La Quinta Inn & Suites Lakeland West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... burger and Becky went straight to Hollister! So with one full tummy and one new pair of shorts we went back 'home' and kicked back for an American TV evening. Bay News 9 is my new favourite local news channel! We also heard the sad news about Robin Williams, and the latest on all the unrest in the Middle East, Ukraine and Iraq, all a bit heavy stuff as we turned our thoughts to going to Sea World the next morning. ...
... us so all we could see was the ground below. Then just as we thought we were all going to die, it released us and we plummeted at high speed down to the bottom then up into a stomach churning loop. We were all screaming with joy! Finally we were riding the coasters! We spent the rest of the day doing all the other rides and finished the last one, Montu just as the next storm came in and closed down the rides again. We left Busch Gardens knowing we ...
... Black Jack, and Three Card Poker. As supervisor, Mark can’t give us hints while we play, but he does talk to us afterwards to explain why we played well or not so well. Purser’s Office folks like Jake and Victoria maintain dignity in the face of some pretty nasty people. Our pal Richard, the shops manager, is so efficient and bright. We are able to have coffee with him twice to catch up and to talk about his next step. These ...
... 4D meaning it has sensory features in addition to the 3D film. An example is water spraying at you when a bug spits venom at the audience. They also spray a smelly scent at you when the stink bug *****. On to Tusker House for lunch. Today was a day that we ate and ate and ate. Tusker House is one of our favorite places to eat. It's supposed to feel like an open air market, which it does. They serve African curries, breads, and meats. Below, you can see a picture of ...
... sure enough, we did. They seperate the animals with ditches and they all have their own little areas. I'm still convinced that if a lion wanted to, it would jump right over and nab a zebra on the butt for dinner.
We went up to an area called "Rafiki's Planet Watch" where we saw reptiles, bugs, an animal hospital, met Rafiki himself and saw a teeny, tiny owl. Although I don't like birds, I like owls. And ducks.
It was then time for ...