Intown Suites Orlando South
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... space travel. I have to say, glad I did it, but NEVER again. The "G" forces are so strong that you can feel your skin on your face moving. I actually got a bit nauseated for 5 seconds or so. I have never felt this on a ride. Good thing Ron didn't go. The rest of the park had informative and fun rides and some of the exhibits could use updating.
Magic Kingdom, is well Magic Kingdom. Some of the rides were a ...
... is done you enter the main exhibit space where you see a Saturn V rocket. Nothing can describe how impressive this thing is. The building also holds some artifacts from the Apollo Mission, most noteworthy are.
1. A piece of moon rock you can touch.
2. The space suit Alan Shepard wore on the moon complete with moon dust still on it.
3. The return capsule recovered from Alan Shepard's ...
... rescues' But other than a few ladies wearing their breasts as earrings - we truly have seen all shapes & seizes. We left mid afternoon to face the horrible reality of packing! After 10 days in one place it's a bit crazy to think we still have 8 or 9 other places to stay but only for a few days each. We'd worked our way through the duty free alcohol so Jase took the car to the 'liquor store' - I was a bit worried that he had gotten lost (leave hotel, ...
... and we exited the train in Hogsmeade (the original Wizarding World of Harry Potter based at the top of Islands of Adventure).
Islands of Adventure is set out in different islands (funnily enough), with each island having its own theme, and all the islands connecting with bridges. As we arrived in Hogsmeade in the middle of the afternoon, we had a quick walk around but left before going on any rides as we would come back to them later when it was a ...
... same, it was fascinating to be given this second chance to view these unusual creatures.
Finally we arrived at Mission: Space. This is an interactive ride that allows you to fulfill your fantasy of being an astronaut . Before we boarded the 'vessel' we were split into teams of four, 'briefed' by an actor who played our mission captain and were allocated one of four roles: the navigator, pilot, commander or engineer. We were given the ...