America's Best Inns Altamonte Springs/Orlando
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... ago, it brought back all the good memories from our trip.
Continuing on we stopped at Canada and saw their presentation, which is still pretty good. We finished the afternoon with The American Adventure. This attraction is, in my opinion, the best attraction along the World Showcase. When almost everyone claps at the end, you know people ...
... having huge manta-rays spanning over 1 and a half meters across swimming right under you within inches and sometimes even brushing past. There were fish of every colour, huge shoals of fish that would swarm around you as well as small tropical fish closer to the reefs. It was just beautiful. You will have to see the picture when I upload the underwater shots from Owens camera on Facebook. One part of the grand reef goes really ...
... by the time we headed home. The Air Boat ride is fantastic - saw a couple of alligators nesting and raced throughout the weeds doing a few wheelies on the way. Spent a couple of hours walking through the park seeing all the different animals before our journey back to hotel. Not much else to pass on at the moment but hope you enjoy what we can ...
... any pictures! It was surprisingly soft though and 'Fluffy' as he was named was very calm and still for me. After dropping off the car we got the bus back from the airport via a stop and a look around Downtown Orlando. The journey took us through some interesting places that you wouldn't see normally and we saw some nice and not so nice areas, but it was good to get off the beaten track in what is generally a very touristy place. Orlando itself was quite busy for a Sunday. We ...
... lands" and their "magical" experiences. Caragh actually went on a roller coaster. That's true magic! Wiping off American overly yellow cheese off each corn chip so kids would eat their nachos for lunch, not so magical. Often it was the smaller, less popular ride or show that surprised us most, due great staff making that extra effort. The jungle boat guide was a stand up comedy act in her own right. How they ...