Clarion Inn & Suites At International Drive
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... our table with our meals in a beautiful glass case. Wow! And once again, Disney went over the top with the desserts. So good!
After lunch, we went back over to Adventure Land to go see Jack Sparrow. The Pirates of the Caribbean ride good. It was more of a sit and watch ride, then an excitement ride. The characters and details were amazing, yet again!
Walking through Adventure Land we saw Jasmine and Aladdin. ...
... at the same time, so we went to Manuel Antonio National Park together, which while touristy, was mega dapper! Lagoons, amazing beaches and wildlife like sloths, iguanas and monkeys just chilling around – was one that was worth entrance price! Went to Uvita to try see some whales (didn’t) but it acted as a stop off to Cerro Chirripo – a challenging mountain hike – which whilst challenging wasn’t enjoyable in the slightest. You had to reserve places to ...
... for Disney and photo connect for universal, who cares if some of your ride photos don't show you at your best, you can still have them all, quite possibly the best $150 I spent. Take your princess to the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique. Drink Butterbeer. Ride Shiekra even if you are terrified. Get to the Magic Kingdom for rope drop, the opening ceremony will get you right into the Disney mood, stay for the fireworks, you will probably cry, see the ...
Waiting until the late hours of Saturday night for the Davis' to arrive in Orlando, I quickly jumped online and linked their new Disney World passes to ours and selected the fast passes for our visit to Disney World's Hollywood Studios.
Having been there many times before, we were veterans of the park and excited to show our friends what the hype is about.
We couldn't get the fast pass to the most popular ride in Toy Story so to ensure a turn ...
... the Magic Kingdom, Fantasyland. As we knew wait times for anything new can get up to 2 hours, we raced towards the newest attraction based on my favourite Disney film of all time, the Little Mermaid. The ride recreates the movie with amazing animatronics and digital effects and includes all my favourite songs including "Under the Sea" and "Kiss the Girl", I was in my element! Next door to this was the newly opened Enchanted Tales ...