Our next stop on our travel agent education program was the new Sapphire Falls Resort at Universal Orlando. This beautiful resort has 1000 rooms available. They have kids suites where the kids will have a separate room with twins beds and their own television right off the main room so they are not able to exit to the hallway on their own.
The pool area is beautiful and there are private cabanas available for daily rentals.
I also enjoyed dinner and a rum tasting at one of their restaurants, Strong Water Tavern.
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The first tour of our agent education trip was to Royal Caribbean's Oasis of the Seas. The ship was huge! We were able to explore the public areas and see a few different staterooms. I was impressed with how many different options there were for dining and entertainment. You will always be able to find something to do!
I am happy to answer any questions!
I have returned from a 6 day trip to Walt Disney World for a travel agent education program. It was a very busy and informative trip and I have a lot to share.
We were fortunate enough to stay at the Grand Floridian for the 5 nights of our trip. It was my first time ever at the resort.
The property is beautiful and it is only one monorail stop away from the Magic Kingdom. It is also so convenient to resort hop over to the Contemporary or Polynesian for shopping and dining.
I have been a huge Disney and travel fan since childhood. I love going to new places and, of course, heading to Disney as often as I can.