Ramada Kissimmee Maingate Downtown Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... The resorts rooms are located based on the era. I'm located in the 80's wing. How perfect. The 80's was my big year of music :-) Pop Century is similar in layout and features where Trent and I stayed in 2012. It's nothing flash, but super comfortable and has everything you need in a family resort: Swimming Pools, Games and Activity areas, a huge Disney gift shop and dining area with various eating options for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. Having ...
... up for what is definitely the most popular attraction at the moment which is to meet Anna and Elsa from frozen. At 10 we went back down to the Main Street for the lights show and fireworks, getting ourselves a prime spot in the centre. These are by far the best fireworks I've seen! (I can show you the video if anyone would like to see). We got the ferry and tram back to the car park, with some last slow shutter shots if the park along the way after a fantastic end to our Florida ...
... a lot of ghetto men in there shouting things at each other. We didn't feel that safe but found a free car park to sleep in and tried to rest up for the next full drive ahead. We started the next day with a healthy a McDonald's breakfast! As we have not worked out how to use the hob yet, we iterally had no other option. It was pretty good though and I totally got down with my egg mcmuffin! We were very happy to leave Tallahasse and were very excited about our next stop at New ...
... but we soon found out as we headed up the first hill that our boat came off the track and the ride came to a sudden halt. The cast members came over the PA system to announce to stay seated. We were in pitch-black but after about five minutes we had maintenance working on our boat. They had to use a winch to pull our boat back on track. It was neat to see the behind the scenes of the ride when they put on the lights. We were carefully removed from our boats and led out of ...
... and slowly swim across this little salt water lagoon with a bunch of tropical fish, little baby sharks & rays around some fake coral scenery that is next to a big sunken submarine. It wasn't as great as we thought it would be. The little lagoon was really small. The water was really cold and it put a nasty taste in your mouth even though you have a snorkel on it was really salty. Maybe to make it easier to float? I don't know, all I know is we immediately ran ...