Hilton Garden Inn Orlando Airport
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... each country to stamp and sign the little book. It was great fun. We also decided to sample different foods from each country that appealed - a big mistake as it turned out because none of us ate a proper lunch, and pretty soon it was dinner time - but as we'd demolished a crepe in France recently, no one was hungry for dinner... And besides, the sound and light show was starting at 9pm - after which Epcot closes. So we ate a funnel cake for dinner ...
... the hall and were met by huge numbers of people snaking back and forth in a long long queue. It was a very daft system because they had installed a whole raft of automatic passport readers and self service booths and these were excellent, far better than ours HOWEVER, you had to queue in a line with everyone else who didn't have a biometric passport for ages before being allowed to split off to use the machines rather than continue ...
... hotel was easy to find. Went to local Publix supermarket to stock up then had dinner at a nice little alfresco pub at the shopping centre. Sunday 15/3 - Orlando. Did a nice little lake cruise today in a very nice suburb called Morse. Walked the Morse shopping district for a while then headed off the Universal studios 'City Walk'. We will go there tomorrow or Tuesday. Very hot today. ...
... I was a sophomore in high school so I am really hoping that I can be in it again. My audition went well, I'm waiting to hear about callbacks and final castings early this week. I really want to be a part of the production and be able to be in rehearsals with all of my friends again.
I also started my internship with the Boston Ballet School. It is about a twenty minute walk from campus, which is definitely a trek especially if the ...
... quite an accomplishment as, for the first time on the holiday so far, we took note of the name and row of where we parked the car! You then get a real feel for the size of the place as we get a tram and then the monorail to get the the park entrance from the car park. Here you get your first glimpse of Disney world in all it's glory. Again, like in universal studios, the attention to detail is amazing! No corners have been cut, and everything ...