Days Inn Orlando North Of Universal Studios
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn Orlando North Of Universal Studios Edgewood
This place was okay, if was really close to universal studios which was good. The room was quite basic, but we only stayed there for two nights so that was okay
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... helpful. I love fire hydrants! They can be different colours & are maintained beautifully, as is everything here! * re the weather: the taxi drivers we have had have all said the weather is super hot in July & August and is cooler in September, although we have found it really hot. They said it cools significantly in October so if I was to come again I would definitely choose later, but again avoiding school/public holidays ...
... beast in one of the theatres. This was a shortened version (about half an hour long) of the broadway shows and was brilliant! The costumes were great as was the singing and dancing. After Owen going on the Aerosmith ride, we head for the Tower of terror. This is where you get strapped into a haunted lift which then takes you up 13 stories high and then drops you like the cable had snapped. You fall faster than gravity before being lifted back to ...
Express checkout from Cabana Bay, taxi down the road to pick up our car (Chrysler 200), road trip down the Florida Turnpike (a major arterial tollway road) to Fort Lauderdale. Got into Fort Lauderdale (3 and a half hours - 346 km) around 2 pm. Couldn't check in until 2 pm (in addition to the late check in time, their system was down so they were unable to check room statuses). We had a drink and some lunch at the hotel bar, went for a wander over the road to the ...
... With Matt preferring to try on every pair of trainers in the Nike store.
Quote of the day was when one member of the party (I will not name names) said "Oh look, there is a Tommy Hillfinger store". Yes that was Hillfinger with an N. We thought it good enough to rename the store Hillfingers and even managed to spend some money in there too.
When eventually the will to shop had deserted us and exhaustion had set in we headed home to sort through our ...
... which will include a London scene, diagonal alley and a train that will link the two parks. I think Walt Disney would be shacking in his cryovac chamber!! Universal was struggling in the competition with WDW, but with Harry Potter and some excellent roller coasters and cutting edge 3/4D rides at Universal Studios, they have the edge we think. After two very big days, the weary crew headed over to WDW. We stayed on site at Fort Wilderness ...