Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Orlando - International Drive
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... to wait long. We had breakfast included for 2 of our days , at the leaky cauldron and at the three broomsticks, both were very good. I was happily surprised. If you ate your meals in the park it was a little pricey. However we went back to our room and rested the hottest part of the day. And had lunch at the hotel it was good ...
... Both were good as we saw penguins, beluga whales, walrus and a few other creatures.
Tom had organised a Behind the Scenes tour which was very interesting as Sea World does a huge amount to protect and preserve thousands of sea creatures. A highlight was getting up close to a penguin - hopefully photo attached.
Around 12:30 the Manta roller coaster opened so Jane was straight on and allegedly enjoyed it!
It it was ...
... Kaleb and Kylee loved the animated dinosaurs. While waiting for our lunch we took Kylee to the build your own dinosaur. I had a flashback to five years ago when Kaleb at seven years old was stuffing a dinosaur. Kylee loved it and decided to put in two hearts to her dinosaur rather than one. When she finished stuffing, we gave it a bath, birth certificate and paid for it. After lunch, we headed back to the Disney Euphoria and purchased ...
... of red, yellow and blue; a sight which photos would do no justice. A fluffy cloud blanket hugged the mountain range and as the sun was rising, the blanket slowly rose up and disappeared into the heavens. The evenings were cool, the mornings were dry, and the afternoons were perfectly hot yet comfortable for a picnic at noon...
The drive to the office was always peaceful. Every morning I jammed to Michael Jackson, John Mayer, Colbie Caillat and even Imagine ...
... the other for Anna and Elsa (from Frozen). Well, you can guess which was longer. The queue for Cinderella was around 15mins compared to a 75min wait for Anna and Elsa!! No thank you! But, I grew up with Cinderella, so I think I would've chosen her anyway. Phil was loving it too, I met her first, it was weird because it was an actual person rather than a costume. She was lovely though and asked if Phil was my 'Prince Charming'. We had photos taken with her and also with ...