Baymont Inn and Suites Celebration
Travel Blogs from Celebration
... inner tube ride.It had a couple small drops and turns,but it was quite mild.Everyone liked it ,so we got Fast passes to do it again.The water felt good in the hot sun.
Fun scale: 6
Scare scale: 2
After that we went on Expedition Everest,a roller coaster with lots of turns and drops.I absolutely loved it,Whereas Joey was terrified of it.I would say this ride is for 8+.
Fun scale(for me):10
... to the condo late afternoon in order to get an earlier bedtime.
Rebekah and Joey were the stars of the day. Rebekah wanted to do the Animation Academy (essentially an animation class where you learn how to draw a Disney character) twice, and both times she was given the animator's drawing! We drew Pluto and Tigger. As for Joey, he had been looking forward to the Star Tours ride for months. We all went on it (even me, although I know virtual rides make me queasy), and ...
... jewel in the crown, the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, there are fundamental errors of judgement, such as the terrific, but ridiculously tiny (and thus linetastic) Olivanders wand shop, which compounds this theme park cardinal sin by putting its line out in the open so crowds (for crowds there always are) are either in sun stroke inducing heat or torrential rain! All in all, I did really enjoy my day at Universal but for all it's investment in great rides it just isn't ...
... only for the call to drop out..... We tried with our mobiles and also pay phones.
In a nutshell we weren't in the right area and missed our bus so decided to a hire a car and drive. 350 miles from Miami to Orlando, easy! We both were new to driving in the USA and I am pleased to say we had no dramas and are now safely tucked into bed at the Disney All Star Sports Resort.
Highlight: Not getting lost
P.S. No photos today, not much to ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking