Hampton Inn & Suites Orlando International Drive North
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... the Harry Potter experience are extraordinary. For the remainder of our time there Jane, the daredevil in our family, rode the rollercoasters whilst I, the sane one, enjoyed the sunshine.
So that's pretty much it. We check out of our hotel tomorrow and our flight is around 7pm.
We've had a great time. A few other random comments:
The weather generally has been excellent. We had the couple of really cold days when we arrived, a ...
... no clothing clean at all and the rest of us were running vey low again. Our walking boots and socks are on the balcony until we can wish them, the smell is too much in the room and the socks can walk on their own!! Dinner at a seafood restaurant Booked Universal theme parks for next 3 days so hopefully queues aren't too bad given the weather looks pretty good (it's rained here the past couple of ...
Today we are flying to Orlando unfortunately we have to get up early again but this time it's 5:00 we have to wake up at so it's not that bad. We are going straight from the airport to Lego land. There are roller coasters every where, it is really fun. We bought a Lego each and constructed it. It was a tree chopper Lego. We had a really good fun ...
... up at the end so I had Boylan in stitches as he watched me accelerate out of the end of the tube and land about 3 feet off the end of the slide! In the evening we just dried off and went for some food at the bar up the road before heading back to the hotel for an early night. We're off to Washington tomorrow which will be good fun, and the weather even looks like it's going to be good up there too! I'll update you all when I can- probably when I'm on the way to Philadelphia on ...
... further and realised that there was a red carpet laid out for us and behind railings were people pretending to be fans. They were all shouting and cheering, taking photos of us and asking for our autographs whilst holding banners saying 'nurses rock' and 'magnet nurses rule' etc. It was really surreal and felt quite strange. We proceeded further into the park and were met by lines and lines of people all dancing to what can only be described as a modern day equivalent of the Macarena. ...