DoubleTree by Hilton Orlando Downtown
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Our flight from NY to Orlando was just under 3 hours. Collected hire car and once we worked out how to set the seat, where the indicators were and how to program Tom we set off for our overnight hotel. 15 minutes of driving and we were there. We booked one night at the Doubletree by Hilton which will be the hotel we will stay in after our cruise. …
... climbing the fence! Second story-man in office hears clicking noise in corridor, goes to see what it is, is an alligator making its way along the corridor. Third story-employees are asked to check under their cars before driving off to ensure no alligators are there so they don't run over the alligators!
immaculately kept grounds with gorgeous plants and shrubs ...
... bad weather forecasts and they keep mentioning how cold it is for the time of year here in Florida Well there is a cold wind this morning but there seems to be a cold wind every morning and the skies are blue. So far we have had almost perfect weather, it rained late one afternoon and we got soaked but on the bright side it washed all the salt off the bike that it was coated in from the ride to the freight ...
Epcot is the second of four theme parks built at Walt Disney World in Bay Lake, Florida, near Orlando, Florida. It opened as EPCOT Center on October 1, 1982, and spans 300 acres (120 ha), more than twice the size of the Magic Kingdom park. It is dedicated to the celebration of human achievement, namely technological innovation and international culture, and is often referred to as ...
... spaces, and it has the atmosphere of Waterloo Station at rush hour but with extra added screaming kids and fraught parents wielding dangerous and vicious baby buggies.
The meal was ok, but you can see the staff struggling to keep their Disney faces in place.
I had thought we might still stay at the Polynesian on a future visit, but I've changed my mind. It'll be the Beach Club or the Port Orleans Riverside resorts when (if?) we ever come ...