Days Inn Kissimmee At Oak Plantation
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... showed scenes from Disney movies in the water! along with actors, fireworks and impressive lighting. It was truly out of this world...and very scary. They had about 10 minutes of Mickey Mouse being chased by every evil Disney character. After the final firework the gates were opened, and the crowd slowly wandered out to find their position for the 4th of July fireworks. We hadn't planned to stay because they began at 10:15, so decided to take one last go at ...
... sort of boating business. Over time he got sucked in with a bad element in the gold business. He was found hanged. All of his possessions, including the boat, had vanished. According to him, the police were indifferent and unable to offer any help in solving the crime. Even though it was such a tragic story he seemed to be in good spirits.
Between the two men they were able to fix our express pass problem.
With our new cards ...
... theme, I really liked the buildings and stone bridges and snow/ice capped roofs and pine trees every where. Typhoon Lagoon was very tropical & nautical in style but it lacked shade. Blizzard Beach had lots of broad trees with lots of shady spots.
Typhoon Lagoon (TL) definitely has the better wave pool, it's surely the largest I have ever seen an the surf waves are great...Blizzard Beach (BB) had a smaller wave pool, but you could take the inner tubes in the wave pool ...
Sept. 18 was our first day at the Disney's All-Star Music Resort.
But I'm getting ahead of myself.....
Once we arrived at the Orlando International Airport, we walked to the bus stop for the Disney's Magical Express. We were separated into different lines according to what resort we were staying at.
Here's a side note... I noticed that the more the resort cost, the closer to the front of the line you were. Of course, since we were staying at ...
... with them hopefully in SA when they are out visiting.
On our way we took the back roads past small American towns. While on route we stopped at a small fruit stall called Dunks where Rich and Courtney got some peaches and pecan nut brittle. We drove past many pecan groves. Further down the road we stopped at a melon stall and Courtney helped me buy a big sweet watermelon for all of us. We also stopped at a ...