Villager Lodge

Address: 3300 W. Colonial Dr., Orlando, Florida, 32808, United States | Motel
 
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Location

This motel, located in the Orlando West area of Orlando, is near TD Waterhouse Centre, SAK Comedy Lab, Florida Citrus Bowl Stadium, and Shoppes of West Church Street.
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Travel Blogs from Orlando

Orlando and Disney Day 1

A travel blog entry by lauraapple on Jun 16, 2015

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... sections are examples different places around the world. Their culture, traditions and food are all on display for guests to buy and experience. Around Epcot are rides with a futuristic or technology focus, like the test track and space mission simulator. The end of our time at Epcot finished with the Illusions lights and fireworks show based on travelling around the world. It's a spectacular show! Overall Epcot was cool to visit and a fun time. To finish up our day ...

Disney Magic Kingdom

A travel blog entry by didier.moutia on Jan 19, 2015

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... was really different to the norm and definitely worth doing.

Space Mountain is one of the oldest roller coasters ever and was an original feature of Disneyland/Disneyworld. Despite its age my kids rated it pretty highly compared to other roller coasters.

We watch the daily Disney Parade towards the end of the day. We are not big on parades but it is still impressive and you can see a lot of work and expense has gone ...

It's a Small World After All...

A travel blog entry by rm-adventures on Oct 01, 2014

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... br> We got smart when we realized that some restaurants were open and turned ourselves out of a zone line up (waiting for Germany and Brazil to open) and detoured into France for le petit dejeuner. I had the lightest quiche I have ever had and Marilyn ate some sort of exotic cheese bread (I am sure there is nothing exotic about it, it just looked that way) and... because we could... we shared a creme brulee for dessert. Hey, don't knock it. Show me the rule where you can't have ...

Jacksonville to Orlando

A travel blog entry by lloydsletloose on Sep 18, 2014

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... the mall, but we kept on slugging on in the heat, it was like an oven outside but a fridge indoors. We were about to give up when we established we actually were just around the corner from the mall. A pee stop was needed now, so we found the 'outback bar' to have a drink and relief. I had a rum punch cocktail at 4 usd, much more like it, Andy had a beer. The food looked good, they even had a bloomin onion which Cez & Nina have recommended. We decided best to try ...

Universal Studios, Florida

A travel blog entry by phil_anna on Jul 28, 2014

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... 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 ...

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