Travelodge Orlando International Drive
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... was really different to the norm and definitely worth doing.
Space Mountain is one of the oldest roller coasters ever and was an original feature of Disneyland/Disneyworld. Despite its age my kids rated it pretty highly compared to other roller coasters.
We watch the daily Disney Parade towards the end of the day. We are not big on parades but it is still impressive and you can see a lot of work and expense has gone ...
... but we kept on slugging on in the heat, it was like an oven outside & a fridge indoors. We were about to give up when we established we actually were just around the corner from the mall. A pee stop was needed now, so we found the 'outback bar' to have a drink and relief. I had a rum punch cocktail at 4 usd, much was more like it, Andy had a beer. The food look good, they even had a bloomin onion which Cez & Nina have recommended. We decided it best to ...
Claire woke early at 3, so by 5 when no-one else had woken she went for a walk around the hotel & lake. Found the pools and some breakfast.
Lovely breakfast, followed by a cooling swim and slide. Onto the parks, then more swimming & pizza. Adam & Gary then went back to the parks and became minions. Unfortunately they were turned back to humans by the time they got back. Big blisters are appearing, so old scruffy, comfy shoes tomorrow.
... a day!). Opposite the Toy Story ride was another meet and greet - this time, with my favourite characters from my favourite Disney film. Although we queued for about half an hour, I'd have been gutted had I left without meeting Buzz Lightyear and Sheriff Woody! If you haven't picked it up by now, it helps to have a mindset of a kid when you're at Disney, otherwise you just won't feel the magic of the place.
A quick walk around the other areas of the park, we decided to ...
... as j.k. Rowling had envisioned in the book. Inside, apart from long queues down dark hallways and holograms of the cast talking to us and moving paintings, was the ride everyone was fussing over. We still waited half an hour even with our special disability express route. The ride was basically a simulator where we sat on a seat attached to a moving mechanical arm and wore 3d glasses. It then took us from screen to screen where it simulated ...