Residence Inn Orlando Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... it and went to the “Dare Devil” which was another large Roller Coaster. The wait time was about 60minutes, so we decided to line up in the singles line and just get through it quicker. We waited an hour still in the singles line, because there were way too many express pass people trying to get onto the ride. So they were letting it one person to 10 express pass people. We finally got on, and this ride was really different, because you got to choose ...
... impressed and it is indeed great value when you consider what it costs to go to a normal arcade and at Disney Quest all arcade games and attractions are included in the admission price. Disney Quest has 5 levels of activities, games and rides ... all indoors.
We started on level 5 and did the "Invasion! An ExtraTERRORestrial Alien Encounter". This is a ride where you work in a team of 4 to rescue your ...
... We then got in position to see the magical castle come alive with lights and to see the fireworks. We Noticed when the fireworks started that there were some trees in the way, so we moved to the back of the castle, so were actually sitting in between the two sets of fireworks going off overhead. This made for a great show. After the fireworks, we managed to get on the seven dwarfs mine roller coaster which had a huge line for most of the day. It was almost 11pm and the park was due ...
... really expensive and we were expecting some interesting local gourmet food, fish was mentioned in the description but not available, the food was a basic buffet - we could get at least as good at home for 1/4 of the price and wine was extra!!
Jill was really cross as she had registered for 2 other similar events.
(BTW Our Canadian friend was a speech -language therapist who had adopted a Russian child - now primary ...
... a thought much more in line with the rest of the families thoughts). So it was with this imagine in my head that we stepped from the car, me in my size 16 shorts showing off my almost tanned (if a little stubbly) legs, kids all fighting with each other while the bloke in the grumpy T shirt parked and locked the mini van. Still, despite my own family bearing scant resemblance to my rose tinted version I was still harping on about how lovely this place was ...