Hampton Inn & Suites Orlando - John Young Pkwy / S Park
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We woke up after a nice long and restful sleep around 8am. We don't bother showering and just change and head down for breakfast and coffee. We weren’t in a rush today because its Saturday and we didn’t want to go Universal Studios for our second day on a weekend due to crowds. So we had this day off to do whatever we wanted. The buffet was different today and offered different selections.
We decided to head out for a walk around 11am and see ...
... to 65mph. Liz did not like it (mainly because she got whiplash from Space Mountain the other day and it was sore trying to stop her head from moving), but Alex was well enough at this stage that she loved it!
Sunday was a miserable day. We drove for well over 1000km from Orlando to New Orleans. It was particularly cruel because we hadn’t realised that our GPS had changed time zones, so we thought we had less than an hour to go, but turns out we ...
... to Disney's Magic Kingdom and watch the closing show.
None of this went to plan.
We spent the day at Hollywood Studios. Ironically we did exactly the same two years ago. Seems we love this park and it is a favourite for all of us.
We again did the Buzz Lightyear Ride, Star Tours (3 times) and Twilight Zone Tower of Terror. We also watched the stunt show which ...
... of the characters. We then ran straight to the back of the park to 'frontier land' to try and get on some rides before the lines got too big. Frontier land is based on the old west and was full of saloons and wooden architecture. Some of the rides here included a western roller coaster and a log ride which ended up with you getting quite wet at the end. We then headed to 'tomorrow land' which was the futuristic part of the park. The rides here included a car racing ride, a buzz ...
... park opened at 8:00 am, which is when we entered. It seems all of Orlando had the same idea because the line when we arrived there was 220 minutes!after a short debate, we left the line and Cara and Bailey behind. The single rider line opened and they managed to jump in it and moved along a bit faster. It probably took them about 45 minutes. The rest of us took the Hogwarts express over to Islands ...