The Courtyard at Lake Lucerne

Address: 211 N. Lucerne Circle E., Orlando, Florida, 32801, United States | 3 star inn
 
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This 3 star inn, located in the Downtown Orlando area of Orlando, is near Orange County Regional History Center, Shoppes of West Church Street, Theatre Downtown, and Wells' Built Museum of African American History.
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    Aquatica & Family BBQ

    A travel blog entry by lauraapple on Jun 19, 2015

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    ... it was a great chance to see everyone and everyone was excited to see us. All the kids played in the pool while Ryan, myself and his cousins caught up on years worth of news. It was a fairly laid back affair with BBQ chicken and steak for dinner with an amazing potato bake dish made by Christy that I gladly devoured! After dinner Kim made a s'mores dessert that she had seen on facebook which was very messy but delicious and ...

    Retail Therapy - Florida Style

    A travel blog entry by minaco on Jan 19, 2015

    3 comments

    ... Kohl's cash earned on total value of purchase. We ended up paying $108.64 with savings of $168.47 and earned $20 in Kohl's cash to redeem this week. We LOVE Kohl's and wish we had one at home. Next stop was Kmart where Nancy found some pants and jeans and I picked up a few things too. We're always able to find deals here. Time was running out for shopping and we headed back to Downtown Disney for our dinner reservations at Raglan Road, which is an Irish Pub & ...

    Enjoying Orlando

    A travel blog entry by arley on Oct 06, 2014

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    ... and rockets exposed.

    The fifth day we went to the Universal park "Island of Aventure", another wonderful day with roller coasters, shows, and many water attractions which we were very wet.

    Rows to enter atractions are long, I recomend to download App parks, because with them someone can know what atractions have little rows.


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    Universal Red Head Day

    A travel blog entry by rm-adventures on Oct 02, 2014

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    ... week when we move closer to her neck of the woods.
    Ah but I digress... more like procrastinate! I think I am avoiding talking about the rest of the rides. Holy Mackerel Batman! Universal is serious about tossing you about and soaking you in the process. YIKES! First we entered Jurassic Park having taken the train back from Diagon Alley (there are two parks and one must travel between them to access different rides, but a special pass is in order.) Several warnings ...

    Orlando

    A travel blog entry by lloydsletloose on Sep 19, 2014

    7 photos

    ... school wear shop with everyone coming out in wizard gowns. All the shops looked just like in the film. We got lost around this bizarre place for quite some time. The 3D ride here was very clever too. Before leaving we picked up a salted caramel ice cream tub to share.

    We wandered over the bridge to Simpson land and took the ride there. This was a motion moving ride which was brilliant, had I been able to see it all. I tried to watch it but felt the sweats ...