Super 8 Kissimmee/Orlando/Maingate
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Kissimmee
... for a little while. I was feeling a bit the worse for wear by then. Combination of sore feet, sore hip, heat and thirst.... We then had to walk all the way back around the lagoon to the viewing area for fastpass viewing of Illuminations.
Illuminations is the wonderful nighttime show at Epcot which takes place in and around the lagoon. They have barges in the lagoon which have fire, lasers and a massive ...
... it there is a fine for everyone....even visitors that didn't know it is required. So, we can drive in ignorant bliss, running up charges without paying much attention. That's the down side, they don’t even post signs to say how much this is costing you. You just notice charges on your credit card.
The drive was really uneventful. The road is divided with 3 or four lanes in each direction and it is relatively flat and straight. The shoulders and ...
... onward we marched from country to country and then a detour on a boat across the lake to drop of purchases at a locker. Ah but we got smart. We went to the Art of Disney shop and bought a little treasure and dropped off all our purchases there to be sent to the gate for pick up at the end of the evening. No locker payment required.
Back we went to Ireland with a stop en route for a flute of sparkling rose and a dessert trio; a 'get out of the rain again' stop in Canada ...
... the slides we had wanted to by about 6pm when the usual afternoon Florida thunderstorm had made it's way over the park resulting in the closure of all slides and pools. We pulled up a seat and waited to see if the storm was going to pass. Unfortunately it wasn't going anywhere soon so we set off back to the hotel.
Little did we know that about 5 minutes into our walk it had turned into terrential rain. It didn't ease up either. By the time we had made it back to ...
... like 'card' to the Mancs. So the confusion goes both ways. Travelling is not the ball ache for me that it is for some. I can lose myself in books, music, films, personal reflection, people watching and the transience of it all. I reckon I'm not alone too. Most seasoned travellers probably do the same but the ones for whom the trip is a one-off, you see their stress, anxiety and "I just want to get this bit over with". Yes, it's a long day and a long way. But ...