Residence Inn Orlando Altamonte Springs
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Reunited, we headed off to go on safari which was fabulous. We loaded into a safari truck, drived on real tracks round all kinds of animals. Because it was still quite cool we spotted, cheetah, ions, giraffe, zebra, hippo, ostrich, all kinds of anelope-y things (!) elephant, black and white rhino and even had our path blocked by wildebeest on the road at one point. We will be back to do this one ...
... water, snacks and a few other toiletries.
We made it back to the resort with enough time to change clothes and then make our way to the Polynesian Resort to O'hanas for our dinner reservation. We love that resort. It feels so much like being back in Hawaii. The meal is served family style at your table. A delicious salad with a passion fruit vinaigrette with pineapple bread as a side served as appetizers. This was followed by ...
... looked like it was going backwards, and one with the driver suspended outside the one side of the car so it looked like no-one was driving) running 1300cc motorbike engines performing the most amazing stunts and choreographed drifting you can imagine - they did with cars (wheels spinning) what water dancers would do in a pool!! They even ramped a car over a pantechnicon truck live (landed on an airpillow and drove off) on stage - ie very limited ...
... fun here. It's also the park that all the other DisneyLand parks are based on - and I've been to the Anaheim and Tokyo one so I don't think we need to spend too long here. After we've completely woken ourselves and our vocal cords up on Space Mountain - we head to the other side of the park. It is blisteringly hot and we are feeling exhausted from the heat already! We pass Tomorrowland Speedway with a half an hour wait and of course Atabey wants to ride. He tells me he'll behave for ...
... Noel ate a Margherita pizza. I ordered the chicken parmigiana with roasted potatoes. It was exquisite! For dessert, I asked Simone,the head waiter, what he recommended and he said it sounds strange but I would recommend the fried ricotta cheese, chocolate sauce, and whip cream. I looked at him with the are you serious face, but I said bring it on. When he brought I out it was in a cone shape holder with about 8 little fried balls of ricotta cheese covered in ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility