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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... photos as a lot of the route is tree lined, and as we are travelling so fast as soon as an opening with a good shot appears, it's gone again by the time the camera takes it's snap, so just a lot of pictures of passing trees. Breakfast was calling us at about 8am. It was not too busy again, as it had been open since 6.30am. I had the continental, which comprised of porridge, fruit: fresh orange & strawberry slices, with a strawberry Greek yoghurt ...
... park in Disney and is very large!
Our alarm went off at around 6.30am!! The earliest we had got up for quite a while. But somehow, we didn't mind as we knew what the day had in store. We got ready, packed our bags (with plenty water and snacks due to the heat) and Javier our host, took us to the bus stop just in time to get the 7.30am bus. The bus has a few stops, but we arrived at the Ticket and Transportation Centre (TTC) at around 8.30am. From there we boarded ...
... Backpacker's trying to save money. It saved us £180 to fly to Detroit and transfer to a second flight down to Orlando. It meant over 5 hours of flying, but it was worth it. We got in to Orlando at about 4 PM and took a taxi to our hotel.
We had dinner at an Indian restaurant we were told was spicy. Having curry withdrawal symptoms we ordered our dishes to be served spicy and when the ...
... gay giants house where he paraded his 5 young boys out on the town and took us to a gay bar called Powerhouse with hardcore gay porn on the TV's - just the spot for a quiet couple of pints haha. After that shared another road trip down highway 1, visited Google and Facebook, drove down the amazing coastal road blasting out classical music and the Star Wars theme FULL blast then camped out with this old stoner hippy guy in the mountains that was rather strange indeed. Drove to (and ...
... the international terminal and buy the worlds most expensive pizza before boarding the Virgin Australia flight to Sydney. It was really strange to hear Aussie accents again after so long in the land of the free, or is it the brave, I really can't remember. All buckled up and ready to go and it started, kick,kick,kick, long push, kick, kick,kick.I fond out later that the kid behind me was playing games and had slid down his seat and was pushing and kicking ...