Suburban Extended Stay Hotel
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... and ground covers and threw them into the dryers before reassembling everything. Live by the sword...
After all that rain, the temperatures plummeted into the 40s overnight and Tuesday never got out of the 50s. So we opted out of another day-long amusement park ordeal, and instead sought refuge in that most recognizable of American urban icons: the mall. Eschewing all poetic license, this state's citizens named their largest shopping mecca appropriately: the Florida Mall. We ...
... is all the shops and the roofs are covered with snow and at the end you walk through to the castle, holy freakin Jesus I was so excited to see the castle. We decided to go in on the ride, but you couldn't see what the ride was, so I had to ask cause there is a few roller coasters but it was just a simulator. But oh my god when you get in the castle it is so magical, there is the paintings on the wall that talk, you walk pasted the ...
Our first day in Orlando was moderately uneventful. It was so much fun to fly with many of Bryn's fellow jump rope companions, and she was able to snag the window seat (not sure how she negotiated that!) with her friends Emily and Lexi sitting in her row. The flight was easy; the landing was not so easy. But, we made it ...
... It was a run away train ride through a mine. It was really fun. There was lots of screaming.
I also liked the haunted house and Pirates of the Caribbean ride.
We did a steam train ride around Magic Kingdom at the end and then went back to our hotel and had a swim.
We had African food for tea.
... for me, as it turned out my families view of it was about as drastically different from my rose tinted image of myself and my family.
The centre piece of Celebration is a lovely lake, where you can sit on one of the rocking chairs under an umbrella and while away an hour, or have lunch in one of the lovely cafes across the road, close your eyes and you could just about imagine Jessica Fletcher dashing around trying to solve a case from Murder ...