Days Inn and Suites UCF Research Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... checked that we wanted spicy not medium we started to work how hot it might be. We needn't have bothered, we've had spicier spaghetti bolognese! When Ni asked for some green chillies they didn't have any...what Indian restaurant doesn't have chillies! Anyway, the food was nice enough and after eating we returned to our room to plan our days at the theme parks.
N & ...
... camped in a cat reserve, and did my TEFL qualification while I waited for the rain to stop. When it did, I took a kayak out 10km, found my own Carribbean islands I named Bushy Tits and then had to be pulled back to shore when the current got too strong! Snorkelled with hundreds of sharks and stingrays and visited an incredible marine park seeing lots of wildlife and deecent coral before taking advantage of all you can drink on the way back and forgetting all of that and just ...
... were on special for $105, here I can buy 2 pairs of the newer Go Walk 2s for $70. Converse All Stars, in the converse outlet at Harbour Town in Perth $75, here $35 plus I got a second pair for half price, unfortunately Orlanda was with me when I went in so she claimed the second pair.
GAP, when we lived in the UK I loved GAP clothing for the kids (and ourselves), many of the things I bought were worn by all 3 boys and still in one piece, I still have ...
... to Magic Kingdom for rope drop. It was amazing, if you are there for rope drop some of the staff come out and sing and dance and welcome you and then Mickey and friends arrive on the train to wish u a magical day. It was a good start to the day, obviously I am More excited than Ryan and probably some of the kids too! We spent about 5 hours until about 2pm at the park enjoying all the rides and ...
Before any of us could chicken out, which I do think crossed all our minds, we were strapped in and on our way up the initial incline. Like most coasters, that first incline is at some impossible angle. Unlike most coasters, when the cars reach about halfway up the incline it is suddenly shot up the rest of the way at a speed so fast it actually hurt my back.
The terror began immediately. The car went so fast and ...