Howard Johnson Inn Orlando International Airport
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... s island and explored. We found an old fort, a windmill and hidden tunnel.
We caught a train around Magic Kingdom.
For tea we had an African buffet which was nice.
Florida Fact: It's stinking hot in Disneyworld in ...
... bought and safely stowed in my locker, ready for use when they finally arrived. And here, today was the day. I had the little white envelopes already prepared in my bag. Told the family we were off to meet Ashley for drinks at House of Blues, as we walked into Downtown Disney West Side towards HOB, I convincingly looked around for Ashley, then said “can’t seem to see her.. anyway here’s your entrance tickets while we ...
So, what can Greg, Rod and the Girls do in Orlando, Florida while Mum and Nanna go souvenir shopping??? GATORLAND of course.
This is another blog that I haven't written as I wasn't there. So just enjoy the pictures!
Gatorland is a ...
... queues was as much fun as rides. Whole place was surreal. Like being inside a movie. Rides left us all gob smacked. Spider-Man Ride is closest thing to flying without a plane. All done in a roller coaster, come simulator, come 3D movie with special effects. Jason laughed like little kid whole way. Enter Hogwarts. Done like the village to the tiniest detail. Drank at Hogwarts Inn, went wand shopping, visited train station. Absolute magic. ...
... bigger the party." Going into Raglan Road from the 'Hole' you pass into the Music Room where you can see antique instruments and take in comfortable seating. As you walk into the Great Hall you see a majestic setting with stained glass windows soaring above. The whole Hall is surrounded by the most beautiful bars in Disney! There is even a small dance stage in the middle of the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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