Travel Blogs from Kissimmee
there's no kind of atmosphere,
I'm all alone, more or less.
Let me fly, far away from here,
Fun, fun, fun, In the sun, sun, sun.
3:35 pm Speed 523 mph Alt 37938 ft.
Left for the airport shortly before 12:30. A nice trip by our chauffeur, Robert. Checked in at the little electronic kiosk which seemed to require a lot more info than ever before (maybe because we didn't do the electronic check-in online ...
... together, I was a few row back and Janine a few more rows back. Flight was non eventful and we arrived at Orlando on time. Grabbed the hire car and drove out to the apartment.
Driving was interesting. Very strange driving on the other side of the road. Didn't drive down the wrong side of the road, but intersections were interesting. Not sure what we would ...
... home and indulging in a bubble bath.
So that’s what Kissimmee did to me. Staying in a deserted resort, I was pretty much forced to relax and just enjoy the little things; good company, breakfast in bed, hot baths, hot sun and comfortable mattresses.
I guess you could say the week in Florida was pretty much the quiet before the storm. The storm being sunny California of ...
... see some of the wildlife associated with whichever continent you are currently at, and the Tree of Life, the centerpiece of the park is wonderful with so many different animals carved into it. In Asia, we found a very nice sit down restaurant serving traditional Asian food, an alternative to the standard hot dogs and burgers found around the rest of the park. But onto my favourite attraction of this park, It's Tough To Be A Bug, a 4D show based on A Bug's Life. ...
... St. Cloud" as the name of the city. Other names were suggested, but "St. Cloud" was unanimously accepted.
According to the late St. Cloud Official Historian Bob Fisk, in the early days of laying out St. Cloud, Florida, streets were named after states:
Col. John McElroy was a main player in the SLIC, which had advertised and brought Civil War Union veterans to the new community. Col. McElroy first named the downtown streets, running north and south ...