Ramada Orlando Near Convention Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... we goofed around, we decided to catch the Hogwarts Express train across to the other side of the park. This was also a new attraction, so we wanted to check it out before it got busy.
We got into the train, and it wasn’t a regular train as to what we thought it would be. The inside of the train was designed exactly the same as the one in the movie. You sit in a cabin, and as the train takes off, the technology they used was simply amazing. You ...
... to the park free. Of charge ! However, this being an $8 a night hostel, it was fifteen minutes late and we didn't actually have a seat, so it was quite similar to getting a cattle train but apart from that for free I was happy to take it ! The day at universal went wayyyyy too quickly ! It was amazing, we went through toon town and got soaked on the water rides and then Harry potter world. It was amazing, the ride was the best part but the wait up to it was through ...
We are staying at the Key West resort- a collection of time share villas operated by Disney and let out to holidaymakers when empty. It is really nice - lots of space with all the cleanliness and artificiality of Disney (which might grate on my nerves in a few days but for now is strangely soothing). Despite the exhausting day yesterday we are ready to go. Magic Kingdom is our first stop. The weather is awful ...
... safari now hopefully we will get to do it sometime soon.
Our final highlight of Animal Kingdom was getting to watch the magical Nemo the musical. If you have ever seen the Lion King on stage then you will know what this is about, all your favourites such as Dory and Bruce are there handled by the wonderful puppeteers/actors and it is brilliant how they manage to fit the whole film into a 30 minute show. It really is like being at the west end ...
(From Barbara: ) We rode our ECVs to the boat dock at the campground and took the boat to the Magic Kingdom. Didn’t go in, though. Instead, we got on the Monorail to transportation center, where we switched monorails to go to Epcot. Went into Epcot and saw the trains at Germany and ate in Italy. Went over to France and took the boat to Hollywood Studios.
We ate dinner at the 50s ...