Extended Stay America - Orlando - Southpark - Equity Row
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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When you wish upon a star, your dreams come true... a week of dreams coming true you could say. A somewhat sweat-filled week in fact. So you get used to wiping drops from your eyes and feeling those ones running down your back. But then there are moments like this...
Now before I get to what I was going to say, I must first qualify the day as one that was tiring - though only 14,007 (6.12 miles) - we did nap on a planter at one point while waiting for ...
That's the intro to Disney's Magic Kingdom as they open the gates...
Now, it is a well known fact that the most magical place on earth is the Old Course at St Andrews so they obviously are not strong on facts. (according to Matthew of course!)
That aside, day two in the Magic Kingdom began. It was a precision planned affair and no breaks today. The plan was to push on through from 09:00 to 17:00 and get back to the hotel for a swim and a ...
... air conditioning but almost right away we had to watch the creepy twilight zone video with the missing people. Then we got lined up to go to the elevator. Ernie was particularly freaked out which made Owen a bit nervous. We sat in the front row and the ride started pretty fast. We had forgotten about how the ride takes you on a small journey into the twilight zone before it drops you. I had forewarned the boys about how the ride windows open up so they had expected that part. I also ...
... and ate food. Star Wars characters came and we took photos.
We saw an Indiana Jones Stunt Show which showed you how they make movies. We went to Star Tours. It was like you're in a spaceship and it guided us through a Star Wars world.
Beauty and the Beast was an awesome musical.
... th March, and spent the whole day in the actual Universal Studios park. Nothing like riding Rip, Ride, Rock It to the tune of ‘pump it’ by the Black Eyed Peas to wake you up in the morning.. Dad definitely had tears in his eyes after that one. We also did the Mummy, the Animal Actors Show, Disaster, Men in Black, and watched the Blues Brothers perform. Of course we had to eat in the Simpsons land, so we all had these ...