Goldstar Inn & Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... Jag and we both had test drives. Wonderfully smooth!
Elaine kindly had us for dinner - wonderful cod and salad and chips - and we ate under the lanai next to the pool with the fountain running. It was magical. Wileys have bird feeders in their gardens and I felt like I was in Canada as there were Cardinals and Blue Jays!
It was nearly 11 p.m. when we decided to stop talking and we both slept very well although I heard rain ...
... we wandered around and went to the Lego store, Ryan loved it! Then headed to the christmas store were I got a Mickey Ornament with 2014 on it for our tree. Then we went to the world of Disney store where I brought a Mickey Mouse head cake mould and cookie cutter. Look out everyone Mickey treats will be coming your way! We had an early night as we were still tired from our big road trip the day before and tomorrow we are headed to the next Disney Park- Animal ...
... quickly. With our body clocks both being on UK time we woke up about 5.15. At 7am we all meet in the hotel lobby looking very bleary eyed, we sign in and get told a bus will pick us up at 8. So we wandered around taking pictures of the hotel (I'm no longer an All Star snob, the theming was really cute) then a huge group of us got on the bus to Disney University! We were half Fantasy and half Dream so most of the bus ride was trying to figure out who was ...
... took the older 3. Rorke and I watched a Dora street show and he had a picture with her. Was pretty amusing as they had to get security around us as we were the last photo and there was a very unhappy vocal father that just wouldn't take no for an answer. We then went to see if we could go on E.T. but the queue was too long. We met up with the rest of them and headed back to the Ripride Rocket but even the single ...
... man. After the tour I hopped on a monorail to Epcot to meet the family and have a Japanese lunch at Tokyo dining. We pretty much all went for the tempura chicken and shrimp combo, which was beautifully presented and tasted good but was somehow slightly unfulfilling (you kind of knew you'd be hungry again later) but an enjoyable experience nonetheless. The rest of the day was spent enjoying a selection of Epcot fun until it was time for tired children to flop from bus to ...