TownePlace Suites Orlando East / UCF

11801 High Tech Avenue, Orlando, Florida, 32817, United States | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Orlando

Back To Life, Back To Reality

A travel blog entry by doove


... never have enough!) and went on another ridiculous walk over the top of it all, before hitting the most impressive Mayan ruins in Mexico (Palenque).   Spent Christmas in the colonial town of San Christobal making some friends in the small cosy hostel where got smashed, ate Korean Curry, drank more, got a Piñata and spent Christmas dancing on the balcony before treating myself to a steak as I could not find a Turkey! More waterfalls and multicoloured lakes later, headed ...

Universal studios/Island of adventure/ NBA City

A travel blog entry by mckenna.simone


... Beer. I'm not gonna lie- I haven't seen or read anything Harry Potter so I didn't get too excited but Paul loved it (even bought two wands!). We tried the butter beer which was delicious- a combination of creaming soda and butterscotch! It was quite busy in the theme parks today but we had VIP passes which allowed us to jump the queue on all the rides and shows which was a real blessing. It saved us so much time and patience. We hardly stopped all day and would definitely ...

Day 6 - Magic Kingdom / Hollywood Studios

A travel blog entry by kdoc93


... Bonus!! Then, Tinkerbell saw Caitlyn's pin and said that's the coolest thing she'd seen all day and how did she get it to light. She took Caitlyn over to a darker corner so she could see the pin light. I thought that was cute! Caitlyn was so excited that she finally saw Tinkerbell!

We stayed at the park for a little bit while mom and dad went back to the hotel to rest. We saw the Celebration parade from the circle in front of the castle. They stopped in front of ...


A travel blog entry by jdboy


... down. Some awesome special effects and again, real life audio and video. Outside the centre was the launch viewing area. It was great being able to view the launch pad from the VIP area and I can only imagine how impressive it must have been to watch a space shuttle launch or any launch for that matter. The launch pad is about 3 miles from the viewing area. We jumped back on the bus and headed back to the Kennedy Space Centre Visitors Complex. On the way back we got to ...

Star Wars Exhibition - NERD ALERT

A travel blog entry by didier.moutia


Today we visited the science centre to see the Star Wars exhibition.

The exhibition had the real models and costumes they used to make the movies. Dad took heaps of photos.

We went on the hovercraft ... it felt like we were really flying/floating off the ground. It was cool.