Park Plaza Hotel Winter Park
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There I found myself, typing away at our gigantic rented house in Orlando, toying with difficult choices such as another dip in the pool, lunch in the spacious kitchen, or possibly, and most likely, a nap. The gated community of Windsor Hills was where myself and twelve family members from Laynni's side (affectionately known as the Dirty PA Dozen, starring us as The Part-Timers and Lyle and Nadine, who you may remember from such disjointed blog entries as Following my In-Laws ...
... wish to visit NEXT and return to the part of the park you wish to visit now. Now please note as stated before Fast Pass times are dependent on ride popularity, so for example Fast Pass times for the Rock and Roll rollercoaster may be 11:00am to 12:00pm. However the Tower of Terror next door to the Rock and Roll rollercoaster may be 1:00pm to 2:00pm. This is the challenge!
- If you are doing Seaworld we highly recommend getting the "VIP Feeding ...
... As much as I would like to fill you in on every detail of my final excursion and my eventual return to the states, doing so would take several posts and unfortunately I don't have the time to spare. So, I'll do my best to bring my semester in China to a resounding conclusion.
Leaving Shanghai was much easier than I thought it would be. Having lived there for three months, you would think that I would of had developed some ties to the city and the people I had ...
... I was still relatively hacked off (and I don't hold grudges) I decided my mission was to get as far up from downtown as I could. I was actually quite curious though because Austin, in his haste to make things right, had cancelled my accommodation with Hotwire.com for last night and I had been refunded by them which meant I actually didn't have a place to stay. I was interested to see how Austin was going to sort that out, but quite ...
... We just walked down the road to our real hotel, but even in the middle of the night it was incredibly hot outside and our bags were laden down with souvenirs and new clothes, so it was an effort. Then, once in our new hotel, we were greeted with an ancient TV, unusable Wi-Fi in our room, an unbearably *****y concierge, and a business centre with a printer that somehow ended up charging Kelsey $7 to print three pieces of paper. We all went to bed a little peeved, but pumped for the days ...