Fairfield Inn & Suites Orlando at Seaworld
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Because of the weather we decided not to drive any longer the beach alond, instead we took the short cut to orlando, where we booked 3 nights at the fairfield inn & suites near seaworld. Seeworld was still on our bucketlist. We arrived at the hotel in the afternoon and we spent the rest of the day shopping at the florida mall.
(I'll get this finished soon!) Mission Space made us ill! Space Mountain was great! Test Track was fun. The tequila in Mexico was yummy and so was the beer in Germany! The kids had fun with devices and finding clues with Perry. The Illuminations night-time show wasn't that ...
... along the way. There were basically no queues all day either so that was nice. The Twister experience is seriously cheesy and outdated, but a laugh all the same. Disaster was much more impressive, a mini movie made by each group that goes round. We had lunch in Finnegan’s Irish grill, a little concerned by their version of corned beef, but the cod and chips, and scotch eggs I had were yummy. We wanted to go on the Mummy ride, but thought it best to ...
... to the international attendee session. It was great, I was able to meet healthcare professionals from all over the world and discuss initiatives for health and healthcare improvement. On Monday I went on the forum excursion to Central Florida Zoo. It was an excellent learning experience though I'll admit I was initially dubious about learning anything about healthcare improvement at the zoo. Tuesday was a packed full day of with sessions and presentations from 7.30am til ...
... Swedish girls – ahhhh yeh! Was glad to leave after 9 days and passed through the worlds most dangerous city on my way to Lake Yojoa – a giant lake, where I never actually got to see the lake cause I kept on getting lost. Instead I went to more waterfalls and in a local brewery where I drank them out of beer on the first night. After that I went to Tegucigalpa (third most dangerous city in the world) which was GRIM with a capital GRIM. Felt unsafe just walking round the ...