SpringHill Suites Orlando Airport
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... part of our day - LOL Jurassic Park River adventure and Rip Saw Falls. We got fairly wet in Jurassic but SOAKED in Rip Saw Good thing the sun was out but it took forever to dry out. Finally Spiderman was our last ride. CAN'T WAIT TO COME BACK HERE WITH THE GRANDKIDS
We ended the day with a show and supper at The Pirate Adventure just a ways from Universal.
... me feel really motion sick and I needed to keep my eyes closed to stop me from being sick. I was relieved to get out and get some fresh air, albeit hot air, Passing by then children's section, it looked fantastic for the little ones, but not really anything to hang about for. We moved on to the ET ride, this was like a ghost train but on bikes thru ET land was amusing. When we came out, the parade was about to start. So we found a spot to sit down and watch ...
... the film Frozen was based on the scenery here, which was cool. Finally, we reached Mexico, with with a big temple-style building racing the lagoon.
It was about 8.30pm now, and without wanting to queue for any rides, we made our way back to the entrance, stopping in a few gift shops along the way. Epcot was definitely a cool park, and like the others, there would have been enough to keep you occupied for a full day. However, I'd imagine kids would get quite bored, as ...
... the loops and corkscrews at high speed. The queue was about 1.5 hours and the express half an hour. With our wheelchair though we skipped it all with no queue and did the ride a couple times. The mummy ride was an indoor roller coaster through darkness and occasional flames bursting out, another favourite. By 9pm the park was closed and we were satisfied with our days productiveness and also too tired to travel further so checked into orlando for another ...
... hoping this will be everything I dreamed it would be.
Being in a sorority surrounded by hundreds of females my dreams have switched to (mom and dad and grandma close your eyes) weddings, babies, and the real world, but when I was little this wasn’t my dream. I dreamed of the trip I would take in college, since I would be an adult and super old, traveling the marvels of Europe. Europe was my ...