Lake Eve Resort
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... building in the world), the crawlers that carry rockets to launch pads, the launch pads, the new SpaceX site, across the Everglades we got a Good view of the rocket launching that night, ready and waiting! Mission control centre etc.... We stopped at the Saturn V rocket centre which had all the Apollo moon stuff as well as a full size, real Saturn V rocket that launched the moon missions. And more... Was a great ...
... this out but after half an hour with no fresh air because for safety reasons windows were sealed shut we asked to move rooms. Reception kindly obliged putting us into a room identical to the first but this time while the radiator said it was on, absolutely nothing was coming out of it. We again called down to reception who told us to try the wall unit (which we'd already done unsuccessfully). The handyman was just on his way back up when all of a sudden the ...
... ride in a similar vein to Simpsons and Despicable Me. These simulator rides are the future I think!
After this, I went on Dr Dooms Fearfall (think Playstation at Blackpool) and then we headed into City Walk for some food. Where all the food inside the parks is mainly fast food, City Walk hosts loads of restaurants and bars. However, we settled on Panda Express (only our second of the trip so far!) and re-entered the Park after getting nice ...
... place. A quick outline of the parks: MAGIC KINGDOM - the ultimate in Disney. The famous original characters mixed with the new. This park was full of magic; lots of opportunities to get up close and personal with Mickey, Minnie, Donald , with a variety of princesses throw in and of course Tinkerbell. When it came to rides this place had the most for Ellie to take part in, along with some more thrilling rides for our older ...
... I can't take them to Nth. Carolina on the plane or I would have bought some for the 4th July.
We arrived in St. Augustine around 11:30 and had an extended lunch break here. Its a beautiful old town with lots and lots of history. We only had 2.5 hours to see it all which of course didn't happen as we also had to have lunch in that time.
The drawbridge is ...