Residence Inn Orlando East / UCF Area

Address: 11651 University Blvd., Orlando, Florida, 32817, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Orlando East/UCF area of Orlando, is near Discovery Cove, Lukas Nursery, Cigarz at Citywalk, and Fairways Country Club.
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    Orlando Theme Park Tips for Families!

    A travel blog entry by didier.moutia on Jan 28, 2015

    ... standout attraction which is the Harry Potter area. There are now two Harry Potter areas, one in Islands of Adventure Park (Hogsmeade) and the other in the Studios Park (Daigon Alley) with both areas linked by a train. The Studios Park has mostly indoor attractions except for the awesome Rock IT roller coaster. Both parks have a "quick queue" pass you can purchase. It is pricey but great value as it will help to ensure you do each ...

    That's that, then

    A travel blog entry by jimnunn on Aug 28, 2014

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    ... after the meal we went and watched the 3 o'clock parade (which was as 3.20!) then made our way back to the hotel and started packing.

    How on earth have we gathered so much stuff to rake home? There's tons of it. We had brought an extra holdall, thinking that would be enough to hold all our planned purchases, but it looks like we've horrendously underestimated the luggage required. Oh well, we'll just have to pack as best we can and ...

    Disneyworld - day 2

    A travel blog entry by jennpearson on Jul 09, 2014

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    ... songs sounded familiar and he responded 'no'. Anyway, I could tell he was getting a bit nervous as we were watching people get launched out in the ride. The one or two groups before us had a small child in the very front row and he didn't look all that nervous but rather excited. This calmed my nephew down cause he figured if that kid could do it, so could he. We got on the ride, buckled in and then were quickly at that launching part. It did a very quick countdown and shot us ...

    Shuttles, Rockets and Gators

    A travel blog entry by jimdol on Apr 20, 2014

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    ... section, interactive exhibits where you could do anything from a simulated space walk, to using a simulator to land the shuttle. There was a replica of some of the tunnel like structures in the space station that the kids could crawl through, we didn't realise until we were on the level below that the tubes were clear on the bottom and suspended in mid air (eek), there were slides for the kids to go down which were at the exact pitch that the shuttle would glide in ...

    Epcot- the future

    A travel blog entry by jessnye on Mar 03, 2014

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    ... and test track- one of our favorites. Once we had done the rides we went to the other side of Epcot which is called the world showcase and this has all different countries with restaurants and exhibits and staff all dressed up. Also it is currently the flower and garden festival so there were flowers everywhere including disney character topiaries which looked amazing! It was about 3pm ...