Sheraton Orlando Downtown Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... tired and had been out way longer than anticipated already, and with the traffic weren't going to get anywhere to buy food let alone cook it till gone 8pm, so in honour of Rosie we had one last meal out, and went to Red Lobster. I'll admit, I got a bit tense driving as the satnav failed again, the traffic was heavy and Hayley's phone was contradicting the satnav lady. Not fun. But we did get there in the end.
Red Lobster was great! Good food, really tasty! And somehow ...
Today we went to SeaWorld and we watched the dolphin show. We watched them do some stunts while they were jumping out of the water. After that finished we went on the Manta. It was a rollercoaster where you had to ride on your tummy. We saw some killer whales. They were jumping out of the water and splashing people. There was a lady up the front with a baby and they got drenched and had to run ...
... was about 104 and not the friendliest we had encountered, I guess this was a restaurant used to dealing with business men stopping off for breakfast, rather than tourists, although 5 mins after we arrived a large English family came in and sat at the table nest to us, they were the loudest people I had ever come across. Seriously I'm always a bit worried that we are being a bit loud and may be disturbing others, as some small people in the party ...
... Chicken Enchilada and half Picadillo quesadilla. (Picadillo is a flavorful Cuban dish made with ground beef and a sauce made from simmering tomatoes, green olives, bell peppers, cumin, and spices)
Erica review for the day: I can't believe we are leaving tomorrow! We sat by the pool today and Taylor and I got really burnt, she looks like a tomato but mine isn't that bad. We went to a Mexican restaurant for dinner and it was so ...
... they'll just decide that they're better off without me or replace me with someone else. (Maybe I should work on being less insecure in Australia? That sounds like a good idea.) Also topping the list are that I won't make friends in Canberra or my roommates will hate me and such. I'm hoping all of these fears will dissipate once I set foot on campus and meet people and join clubs and get a job, but only time can tell!
Currently, I don't ...