doing a little research ahead of time, and again, ...
... Caesar salad, three beers, and one brownie with a scoop of ice cream was $65!
Following lunch we entered the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. The first ride was Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey. This ride did not have an express lane, so we ended up in quite a long line. The ended up being my other favorite ride. It was not 3D, but other than that it was a similar motion ride to the Spiderman ride. It was very enjoyable.