Red Roof Inn Orlando - International Drive/Convention Center
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... arrival in central Florida. Today was our last day on the bus. The tour is now over. From New York to Orlando we covered a lot of ground (7700km) in 16 days! Once we checked in to our new hotel for the next 8 days we headed straight for Downtown ...
... where they test out your spell casting, then I went and brought my own (Holly, 9 inches, Unicorn Hair if anyone cares!). What makes the wands cool though is that they are interactive around the park. You can cast spells in spots marked out on the floor, and the way you move the wand determines the spell and if done correctly unlocks doors, tips water buckets over, makes flowers open and so on and so on. My inner child had a great time!
... Kingdom. There are a few advantages to staying on site- you get
early entry or are able to stay late at a different park each day, parking at
all the parks is included or you can catch the resort transportation and you
are also able to book fast passes. This is a system that allows you to pre book
ride times for three rides in a particular park for a certain time, so when the
time comes round you just swipe your magic band on the reader and can bypass
... Alley pass the shops to another roller coaster the dragon racer. Went into the Jurassic Park themed area for lunch, ordered a turkey leg each, they came out the size of a rounders bat keeping in touch with the prehistoric theme. Pushing George around the Jurassic park play area managed to snap the front wheel of the wheelchair off, left it there looking very sorry for itself whilst an assistant bought us another one to continue around the park, he also managed to give us VIP ...
... spring. On the surface, this part definitely looked as though it had changed current. We had decided to head up to another spring instead of Tallahasse. This meant that we could drive through a national forest and stay in a cheap campsite. The drive through the forest was so luscious and was much more interesting than a highway; this made it so much more worthwhile! Unfortunately, we arrived at the spring too late and it was closed! Pretty annoying as it was in the middle of ...