Extended Stay America - Orlando - Southpark - Equity Row
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- Pets allowed
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... br> So, we parted company, Keith going to see the movie and I to walk around Downtown Disney. I had to get some lunch, but didn’t want a lot because I knew dinner was going to be extensive. I ate at Fulton’s Crab House and had a soup and salad combo of corn and crab chowder and a house salad. Both were very good and just the right amount.
I took my time walking through the stores. I looked at the Lego creations, went into the Ghirardelli store and just looked ...
... had gallantly appeared from a doorway - cue prince charming - ready and able to assist her. However, those Brits are ********es and know rain as well as we Vancouverites. She was up and away in almost as quick a blink as she went down. I suspect she is very soar today however poor puppet.
The walk Around the World at Epcot wears one's feet quickly and so the rides and themed areas beg a visit. We had three fast passes and wouldn't you know it, our first one was never used. The ...
... not more tappety tapping, please.
"And what was it you wanted?" She asked
"Where did you want it?"
"At the quiet pool"
"Hmm," she furrowed her brow. "I'm not sure we've got one of those"
"It's the bleeding round one right by the lake you stupid mare!'' I didn't say.
"And how many people is it for?"
"Six." Yes I know there are seven of us but I also know the maximum number of people these cabanas are designed for is six. I just ...
... it was really interesting chatting to her).
Still somewhat tired we headed for our beds hoping for a better sleep and knowing we had an early start with a long day to follow.
Outside there was a lightening storm & I watched it from my balcony, it was spectacular and I vainly attempted to capture some of it on film. Flash after flash and lots of forked lightening, but didn't hear a single clap of thunder and no rain.
... was a Contiki optional).
The bus did a drop off to Disney world first, then took us around to the coach drop at universal studios. We had to walk to the entrance via the city walk, but we got to the entrance, got our
tickets from the tour manager then walked around to the entrance to the islands of adventure. There was a small group of us that decided to get fast passes, so we could see as much as possible. Our tickets were for both parks, so we wanted to ...