When we got to Alamo car rentals we saw the man at the counter and he did all of the normal things like going through contact details, license numbers and destinations then he gave us our choice of cars a Chevrolet Impala or something else. We told the guy we had booked a Mustang and he looked a bit confused and told us that Alamo didn't even carry Mustangs he offered us a similar car but it was at an extra cost so we just took the Impala, it's a four door sedan similar to a Mitsubishi 380, nowhere close to a Mustang and far from as good as my Falcon. We finally hit the road and I drove down the main highway of towards Orlando, we decided that it was that scenic so we headed east to drive down the coastal highway, it seemed like a good idea but that was just as boring so we stop for lunch. After lunch we through up the idea of driving the coastal highway to the Kennedy Space Centre but decided that it would add to much time to our drive so we got back on the main highway and drove to Orlando, our GPS was extremely helpful except for the last 2 miles when it got a little confused because the highways were so close to each other but we finally got to our motel. When we got to our motel and checked in, through down our bags and turned on our TV only to see that there was a shuttle launch in 1 hour 50 minutes. Without exaggerating we were in the room for less than 10 minutes probably less than 5 minutes, straight back in the car and down to the Space Centre it took about 90 minutes (20 minutes to spare for those who don't like maths). We found somewhere to park and walked down to the shore where everyone was watching, with a few radios in the background and a few nearby cloud storms making a move over head. Then with about 10 minutes before launch we got the bad news that NASA had cancelled the launch due to the clouds and the risk of lightning. We went back to the car and headed home... slowly. It took 2 and a half hours to make it back, then we watched the end of 'In Bruges' and went to bed. The next day was a lot better because we went to the happiest place in the world, Disney World. We went to the Blizzard Beach, one of two water parks at Disney World, it has a 120 foot water slide and you reach 60mph (approx 95 km/h) when you go down it, so we started on that and the line was about 25 minutes we went back latter in the day and the line was over an hour. We spent most of the day here and got back at about dinner time and went to Sizzler, yes it's still in business in the US. We drove to the airport the next day and handed back our car after 594 miles of driving and flew to Dallas only to find that our connecting flight had been over booked, they started offering travel vouchers for people who would give up their seat and take the next flight so we said we would take the $300 vouchers and get the later flight. We sat down and waited for the plane to board and we were called up to the desk and told that there were still seats so we could go back on, so we didn't get our vouchers.