Remington Inn

Address: 450 Douglas Avenue, Altamonte Springs, Florida, 32714, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 450 Douglas Avenue, Altamonte Springs, is near Maitland Art Center, Casselberry Golf Club, The Links at 434, and Holocaust Memorial Center Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Altamonte Springs

Blue Man Group

A travel blog entry by peterhudson on Aug 03, 2015

We had been excited about this for quite some time. I remember seeing the blue man group on TV a long time ago, and thinking how clever the act was and how much is like to see them. We debated whether to actually go ahead and see them - the tickets were actually quite expensive. However, we figured this would probably be our only opportunity to see them and it seemed like too good an opportunity to let go by. Oh, and also the fact that Amelia had ...

The Magic Kingdom

A travel blog entry by gmgw2014 on Jul 27, 2015

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Cameron's choice of Park for our first day was Disney's Magic Kingdom. We set off in glorious sunshine. On arrival we walked up Main Street USA and headed through Liberty Square to the ride called It's a Small World to the delight of Iain. Cameron wanted Kirsty to experience this ride! For those of you who have not been it is very colourful depicting lots of different countries by small people and the music goes on and on we rode around in a ...

Hollywood, Food Markets Back to the 60s and Gloop

A travel blog entry by allie.boler on Jun 16, 2015

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... the food truck. I became very cheery at this point but sadly the food was straight downhill from there.
One funny thing about this market was the unmistakable 60s vibe starting with a lady singing whose entire folk repertoire was Dylan, Joan Baez etc etc. Then lots of crystal sellers and the apex a chap selling cacao beans. Lucy dragged me over to talk to him and ...man.... it was a trip....man..... he told me all about how the bean ...

Day 8: Epcot

A travel blog entry by b.wing on May 13, 2015

2 comments, 16 photos

... China. Bought a few souvenirs. Had a great croque glacé in France. Ice cream and raspberry sauce inside a brioche and then toasted in a sort of waffle iron. Huge and delicious. I will add a photo. Sara's dive was pretty cool. And she got a free shirt out of it! In the videos you will see lots of bubbles, but don't worry, they are coming out of the right end. We finished with late supper at Seasons in The Land ...

Wet & wild at Wet & Wild!

A travel blog entry by ourbigadventure on Sep 23, 2014

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We all slept in late today & as the forecast was once again for a high probability of storms* in the afternoon, we decided we would go back to Wet & Wild. The boys wanted me to go on some of the rides there with them, so I agreed as I realised there were lots of different shapes & sizes parading around there and mine size & shape were not going to stand out. However I hadn't packed a swimsuit, so we walked around ...