once you start filling in your eyebrows you never go back
Last time I went, this past February, I stayed at the Best Western on International Drive. It was pretty good. Our room was clean. The hotel was a bit outdated, but it didn’t bother me. The location was perfect for us. It was about a 10 minute drive, with traffic, to Universal/IOA. They had free continental breakfast, and lots of places to eat nearby. The rate was $65/night ($76 including taxes+fees). I had searched for a couple days on expedia and kayak for hotels that had continental breakfast, and this was one of the nicer ones with a good price.
If you don’t care about continental breakfast, and want something cheap then you can try Seralago. I stayed at that one a couple times. This one is closer to Disney than Universal/IOA. About a 20 minute drive to Universal/IOA. The rate was $25/night ($29 including taxes+fees). Rooms were fairly clean, and I never saw any bugs in the rooms. You definitely get what you get what you pay for though.
Hope this helped! If not, I suggest looking on expedia and kayak. You can come across some good deals on those websites.
should have hit them with the stephanie tanner “how rude”
Did you say clouds and sunsets?
Excited about Universal Studios with my lady next month. Gonna get my butterbooze on and check out Diagon Alley.
Also checking out Halloween Horror Nights for the first time. I am quite the wuss so I’m pretty damn scared to say the least.
Remember when we were screaming from playing P.T.? We’re probably going to scream WAYYYY more than that. We can say goodbye to our voices. They’ll be husky the next day. We’re gonna sound like Emma Stone.
*Also checking out:
- New butterbeer mugs
- Escape from Gringotts
- Florean Fortescue’s Ice Cream Parlour
- Hogwarts Express