Mission Inn Resort & Club
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... up to our “VIP Tour” at Westgate Villas, 1 mile from
Disney. (Oh I can tell you a lot more facts about Westgate from
sitting through it all but I won't bore you!). Our representative
came to meet us and take us upstairs for food at 11.45am. The kids
hadn't eaten breakfast in anticipation of a buffet one instead but
disappointment was to follow. Breakfast was until 11am, then it was
lunch and lunch was terrible! Especially considering they want you ...
September 9th – day 128
Universal day two was another great
one. It started at 8.30am again and finished at 9.15pm getting back
to the RV park just before 10pm. In early afternoon we walked back to
the RV to avoid the heat, rest up for a few hours, have an early
dinner cooked in the RV and gear up to stay later so we could see the
end of evening presentation of fireworks etc....
... too and the announcement was made that they have to close the pools and rides!! We decided to stick it out ....went for a drink ---lots of people left which was great for us as 30mins later it all re opened and minimal queues!! Stayed for a couple of hours then back to the hotel quickly before heading to Hollywood Studios for FROZEN show (Tabitha was in her element and Zac was seen singing away too!!) and then Fantastic Fireworks xx A long day but a great one ...
... time. We had a pleasant meal at the restaurant in this resort/gated community. $50 for 3 of us including 2 beers, C******nays, cokes and tip. Tomorrow we expect we will go to the Disney Water Parks (Zoe 's choice). One of the major ways these theme parks make money is via parking. Both Legoland and Disney charge $17 for parking (you can pay more for preferential parking (ie closer or possibly some shade) but we like the ...
... powerful jaws, encircled
the marshlands, and guzzled the turkey dogs we threw them. There were even some birds who were either renacting Mission Impossible or had a death wish who decided to stand on the backs of these intimidating predators! We also met the most formidable resident of Gatorland, called Chester, 13.5 feet long, weighing 1,000 pounds. Apparently he liked eating dogs. Wouldn't want to mess with him! Thankfully, he was safely behind a thick wall of glass. There ...