The Enclave Hotel & Suites
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Enclave Hotel & Suites Orlando
If you want a budget hotel in orlando this is the place, good rooms in a great location. they have free shuttle busses to Universal Studios and SeaWorld, and its about a 10 min walk to Wet & Wild water park. Don't expect luxury, this isn't a hotel for spending the day by the pool but for a good nights sleep, good location and good staff this is the place.
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We spent the day at Animal Kingdom, where Jenna works the majority of the time.
No rain today, but we did get a good splash soaking on the Kali River Raft ride.
Jenna provided many fun facts about her kingdom. The Lion King show was again a great show to see and Mt Everest coaster ride was a hit too.
We met several of Jenna's co-workers from various different countries and saw the 'stroller garage'.
We had a late night ...
... the Rock It coaster alone while the rest of us visited the DeLorean from Back to the Future so I could get the customary photo. The train from Back to the Future III was also there so several photos were taken! If only I could have sat inside, sigh. We also watched the Universal Parade which compared to Disney was pretty poor. About six floats and all children’s characters, no transformers or marvel stuff, not even the classic Universal characters ...
... grateful for the NHS. In the afternoon we explored the expo in the main hall, had a hand massage and my caricature drawn (not a likeness). Verity and I rounded off an exhausting (but brilliant) week with a trips to Harry Potter at Universal Studios. Amazing recreation of the films. With the added bonus that the leaky cauldron sold English food: fish and chips, jacket potato and beans, cottage pie, toad in the hole, sticky toffee pudding etc, yum. (Photos to follow-technical ...
... the closest thing to full on jungle this trip had. Saw some wildlife, stayed on this tiny dot of land, camping in the wilderness, and also stayed at a Nicaraguan Military Base which was randomly nurturing a baby leopard. Spent 6 days out there, with a guide that wanted to cook about 300 meals a day (that did help with the anaemia and also the budget as Costa Rica was about to kill me) before returning to San Carlos where a group of people started proper tugging on my beard and ...
... a problem with inside voices, but hey, nothing on this lot. I decided that they were just excited about heading to Busch gardens and to the Cheetah ride which they were going on first. The worlds oldest waitress did eventually crack a smile worthy of her tip when she thought that Indie had managed to eat a stack of 5 pancakes, only for it to vanish again when we told her that no, he had only managed 3 and that Dom had helped him out with the last 2.