Travelodge Orlando International Drive
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... roller coaster which the kids took 3 times. The winner for dad was the Aquazone ride, the kids rode in circle in their own boat and I got the fun of setting off 'water bombs' in an effort to soak them. Very therapeutic for parents, at least I thought so.
The kids also loved getting their hands dirty at the Imagination Zone. They got to build a robot and build and race cars!
Lego Kingdoms had a good ...
... The next day we went back to Epcot again, where we went on a couple of rides including "The Circle of Life", "Mission: Space", "Spaceship Earth", and the classic "Soarin". The aquariums at the Finding Nemo attraction were incredible. We also watched the Michael Jackson short film Captain Eo, great movies at the Canadian and French pavilions, and of course "The American Adventure" show.
Day 4 was spent at Hollywood Studios, ...
... What?? I know! We were shocked. And he ate it, too. He wasn't fond of the Forbidden Rice, though. :) Kevin had Tagoarashi Spice Ahi Tuna with Tempura Fried Vegetable Maki Roll, and I had Sesame Seared Sea Scallops with Wakeme Salad, Meghan had Pan-Asian Noodles and Jenna had Mickey Ravioli.
We had a ferry ride back over to Magic Kingdom across the lake. Just beautiful. Even though we were almost 2 hours early before ...
... restaurant was fantastic! The only thing that was Mac and Cheese was a starter and this came in the form of crumbed squares of Mac and cheese, deep fried and coated in Parmesan. Yum yum! We followed this up with bruschetta to share and for mains Carmela's chicken, a pasta dish with roasted chicken, rigatoni, caramelised onions, mushrooms and Marsala cream. Everything was so awesome that we decided to follow this up with dessert of New York Cheesecake.
... at the Hilton! Praying that the shuttle dropped them off first, so as to avoid the shame of them seeing the **** hole we were staying in. When we arrived we were greeted, rather ungratefully by the most typical orlando guy you could imagine; pretty large, dressed all in black and clearly from Mexican descent had decided to allow his beard grow only around his chubby has line, and Ofcourse the obligatory silver jewel earring. We couldn't check in for a few hours so we ...