Extended Stay America - Orlando - Maitland - Pembrook Drive
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of, well, let’s just say, unhappy moments. Thankfully, we were able to move past them, and continue having fun together as a family. Phew! ;)
For dinner, we went to the Animal Kingdom Lodge. Did you know that they have their own savanna in the middle of their resort?!? Giraffes, zebras, etc. Amazing! We ate dinner at Sanaa, an African inspired restaurant. Our table was right beside ...
After shivering my way through the freezing cold overnight bus I arrived in Orlando, Florida. I had my second couch surfing experience here. A guy the same age as me called Nathanael (Nate). He was kind enough to pick me up from the bus stop on his lunch break and drop me back at his apartment where I took a nap until he finished work! In the evening he introduced me to Sam, his girlfriend and a friend of theirs. We grabbed some Mexican food and had a little wonder around the ...
... 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 ...
... a endless super deep turquoise lake in one of the largest and most scenic volcanic craters in the world (nope, none of this stuff ever gets old!) After that, I saved the best to last and took a flight to the Galapagos, where I spent 10 days scuba diving and snorkeling with giant turtles, hammerhead sharks, and penguins, climbing more volcanoes, walking around and relaxing on the beach with sealions and marine iguanas and generally being in complete awe of my surroundings. I will ...
... everything down on paper (well, Microsoft word), as a sort of
gift for Mum, Dad, Gemma and for Will, but also for myself so that this week and a half can almost be re-lived by reading my words.
Friday 21st March I found myself on the way to the airport, after telling them all I was working, trying to start the holiday off with a surprise. A heart-warming, tear-jerking reunion in the airport when they arrived at ...