Extended Stay America - Orlando - Maitland - Summit
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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I’ll try and pick out just a few of the highlights. EPCOT (Electronic Prototype City Of Tomorrow), and every night they have one of the most spectacular fireworks from a small island and surrounding barges right on the lake. So besides the actual fireworks themselves, you get the reflections of them of the water as well. While this is all going on, wonderful music is ...
... However Disney does it better!
Kids - "Fun day for roller coasters!". Jungle Gym was awesome, it was very well done and the kids loved it. Our youngest loved the Cheetah roller coaster it was a big hit with him. Equally the squirrels were adored by our Aussie kids.
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... see pictures of the drive-through themed restaurant we ate in the first time, we couldn't afford to repeat that but it was superb.
As I mentioned as soon as we got the bus over to Universal the weather picked up and we enjoyed some sun. Harry Potter land was the part I wanted to see the most so straight there and on the rides before venturing around the rest of the park. It was an incredible place and we loved it. ...
... around through the marshes and saw a nesting crane and a few alligators too. On the downside, as we were at the front we bore the brunt of the bugs so I was scratching all day from the bites; we also spent a long time on the ride brushing millions of insects of us and Boylan's sunglasses brought about the end of quite a few bugs as well! After that, we got to hold a baby alligator that a company had brought along to promote themselves but unfortunately we were banned ...
... direction for 10 minutes and the next 10 mins getting back meant we were a bit later than we would have liked. Still, John headed to Padawan registration like a good Dad, while I headed to guest services to sort out a problem with my memory maker. The line for would be padawans was loooong, so while they lined up we filled in time at the hat shop next door. Eventually someone had the bright idea to count the number of kids in line and told John that the ...