Hampton Inn Melbourne-Viera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... If you drive about an hour and a half west from Lake Okeechobee (largest lake in Florida), past the “used cows for sale” sign, you will end up in a small back-water, redneck town called Arcadia. I would generally not recommend a visit to Arcadia unless you are passing through on your way to somewhere else. However, if you are after pygmy hippos, this is the place to be. About 20 minutes south of town and another 10 miles down an unmarked dirt road, you will find ...
... So, now we can say that the Florida Jail Center is the place to go for many wrong reasons. One of them: looking for a men’s restroom. The rest of our day went pretty smoothly. The Space Center was literally out of this world! Ashwin, Aravind and Shravan were very excited as they launched life sized Angry Birds at pigs in the Children’s center. Another thing: Have you ever been through a maze of mirrors? We all went through a Mirror Maze ...
... in Mirebalais is quite different than the "big" city - cargo containers line the city streets - people have turned them into store fronts / houses, etc. - the river that run through the village is filled with people - fishing, bathing, washing clothes, swimming - just cooling down. House's vary - cement block/ thatched roof / tented.
I had conflicting emotions about - are we helping? - can we make a difference? - there just seemed ...
... of the thing is just staggering.
By the time we got back to the tourist centre it was time to hop in the car and drive back to Orlando to check in to the Royal Pacific Hotel at Universal studios. This was a most attractive resort (although not quite up to Disney standards), and after a long day, we were quite content to order a meal from the bar to eat in our rooms and retire for the night. An early start and a visit to Hogwarts awaits us ...
We are now traveling through the epitome of Southern hospitality land, which made itself apparent on quite a few different occasions, but most commonly in restaurants and cafes when complete strangers overheard our “foreign accent” and quite unabashedly asked where we were from. Then they show that incomparable southern smile and show us that genuine Southern congeniality with a ...