Hampton Inn & Suites Orlando - John Young Pkwy / S Park

Address: 7500 Futures Dr, Orlando, Florida, 32819, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located in the International Drive/Universal/SeaWorld area of Orlando, is near Florida Mall, Funspot Action Park, Pointe*Orlando, and Makahiki Luau - SeaWorld's Polynesian Feast and Celebration.
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      Essential Ideas For A Safer Home

      A travel blog entry by pint8flame on Nov 28, 2014

      ... need to store that fit this description. Never depart a spare key exterior your home. Many crooks know of the locations the place folks depart keys. An ideal place to put your spare secret is on your dog's collar. There should not many individuals who will come up to your canine to investigate if it has a key on its collar. Never open the door in case you are not expecting company. All the time look first, whether it's by means of a peephole or by ...

      Yes, we have no Cabanas

      A travel blog entry by jimnunn on Aug 24, 2014

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      Well, we did it. Today (Sunday) we rented a Cabana down by the quiet pool. It cost $100 dollars for four hours, and it was utterly ordinary. Basically it's a tent with four sunbeds, a ceiling fan (a ceiling fan?) a TV (a TV?), a fridge and two white shirted attendants who fuss around in an ineffectual way. Twelve sodas were included and the attendants went and got lunch, but we had to pay for that. Was it worth the money? No. Would I do it again? No.
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      Day 11 - Orlando

      A travel blog entry by jackie_mack on Jun 29, 2014

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      ... effect properly.


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      The Village of the Damned

      A travel blog entry by jimdol on Apr 22, 2014

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      ... is kind of the American equivalent, beautiful white weatherboard 2 story homes, some with attic rooms, all immaculately painted with lawns and gardens immaculately tended, to me it looks like something out of a cheesy American feel good movie, and thus, somewhere I could imagine myself living, with my rose tinted specs and perfect family while sporting a size 10 tennis skirt to show off my amazing tanned legs, and my lean tanned husband opening the door of ...

      The Wonderful World of Disney

      A travel blog entry by caragh.waller on Jan 03, 2014

      4 comments, 17 photos

      ... lands" and their "magical" experiences. Caragh actually went on a roller coaster. That's true magic! Wiping off American overly yellow cheese off each corn chip so kids would eat their nachos for lunch, not so magical. Often it was the smaller, less popular ride or show that surprised us most, due great staff making that extra effort. The jungle boat guide was a stand up comedy act in her own right. How they ...