Extended Stay America - Orlando - Universal Studios - Vineland Rd.
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... the next day in a determined sulk with my guide, thinking I could have done this by myself! Still saw a lot of animals including my first aaaaaaaarmadillo. Wanted to stay longer and do more – but time and money issues, so once again ignored the common sense option and travelled 10 hours out my way to see another volcano, only to get there and see a cloud – NOT IMPRESSED! After that, went to a beach town to party with the locals over the easter weekend, and crossed over ...
... that they were just excited about heading to Busch gardens and to the Cheetah ride which they were going on first. The worlds oldest waitress did eventually crack a smile worthy of her tip when she thought that Indie had managed to eat a stack of 5 pancakes, only for it to vanish again when we told her that no, he had only managed 3 and that Dom had helped him out with the last 2.
Onwards to Busch Gardens where entry into the carpark seemed to take an age, John was whinging ...
... line in front of them was the last one and they would be on the standby list, basically this means you turn up to each show and see if someone gets stage fright, then you can take their place, decision was taken that it wasn't worth another hour in line and all ambition to become a jedi were gone in a flash, a bit like our first hour in the park, but that's how it goes.
The disappointment was soon forgotten when we discovered that the walk on line ...
Some surprising new favorites this time were the Monsters, Inc Laugh Floor (with pretty clever audience interaction) and Mickey's PhilharMagic (nostalgic greatest hits 3D mini movie)
We brought sandwiches with us to eat on the run so Mickey Mouse has only gotten $15 for parking out of us today. (3 day total so far - $45 for parking & $10 ...
... and not worrying about if everyone else was having fun. It was amazing! I wish there was something similar in LA, so I could go with my family this Thanksgiving. We made it back to the hotel in the wee hours of the morning and I fell into bed, hoping to get a few hours of sleep before needing to get up for an 8am session the next morning. The fast pace was beginning to catch up with me, and luckily there were only two more days to go. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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