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TravelPod Member ReviewsHilton Orlando
Everything about this hotel is fantastic ~ except for the front desk staff & concierge staff. The pool staff ~ fantastic. The pool ~ fantastic. The rates ~ fantastic. The location ~ fantastic. I think I've gotten my 50 word minimum in now... and a lot of "fantastics" too! ;~)
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... as it is the most popular. The first ride was called dragon race, and was a quick twisting turning flying roller coaster which was a real good laugh. The next was a 3D roller that went through their Hogwarts reconstruction, which we had to queue a hour for! This ride was quite new and the effects on it were unreal, but slightly too mental for me, as after the first screen I was feeling as sick as a dog! The motion sickness got to me, and although I could ...
... member to write a message in their language. The countries are also where the characters hang out, so there was a lot of stopping and waiting. We manged to get through Mexica, Canada, United Kingdom and France, with a peek at Norway, where the wait to meet Elsa and Anna (Frozen princesses) was up to 3 hours!! Needless to say, we didn't meet them.
We got home late, and the kids crashed right away, excited for the next day of exploring the Magic Kingdom.
... on the Big Thunder Mountain Railroad and Space Mountain, both rollercoasters. After the Aerosmith rollercoaster yesterday I opted for more passive rides. We booked Pirates of the Caribbean, Haunted Mansion and Jungle Cruise. The girls went on Big Thunder Mountain Railroad and we tried the Pirates of the Caribbean however, it was closed for maintenance and stayed this way the whole time we were there. This was quite a disappointment.
Magic Kingdom is ...
... cruise going, knew everything about everything and, worst of all, tried to be "helpful". I do hate that.
Eventually, the bus, which took ages to arrive because the driver was an idiot, took us to the port and we went through the extruciatingly slow process of immigration, customs and security. We then had to go to check in, and we were served by Kathryn who was in training, or as Disney put it "earning her ears". She floundered around on her computer screen ...
... We also managed to buy some clothes so all in all, a successful trip.
We had caught a bug in Belize (possibly from the rice) which left us feeling pretty grotty most of the week. Although we were grateful that we could still visit the theme parks, Shane in particular was gutted that he couldn't make the most of the huge American sized portions of artery blocking food! ...