Howard Johnson Inn - Winter Haven
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... we spent there. The first morning was about 10 degrees celsius when we dropped the girls at the park entrance. As a result they were cold all day but the park was half empty and there was little to no wait for the rides. While they had their fun Jess and I headed to a place called Orlando Premium Outlets. The first hour it was like a ghost town because nothing opened until 10. But after that it filled up with all nations. People from all over the world walking ...
... in the standby line, so we jumped on that line. It is still a fun ride after all these years.
Next we headed over to Rock "n" Roller Coaster. I had forgotten how fast this ride goes in almost total darkness until I saw the cars you ride in. DM opted out, and it was a wise decision. I almost lost my glasses and my stomach was queezzzy for an hour after.
I needed a "time ...
... this area because although it suggested the recommended age was 3-5 it was more appropriate for 2 year olds. So next stop was Chema. We were warned that on a particular ride we would be drenched, and we saw huge drying machines for $5 a go but thought they must be exaggerating. They weren't. We were drenched on these little boats that float towards a shower or water pouring onto us. My denim shorts were so heavy and took ages to dry. I wanted to go on a ...
A little bit after we went to a roller coster called Flying School. This one was one where your feet dangle. We are thrown all over the place. That was my second favorite ride. After we sat down and enjoyed 2 slushies. After that we went on a ride we call the mousey. It jerked left and right before the moment we fell off the side. We finished up and went to our ...
... division, including men. They would have a pitch off. Before that took place, she pitched to Louise in the home run derby. On the last pitch to Louise, Louise drilled a line drive back at her, hitting her in both knees! It was wicked.
She then iced both knees, then limped over for her turn in the pitch off. A girl had gone before her and again put one in. Angie took her turn, and proceeded to put the very first one in! She then put two more in ...