Quality Inn Busch Gardens
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today we decided to visit Thomas Edison and Henry Ford's winter estates on our way to Tampa. They were neighbours and friends for a number of years and even worked together on sustainable ways of living and making products. The estates were beautiful. They were situated on the water with beautiful big homes and fantastic gardens. Seeing our Dad …
... a Level Nine VIP tour of the Space Center to see the behind-the-scenes parts of NASA that the general public never sees. We're going to see the places where the astronauts train in zero gravity and a Saturn missile and Mission Control where they actually fly the International Space Station. Cory is very excited as he's always loved anything to do with space. We'll post a review of our tour and the pics later.
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... extremely spicy but were all very good. For our entrées we ordered the NY Strip steak for myself, Chicken Vindaloo/Butter Chicken for Courtney and Tandoori Chicken for Nancy, dessert consisted of a trio of samples for Courtney and I...chocolate mouse cake, banana mousse tart and a pumpkin chai ice cream concoction. Nancy ordered the banana mousse tart to take back to the hotel for later enjoyment. This meal was very good, although Nancy wasn't as ...
... the local craft guild, the hot shop workshop for folks working with glass, and the Chihouly glass collection. Had lunch at the Greek taverna - some of the best Greek food I've had in a long time. Regrettably, they were out of Retsina - few, other than me, would see that as an issue.... The Chihouly collection was great, amazing fantasy pieces ...
... higher until we did loop the loops. And we all calmed down with a gentle turn on the carousel which was lovely, except Neil's camel didn't go up and down. In the last hour, we found two of the best rides of the whole trip - a dangle-down roller coaster that did loops without the discomfort of rattly-brain syndrome, and Cheetah Hunt that was wonderfully smooth and fast. Next time do these ...