Red Roof Inn Orlando - International Drive/Convention Center
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... small world, the carousel and splash
mountain. I also managed to get reservations for lunch at Be our Guest(Beauty
and the beast) which is one of the most hotly contested places to be able to
eat at. We had a very long first day as the park was open to 12am, we didn’t
make it until 12am but 1030pm which was
a pretty good effort (that was 12hours in the park).
Over the next few days we visited Animal Kingdom, Hollywood
Studios and ...
... Luck is on our side as the wait time for "child swap" riders is only 10 minutes. I love that the waiting area for child swap has a small room where you can watch Harry Potter movies. The ride was awesome and really surprised by how well done the simulator was. (In my opinion, it's better than Escape from Gringrotts) Unfortunately, my babes were too young (my eldest could have, but I know better than to "freak him out.").
Hogsmeade is small, and I can easily see how ...
... were plenty of multi million dollar mansions, lots of them almost a hundred years old. It was interesting to see how the old money families used to live in this area and of course it gives us something to aim for! We then drove out to St Cloud and Kissimme for lunch, stopping at an amazing place for Philly Cheese Steak subs. A real heart attack on a plate though! We'd planned to explore some more ...
... very start in 1969, through it's first flight 12 years later. It was really enjoyable, there was a fair bit of patriotism and America is leading the way in space (there was a lot of this throughout the day), but even as a non American I found it quite a moving experience, especially when the back of the theatre opened up to look out at Atlantis. Not a replica, not a model, not a 3d image, but the actual space shuttle Atlantis, veteran of 33 missions and the last shuttle ...
... us all….grr!
As the gates opened, we once again raced through to the Harry Potter ride, but the queue was huge…we did however end up in line with our new friends, who also ended up in our cart. It was their first time on it and seemed to thoroughly enjoy themselves – they were squealing and giggling like caricatures of themselves, but it was hilarious to us! After the Hogwarts ride, we headed over to the Dragon Challenges again (we're creatures ...