We left right around five o’clock from South Carolina, arrived at “Longhorn’s Buffet Steakhouse” in Walterboro and it was just down right nasty. That would have to be the worst food that I have ever eaten in my entire life. We thought once we get into Jacksonville, Florida we will stop but we need to go ahead and get to Jacksonville unless we get really tired. We rode along the interstate and found an exit to get off and find a hotel in Jacksonville. We stopped at a Ramada Hotel Inn in Jacksonville. My husband, Derek, went in to check in around nine-thirty and my daughter, Madison, and I waited in the car. While we were waiting, my daughter and I were observing the place and what we seen wasn’t pleasent AT ALL. There was a man in the back of a police car, he was staring at us, and I didn’t like that one bit. Derek got our room my daughter and I both agreed that we just wanted to find a different hotel, location or just drive straight to Orlando. Derek went and cancelled our room we just decided to drive straight to Orlando. We arrived in Orlando at our nice hotel called the Wyndham Hotels and Resorts at midnight and checked into a really nice room. In our room we had a bunk bed (basically Madison had her own room) and Derek and I had large king size bed. The pool never closed, it was open ALL night and ALL day. Madison really wanted to go swim so from twelve-thirty until about one-thirty we swam and hung out at the pool. We had a nice time at the resort besides having some key issues for 2 nights of our stay.
We decided to visit Epcot on Friday since they did close late that day. (We did not make it to closing)
We got to Epcot first thing in the morning so the lines was not bad. We rode everything that we could possibly think of riding. I wanted to play the Kim Impossible game but I was exhaushted so we passed on that one. My favorite was Soarin. I would love to do that ride again one day.
We spent the next day at Magic Kingdom. Madison really enjoyed it there more than Epcot. Madison really loved Thunder Mountain, she rode it 3 times. Madison and her dad rode the log ride, I passed on that one. The most we waited in line was 20 mintues. We arrived early that morning and left right after the afternoon parade at 4. It was a little too hot for me, I think going during the fall/ early spring would be a lot better time because of the weather.
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