Fairfield Inn & Suites Orlando at Seaworld
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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We left the hotel on time at 11am. We were sorry to leave as we had a great week here, pool beach and staff were top notch.
We decided to make our way straight to Orlando, With the weather looking changeable we decided it would be better if we were near the airport just in case anything happened, well it did happen.... Just as we left Tampa the skies darkened, the rain started falling hard and all he'll let loose on us.
We travelled ...
We made the short hop from Universal to Disney. Spent the afternoon by the pool until the storm started, but luckily our room was ready at the same time.
First Disney Park was Hollywood studios for Rock n Roller Coaster and Star Tours. Most people came off the Rock & Roller Coaster whooping, but our 3 looked like they had just been beaten up. Think they enjoyed it.
Close by, we ate at Backlot Express (same old stuff, chicken tenders with fries, about as healthy as it gets in the theme parks without having to book a table at a swanky restaurant and pay through the roof!). From here, we walked around Echo Lake, back to the park entrance, where we waited for the next bus to take us to Animal Kingdom.
Disney's Animal Kingdom
We arrived at Disney's Animal Kingdom at around 1pm, right on schedule. As you can probably ...
... starting with Adventureland. We cruised through the jungle and embarked on a voyage to when pirates ruled the seas.
Next stop was Frontierland. We went for a ride on Splash Mountain (similar to Wild Wild West in the GC).. we got drenched! My butt was wet majority of the day. Afterward we went on a runaway train through an old gold mining town - The Big Thunder Mountain Railroad.
By this time it was after 12pm! ...
... and got some fresh air.
We took off for Orlando and the captain gave us a few interesting statistics; we had consumed 85,270 gallons of fuel, flown 69 hours and 30 minutes, been on 6 continents, consumed 264 gallons of water, drank 110 gallons of booze, and the flight attendants had walked 230KM or about 138 miles on the plane. He invited anyone who was interested to come to the flight deck on this leg.
We had a delicious ...