Super 8 Orlando International Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... t have been too bad! All in all we had a great day and it was a great way to unwind after our crazy week at the parks. Dinner was more of the awesome Picanha which capped off a great day. They next day we were able to enjoy a sleep in as our crazy park hopping part of the holiday was complete. The only item on the agenda for the day was a family BBQ held at Ryan's cousin Christy's place. The whole family gathered for the ...
... options selected were fruit parfait cup and Mickey ganache tarts. Cost for meal would have been $62.11if we weren't on the dining plan. Now it was time to get back to shopping. Kohl's was waiting for me and it was another successful shopping expedition. I found six new shirts for our upcoming summer vacation. Courtney discovered a cute owl wallet/change purse and Nancy found a few items as well. There was a 20% off total purchase coupon online if you logged in while in-store ...
... the Disney's Hollywood Studios,where my son could take photos with Mickey Mouse, the best show there was "Lights, motor, action" wich exhibits secrets about car action films.
The fourth day we headed for Cape Canaveral, because my son was interested in learning about NASA being the trigger for planning this trip the last year. There ...
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I am very excited for Heidi as she has worked very hard to bring her dreams alive. Her line of luxury, boutique hybrid of lingerie and swim wear - Lingerini - is pretty spectacular. Love the boy shorts and the lace. From the sounds of things, tides are turning and I predict great success rolling on shore for Heidi very shortly. It will be great to see her and spend some time together tonight and ...
... which took you to the adventure theme park next door. There was a red phone box and next to it Charing Cross, but as you went behind a hidden wall it took you down to Hogwarts village. With the wand shop selling 100s of different wands costing about 50 bucks each, but they came with a map of where the wands could be used (there were sensors set around, which were set off by the wands, this was clever and you could see everyone waving their wands about ) Next door ...