La Quinta Inn & Suites Orlando UCF
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We took a photo out the front of the ride to send to Pauline and then we were on our way to more awesome rides! After a couple of hours at Hollywood Studios we decided to head over to Magic Kingdom as we had booked fast passes on some rides over there (Disney offers 3 free fast passes that allow you to skip the long lines). Magic Kingdom is more your stereotypical Disney. It has the different 'lands', characters, rides including the famous mountain rides ...
... lines were huge, but we were seated within twenty minutes or so. This was our first time at this restaurant a d we had a great time. After placing our orders, we were brought a basket of Irish bread similar to what we enjoyed in Dublin last summer. It also had a delicious dipping oil made from a Guinness and brown sugar reduction. Yummy! Our meals arrived in short order and were piping hot. I once again had a delicious steak cooked to perfection at medium. Courtney had the ...
... wands that enable the user to try out a variety of spells at the different windows causing all sorts of fun and mayhem. Hmmn, butter beer... tasty sugar laden frothy topped beverage. Tastes a bit like butterscotch and shortbread. Another person described it as cream soda and butterscotch. Either way, verrrrrrry tasty but falls in the class of toxic diabetic lager.
And then, on to the Hogwarts Express at Hogsmeade Station where one is whisked away ...
... one made me feel really motion sick and I needed to keep my eyes closed to stop me from being sick. I was relieved to get out and get some fresh air, albeit hot air, Passing by the children's section, it looked fantastic for the little ones, but not really anything to hang about for. We moved on to the ET ride, this was like a ghost train but on bikes thru ET land and very amusing childlike.
When we came out, the parade was about to start. So we found a spot ...
... and we exited the train in Hogsmeade (the original Wizarding World of Harry Potter based at the top of Islands of Adventure).
Islands of Adventure is set out in different islands (funnily enough), with each island having its own theme, and all the islands connecting with bridges. As we arrived in Hogsmeade in the middle of the afternoon, we had a quick walk around but left before going on any rides as we would come back to them later when it was a ...