Oakwood Alexan World Gateway

14501 Gateway Pointe Circle, Orlando, Florida, 32821, United States | Hotel
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6 days at Disneyworld

A travel blog entry by asiaoncheap

Booking experience, I choose to book with Southwest as they had the package directly online for $4100, 7 days dinning, hotel, with 6 base park tickets and flights from Seattle. Disney had similar packages but you could not book online and when you called, it was not available and the flights were more expensive and the package would have been $5500, even though online it stated $4100 as well. My experience with this is that I should have booked earlier with ...

Disney revisited

A travel blog entry by helendickveness


... site - little change in the past 13 years. revisited some of the old attractions - Helen liked the Bears but felt it was shorter than previously.

Found a good place for lunch and met a older couple from New Jersey - they come to Disney every year.


Disney's Hollywood Studios

A travel blog entry by gilmer


... movie-making magic."

Our family then headed to Muppet 3D Vision - "Experience the magic of the Muppets during a hilarious, eye-popping film and live-action extravaganza."

Between visiting attractions, we stopped to have a pretzel. They are so yummy!

We then went to Studio Backlot Tour - "Go behind the scenes to see how special effects in movies are made during this exciting pyrotechnic show and tram tour." Our family enjoyed this tour. I was a ...

I am too old for all this?

A travel blog entry by jimnunn


... or the fact that I was pushing Min around in a wheelchair. Whatever it was, within one hour I was done in. My legs would not work, my feet felt like they had been crushed and every step was agony.

It may also have been that as we were on our own in Disney World for the first time in many years, and we did not have anyone "chivvying" us along and keeping us going. I really did miss not having a friendly, familiar crowd ...


A travel blog entry by twoplusfour


... boat ride which tells you all about Disney's research to help the environment by finding different ways of growing crops and using natural methods instead of chemicals). It took us through the Disney equivelant of the Eden project with lots of strange plants and th chance for the children to see how things like bananas, pineapples and cocoa grow. It was a nice little ride and I think they all enjoyed it. ...


This hotel, located in the International Drive/Universal/SeaWorld area of Orlando, is near Gatorland, Hunter's Creek Golf Club, Paradise Yoga, and Boggy Creek Golf Club.
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