Winter Haven Suites And Conference Center
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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So, today marked the end of our universal 'tour'. The fast passes have been amazing and I can truly say we have pretty much done everything the park has to offer. There were a few things I wanted to make sure I had done today but not much. Toni told the girls they could choose three favourite rides to go on and then we would go to Disney. However, when you have fast passes your ride count doesn't stay at three for long. We did go in the park a little later today as well. ...
... extra mile for us and not only put us up for a couple of nights but also prepared food and wine for us on our first night and on the second took us out to a local watering hole. Monday 23rd February
Today we had a ride around Winter Haven, stopped off at Crystal lake for a walk but it ...
Our day started with a bit more shopping. My, but the shopping is amazing here! I hope this stuff fits in our suitcases. Oh well, it will be cold at home so I'll just wear lots of layers when we travel. We stopped for lunch at a place called Romano's Macaroni grill and Rob had the best restaurant pasta he's ever had. The pasta was al dente and the sauce was a light and sweet diced tomato with grilled sausage. Our waiter kept wanting us to have tequila shots for ...
... of Cinderella Castle.. She said yes incase you're wondering!): We met Mickey, had a good old morning Starbucks coffee, picked up fast passes to Ariel's Under The Sea ride, Space Mountain & Big Thunder Mountain, then watched the infamous Dream Along With Mickey castle show which Shannon and I had a friend in so it was lovely to see him perform. We then used the Ariel fast pass in ...
... which looks similar to a church organ but the clarrioneur (the person that plays it) uses the sides of his fist to push down the wooden pegs which, in turn, rings certain bells and make beautiful music. Concerts are given all day long and can be heard throughout the park.
Would we ever have learned that from a book? Probably not. Experiential learning at its best. ...