La Quinta Inn & Suites Orlando UCF
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We arrived back in the states Friday night the 20th but only had a few hours rest until we had to leave to move Liz into her new dorm at UCF. Tim and I packed Liz up in both her car and the truck. All full of her worldly possessions to move her into the dorm for 6 weeks of of the summer semester. Trouble was we got a late start....tires had to be checked (Tim), nails had to be manicured (Liz) and clothes had to be washed and ...
... It's amazing how much detail they put into everything to construct the place, it would be epic for children, they would think they were in the movie. Our favourite rides were the Hulk roller coaster at Adventure Island, and the Hollywood Rockit coaster at Universal. We did a lot of 4D rides but after a few they made me feel a bit crook. We got to have a Duff beer at Moes Tavern, the Simpsons World was pretty cool! Universal had an old school ...
... the exception of Indiana Jones......cue the Indie stunt spectacular, I still love this and the kids did too, especially Indie. My enjoyment was marred a little by a whingy kid behind me who had a high pitched American accent, that spoke in whiny tones all the time, "Mommy that's supposed to be in Egypt, that doesn't look like Egypt" "Mommy that's not the real Indiana Jones", now, kids can be tired and whingy and all that stuff, it was hot and the poor kid ...
... giraffes show up outside the window, no more than 20 yards away. Made She Who Must Be Obeyed's day We had also been watching NASA launch schedules and knew there was due to be a launh during our stay. Through watching NASA TV, watched the launch live and then from our balcony, watched the Atlas rocket as it continued skywards. An awesome sight, and great end to the ...
... of the Mummy and Twister. Of course, the Hulk rollercoaster was amazing, probably because the only thing it had in common was the movie was liberal use of the colour green. And the Mummy ride, catapulting us wildly through the darkness and singing our hair with spectacularly burning walls, was extremely cool, at least until the closing moments when a tubby-looking Brendan Fraser inexplicably appeared out of the darkness to make a feeble attempt at humour. It was a sad ...
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