Days Inn - Altamonte Springs
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... humorous quips about body cavity searches and sunbathing and thongs...enough said on that topic. We saw much of Orlando, many times over and I believe I showed admirable restraint when I did not make road kill of our newly purchased GPS. Needless to say we were very happy to finally find the Watts!! We spent a lovely evening catching up over a meal where the waitress called us all "doll-baby" multiple times. Also enough said on that ...
... br> “squeezed” was a bad choice of words for that ride since it is long and we only
boarded the ride 15 minutes before our 4:00 dining reservation at Garden
Grill. As we exited the ride 15 minutes
AFTER our reservation and it was pouring down raining. We ran all the way to
the restaurant in the Land pavilion and were all quite soaked. But they did allow ...
... assist a customer. For example, brides can frequently find when trying on different wedding gowns that they like something from one gown and something else from another. This is where the best seamstresses can really assist by helping the bride to create a gown that contains all of the best properties of different bridal dresses that she likes. Finally, and this is the one tip that most individuals will not immediately appreciate is that ...
... movie ride (which was not so great), toy story and more. We also had fast pass for the Motor stunt show which looked great but that had to be cancelled last minute due to the storms and safety. As too did the fantasamic water and lights show later in the evening unfortunately. While we waited for the firework show we shared a funnel cake which is a cross between pancake batter and donut batter - it was awesome. The fireworks were well worth the wait ...
... the closest thing to full on jungle this trip had. Saw some wildlife, stayed on this tiny dot of land, camping in the wilderness, and also stayed at a Nicaraguan Military Base which was randomly nurturing a baby leopard. Spent 6 days out there, with a guide that wanted to cook about 300 meals a day (that did help with the anaemia and also the budget as Costa Rica was about to kill me) before returning to San Carlos where a group of people started proper tugging on my beard and ...