Travelodge Orlando International Drive
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... To follow some sort of chronological order the trip started in Canada where I was at first nervous to be couchsurfing but I was immediately made welcome by my hosts - I stayed in Vancouver which was amazing in the summer, visiting beaches, markets, discovering craft beer and making a load of new friends. I got up to Whistler where I stayed in a private lodge by a lake and saw the northern lights and did a load of activities around that region before heading down into the States. ...
Here we go! After months of planning, fundraising, and meetings (with plenty of laughs and FaceTime calls in between), we are off to Guatemala to serve the greater community of San Antonio! I'm feeling a wide range of emotions as I return to a country I fell in love with back in July. I'm excited, I'm ready to serve, and I'm nervous. This will be mission trip #32, so in that sense I ...
Booking experience, I choose to book with Southwest as they had the package directly online for $4100, 7 days dinning, hotel, with 6 base park tickets and flights from Seattle. Disney had similar packages but you could not book online and when you called, it was not available and the flights were more expensive and the package would have been $5500, even though online it stated $4100 as well. My experience with this is that I should have booked earlier with ...
... entertainment hub with lots of bars nightclubs restaurants and ofcourse souvineer shops, the kids love Quest a 5 storey building full of video games, 3 d interactive games and basketball rings, everytime Cole has been he has played basketball the whole time totalling around 10 hours of shooting hoops. Off to dinner decided on The House Of Blues, and it was an excellent ...
... to be a little scary! After yesterday's Space Mountain...we had to do some major encouraging to get her onto the ride. Of we went. Strapped into a log, we set off. This wasn't so bad. This was a slow a relaxing ride, cruising on the river through the briar patch listening and seeing the story of briar rabbit, bear and fox. We started singing "zipidey doo dar, zipidey ah, my oh my what a wonderful day. Plenty of sunshine heading my way", then what was this... our false ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services