Residence Inn Orlando Airport
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... yes that really is a place here in Florida), to see Fort Christmas National Park. On Christmas Day 1837, during the Second Seminole Indian War, US Army soldiers arrived at this spot and constructed a fort which they named Fort Christmas. Although the replica fort was actually open this time we didn't have more than a quick glance around as it's more of a recreational area.
... in Universal Studios is the Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit, a coaster that starts off by climbing vertically (seriously – 90⁰ to the ground, straight up) for 14 storeys and then throws you around a whole bunch of loops and corkscrews. You also get to pick your own soundtrack for the ride; Kelsey listened to some Daft Punk while Caitlyn and I opted for Crystal Method. Feeling more than a little shaken afterwards (Kelsey nearly passed out), we decided to ...
... og vi var bestemt ikke klar til at tage hjem, så vi tog med hjem til nogle vi havde mødt i byen, for at drikke deres sprut og holde poolparty. Lyder det ikke som en god og sikker ide? Ej, okay, mødre, dyb indånding. Det var altså ikke så slemt, og vi blev der ikke ret længe, fordi Maria og Korea gerne ville hjem (point til os for at tage med dem hjem, ikke?), og vi kom hjem i live uden at blive bestjålet eller voldtaget, juhuu. Sofie og Maria fortsatte i stedet festen derhjemme, ...
... escape once people knew she was there.
3. A man once asked my trainer when she was working on Cyber Space Mountain if his service dog could ride, as well. Seriously, those vehicles go upside down many times, and riders are strapped in just like they were on a real roller coaster. Can you imagine a dog held onto the ride with the coaster restraints?
4. A man asked my trainer how to exit the building(they were on the third floor). She said, "The elevators ...
... He gave Dave a sachet of tea!
After that we got the resort launch across to MK where we took the railroad round to Frontierland to go on Splash Mountain. As it was still fairly early there weren't many people about so we got straight on with hardly any wait. I then went on Big Thunder Mountain which was also a walk-on
and we headed to Adventureland to go on PotC and the Jungle Cruise. After that we sat and had a drink in the shade - it was pretty hot today. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking