Travelodge Orlando Downtown Centroplex
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... like a jungle and has life sized animals throughout the restaurant. The animals in many cases move and every so often you have a short storm simulation in the restaurant complete with lightening. It is a busy restaurant so get there early. We would have also like to do the TREX Restaurant. It also looks amazing but time was against us!
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... One thing if you are going to the parks for big thrill rides with loops and inversions and high speed fun go to Universal Studio or Busch Gardens as they have the real hands in the air screamers(we are going to be there for three days starting Friday). While Disney has good rides they are more family orientated with mild thrills not the heart stopping butt clenching terror ...
Sunday 28th July
Of all the theme parks in Orlando, we'd settled on Disney and Universal as the major ones to see. Our final day saw us trying to cram the Universal Studios and Universal Islands of Adventure into a single day. Many people had said it can be done, but they were talking from experience from years previously. None of the people telling us this had been in the past 3 weeks, since the new Wizarding World of Harry Potter had opened, which ...
... my bed.
We watched a love and marriage show one night, I haven't laughed so *************g time. The got the oldest married couple up on stage as well as the newly married (they got married that day on the cruiseship) plus one more couple. Then they asked them all questions, the things that the oldest couple said were more than entertaining!! No secrets there.
In the piano bar some nights they had sing a longs. ...
... pushed her to some shady seating and we sat enjoying the afternoon sunshine until it was time to go to Raglan Road.
Actually it was all fine. The pub atmosphere is very manufactured, and for some the "Oirishness" of it would be too much. But the food was hearty and plentiful and there were musicians and Irish dancers performing sporadically whilst we ate. The only issue was that they seated us at a really tall table with bar stools to sit on. Min got ...