La Quinta Inn Orlando - Universal Studios
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... a small locally owned restaurant right across the street (Beach Shanty Cafe) so we decided to check it out. It was fantastic! Of course Morgan wanted to wear her Birthday pin from Disney World all day, so the waitress knew it was her birthday and made her a special Minnie Mouse pancake!
The smiles continued as we found the beautiful, amazing, white, silky sand beach. The hotel was running a kids obstacle course and M, even though she was half the size of any of the other ...
... and change our booking for dinner tonight as we decided to have a Chinese. This was a tortuous process culminating with the person on the other end of the line saying - you have a really magical evening! I refrained from commenting.
The Chinese was good and we saw the Magic Kingdom illuminated which was very good.
I leave you tonight with one fervent and heartfelt wish for tomorrow -
HAVE A NICE DAY!
... animals out of lego and simulating their natural habitat makes it a real winner.
Olivier loved the Beetle Bounce, a small drop ride and all the kids enjoyed the Lost Kingdom Adventure. Lost Kingdom is a shooting adventure and you compete against each other by shooting as many targets as the ride takes you through different lego sets.
Lego City was a huge hit. The kids were excited to get their Ford Driving ...
... one man's dream presentation. With the magic quickly fading we were at crossed wires for dinner & ended up taking Jordan to his Walmart dream...where he quickly realised it was a Big W with groceries. Jordan had Maccas, Jase got a pizza & I tried another one of Jordan's American dreams - a White Castle slider! Well I couldn't do it in one, more like 4 - 6 bites, but surprisingly good for a microwaved burger! Ah America - the easiness of eating food that's heaps bad for ...
... well go now. This was also definitely worth the wait. Like the Minions, the Simpsons and Spiderman, it was a simulator ride, but it moved around on a track whilst you were watching different screens or moving through different parts of the castle. Really entertaining stuff!
I was about to go on the Dragon Challenge (a roller coaster where two trains 'race' each other) but it was temporarily closed, so we sat down and tucked into the chocolate frog ...