Homestead Studio Suites - Orlando - Altamonte Springs
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... who Marie is, she is the adorable white cat from Aristocats. Both Nancy and Michele adore her, and since they were both at WDW together, we thought it was a perfect time for a photo with the three of them. We weren't at the Magic Kingdom for too long after the photo was taken. We did stop for a frozen orangeade slush cup on our way out, as we had several snack credits to use up and hadn't tried that flavour before. It was quite yummy and not as sweet as the strawberry ...
... Internet on my phone. The weather also changed from fully sunshine to rain. And then, we boarded the plane.
On that day, July 25, the places were taking off to the south. We took off from the runway that's second from the west. We flew over the south Orlando neighborhoods and took a right turn. Suddenly, I could see all the airport from the window. We started climbing and when we got over Orlando executive airport, we were quite high ...
... to strangle her. Interesting stares from people we meet. We will be meeting Jen and Mario today. They are here for a convention. Our campsite is on the plush side. Pool, dog run, pavers, and a social director. Many of our neighbors are here for the season. They even have Bingo. The weather yesterday was 75 and sun. Very pleasant. See the pictures of St Augustine below. On the road, ...
... of a special effects show, Twister had us standing in a massive room that doubled as a small town in the path of an oncoming tornado. Things exploded, everything shook (including the ground we were standing on and the roof above us), cars flew across the room, torrential rain showered the audience, and things caught on fire. It was mighty impressive and we all left with a huge smile on our face.
From there we walked along the streets of "New York" ...
... pair especially for the kids does come in handy and may be extra Tees for the adults. Also remember it rains frequently during summer and you are better off carrying a Poncho of your own than by one from the park. Its flimsy and overcharged for.
- Sun Protection: Do not forget the Eyewear (Grab contact lenses and Sun glasses if you have poor eyesight like me), Caps is another must have. Needless to say you will need a sport sunscreen. You do get some water ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed