Regal Grand Lakeside Inn
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Travel Blogs from Lakeland
... ride line. It took us so long to snake our way through the crowds only to find the ride had closed for the day. We were all disappointed but there was nothing more we could do. We snaked our way back to the entrance and headed home. What a day. A long day but a really great one. We started the day questioning our decision to buy a two day pass, instead of one, but I think Tom and I were happy we did (Samuel was indifferent but I'm pretty sure Adalia was thrilled ...
... a great job with everything on that "island". We took a short break and had a frozen butter beer. From there, we headed back to ride Spider-Man and then the Hulk, twice. The park was now closed and we headed back to Disney property. Since it was 6 pm and dinner wasn't until 8:30, we had the taxi driver drop us off at Downtown Disney. It's always such a great feeling to be back on under Disney's wing. We got some amazing hot chocolate, even though it was still pretty warm ...
... on Wednesday, with minimal or no wait. (Including Thunder Mountain Railroad, which had been shut down every time we tried to ride it on Wednesday.) A few rides the kids even did twice in a row. (After riding once with each child driving on the Tomorrowland Speedway, I'm glad they're nowhere close to getting their drivers' licenses!) It was fun to feel like we had our run of the park, and all 4 kids fell asleep on the drive home.
... the size of my head and while delicious I could only manage a little over half. Once I reached the Magic Kingdom it was time for me to check in for my tour, pick up my earpiece and spend a few minutes strolling around the wonderful novelty of a near empty Main Street. Soon enough our tour guide Molly assembled our group outside the Main Street Chamber of commerce and began what was to be an extremely enjoyable three hour wander through the life and times of the great man ...
... manatee, we named him Lester, if you can imagine what his name rhymes with, you'll understand. He kept grabbing our arms and legs with his flippers, and he even tried to nibble on my toes! There was one point when he wrapped his flippers around my chest, I was getting a literal manatee hug! We also get to touch them, and they feel a lot rougher than ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking