Howard Johnson Plaza Altamonte Springs Orlando North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... We tried our best tonight not to fall into the same trap but in all honesty with full double strength martinis at 4$ a glass, and plates of sushi at about the same, (8 pieces) it was hard.... I had 3 martinis.... and they were fabulous. Dinner was also fantastic. We had the basic steaks which were £20 including salad entrée, bread, vegetables. The steak was massive. Very thick and about 20 oz of meat. Cooked perfectly. ...
... bad, it was just a ride that went up and drop down a little bit a few times, how bad could that be??? Well, pretty scary it turns out!!! The queue section before getting on was great - an old-fashioned hotel and lots of creepy special effects to set the mood. The ride car itself is just 3 rows of seats of staggered heights so that everyone gets a good view. After going up a little bit, there is a short ride forward and then the real fun begins. You shoot up, ...
... mix of apple juice,
marshmallow and passion fruit syrup frozen. It was like a better quality, tasty slush
puppy. I was eventually converted, although I had a brain freeze downing it like
a fresher. I’m just too wild. Some have alcohol, I have apple juice. A must see
was the Carousel of Progress, a kind of back to the future style take on the
future. It showed the technological advancements, kicking off in the 1920s with
a hen pecked husband and ...
... villains who have stolen the Statue of Liberty. We skipped the water rides where people where coming out saturated (they do have people dryers you can use for $5) After a full lap, we headed back to Harry Potter world to catch the train to Universal Studios. This in itself was a great ride and made you feel like you were actually on the school train heading back to London, passing through the British countryside with the characters from the moving roaming around outside ...
... impressive. It started raining at about 11 and didn't really stop for the rest of the day. This did mean that the park was quite empty, so we didn't have to queue for long on any of the rides, but after the water rides (where you get absolutely drenched!) we didn't dry off all day. I was suffering the effects of drinking quite a lot of water through the day at just the wrong time: we had to queue for a while for the log flume, then I held up the ride when I couldn't get in ...