Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Orlando - International Drive
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... you have to calculate each journey price based on destination and time of day (all the others so far have had a fixed single ride rate) but in others it is really good. It seems no one really uses it so it's always virtually empty meaning you can always get a seat (which are padded leather) and the subway stop right at the airport without any transfers is really good.
Anyway...what goes north to ...
... never have enough!) and went on another ridiculous walk over the top of it all, before hitting the most impressive Mayan ruins in Mexico (Palenque). Spent Christmas in the colonial town of San Christobal making some friends in the small cosy hostel where got smashed, ate Korean Curry, drank more, got a Piñata and spent Christmas dancing on the balcony before treating myself to a steak as I could not find a Turkey! More waterfalls and multicoloured lakes later, headed ...
... straight to bed!
We got up leisurely today, got ready and went for brunch before Megan started work! En route she dropped me off at the shopping outlets for a whole 10 hours of shopping!! There were plenty of shops to keep me going and I got on well buying new clothes for New York (as instructed by mum), got some warm jumpers, a couple of pairs of jeans, a new jacket and a new bag, most things had Black Friday discounts on them which was even ...
... visa, housing, and my final exams. -_____- Once those are over, I’ll focus more on France, which I predict will make it all the more scarier. And hopefully my posts will be less dry, cause I will admit, this post is quite boring at the moment ...
... plants to keep it open year round and so it is today. See the photos....
Thursday we headed in the other direction, to the southeast and the Mt Pleasant area, the Isle of Palms, and in particular on Sullivans Island, Fort Moultrie which is a fort at the entrance to the Charleston harbour. It dates back to the 1776 when it was "Seacoast Defence". The old cannons of various sizes and ages are displayed, the biggest ones called 15 inch Rodman ...