Hampton Inn Orlando International Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... can it be? First our boarding passes print, then our luggage tags. Two checked bags and a stroller. Stick the tags on and go....ugh. Or do it our way....Jay was trying to read directions while keeping an eye on an excited, talkative toddler. I was just reading directions...and chuckling a bit as I listened to him struggle to multi-task. I've got it...mine is on. Now to help him (yes, still just trying to get the luggage tags on the bags...lol). Oh my...he really ...
... that they were not making any appointments that day. What shoes were left, were being offered on a first come, first served basis!
I jumped into my car and headed over to The Art of Animation Resort where Ann and the gals were staying, to pick her up, then headed over to the now familiar Health and Fitness Expo. Upon arrival, we noted that we were in the auxiliary parking lot and there were hundreds of people exiting and entering the Expo (most leaving ...
... do take place. Denise and I got lightheaded at some point - I guess we were short on oxygen!
Towards the end of my time in the Springs, we visited the Glen Eyrie castle, an English Tudor-style castle built by General William Jackson Palmer, the founder of Colorado Springs. Tanya, Ashley, Jamie and I went on the "Creation Tour," a tour of the Glen Eyrie and a closer look on how the rock formations of Colorado are a living proof of the flood described in the Book ...
Today we went to Walmart which is just like ASDA except a lot bigger. We bought a lot of food I mean a lot. Later on that evening we went to a Disney park called magic kingdom there we caught the tram and then went on a ferry to get to the castle. We watched a parade then watched the fire works which were amazing. My favourite part was watching Tinker Bell go through the air by zip ...
... right away, which has been fun. Speed events have been tough, but I think Bryn is starting to get her sea legs regarding the competition, getting her nerves under control, and getting over the jet lag. It's only a 3-hour time difference, but we are getting up at 5:45a to shower and French braid her hair to be ready to meet the team at 6:30a. It seems so surreal, but everyone else around here is doing the same thing, so it seems like ...