Hilton Orlando Altamonte Springs
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
- Room service
- Concierge desk
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We had to get up early again this morning to get to Magic Kingdom by 8am,we had breakfast downstairs before we got the bus to the theme park. It was much colder today & rained later in the morning but did eventually stop, the first ride we did was the seven dwarfs which was a roller coaster,we went to the Presidents Hall which showed all the presidents that have been in the ...
... a rotation
so everyone gets a turn. And it also means Amy and Nathan can sleep in a bed peacefully together with no ninja children kicking them in the ribs all night. The balcony view is perfect too.
We headed down to the Mara for a tasty breakfast bite to eat and to test out the magic bands for the meal plan and to get the refillable mugs. It was then time to head to ...
... home at around 7:30 and had already been on many rides because the queues were not too bad. These are some of the heavy duty experiences enjoyed today in this fabulous park of rides and entertainment. 'It's a small world', 'Pirates of the Caribbean', 'Splash Mountain', 'The Magic Carpets of Aladdin', 'Swiss Family Treehouse', 'Big Thunder Mountain Railroad', Mickey's PhilharMagic', 'Enchanted Tales with Belle', 'Space Mountain' and more that I can't remember. ...
... It was really good, but could definitely do with a bit of sealant between the joins along the length of the slide because you do feel slightly grated when you get off! There are also lots of slides that you ride as a pair on double rings here at aquatica which is really good as Owen and I could do them together. This usually consisted of me screaming and cursing at the rear while Owen laughs his head ...
... at the same time, so we went to Manuel Antonio National Park together, which while touristy, was mega dapper! Lagoons, amazing beaches and wildlife like sloths, iguanas and monkeys just chilling around – was one that was worth entrance price! Went to Uvita to try see some whales (didn’t) but it acted as a stop off to Cerro Chirripo – a challenging mountain hike – which whilst challenging wasn’t enjoyable in the slightest. You had to reserve places to ...