Hilton Garden Inn Orlando Airport
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... in France. So, we went and rode the Monorail. We took the Epcot monorail to the transportation center, then boarded the one that goes to the Grand Floridian, The Polynesian, The Contemporary, and Magic Kingdom. We then got back on the one going to Epcot to complete the roundtrip. We got back to France for dinner with 5 minutes to spare. We did have to wait about 10 minutes, but it was okay because Stephen had called and we called him back and chatted for a few minutes. We ...
... time period where you an use your fast pass. The rockin' rollercaoster was another rollercaoster in the dark ,and was based on the fact that you got last minute backstage passes to an aerosmith show and had to weave your way around-the traffic to get there. I think this was my most favourite ride in Disneyworld. We then went to join the long queue for the other thrill ride 'hollywood tower of terror'. After lining up for about an hour, we got ...
... victims, er, riders were launched down the "waterfalls" and looked at each other. We agreed we were already wet and what was a bit more water on this sunny, bright, hot, muggy day? So, Marilyn pulled the poncho out of the bag to wrap our gear in (smartest woman I know!) and off we went. Such a nice little ride through the cartoon story with Dudley and Snidely Whiplass fighting over Nell until... out we go and down the falls. Going down the falls is a very wet ...
... on the wristband to the Mickey face on what ever device you are at. Once received all information we walked to our "A Little Mermaid Standard Room" for nine nights with two double beds, passing via Animation Hall (has shops, arcade, eatery, conceirge), "Big Blue Pool" (which has all Finding Nemo Accommodation), through Lion King accommodation area and to Little Mermaid area, which also had a smaller pool.
... don't make it easy. There are no picnic tables, so we usually just found a bench to sit on and eat.
Be prepared, Disney, being
the entrepreneurs they are, stuck a store at the end of each ride that
you had to walk through to get out. So the kids get off a fun ride and
then are bombarded with merchandise that they can buy to commemorate it. This was a huge time waster,
putzing in all the shops after each ride. It's a great marketing ploy, and it ...