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Speaking of great jobs, being a travel writer is one of the best ever. Maybe it is the best ever. I’ve had some pretty facinating stops on my career path. There was the car detailing, the selling vacuum cleaners, and the lawn mowing. Nowadays, I am afforded the chance to travel around with my partner in crime and explore all manner of interesting places. This time we stopped for a couple of days at the Hard Rock Hotel in sunny Orlando, Florida. If you find you’re heading that way, don’t be afraid to stop in for a spell. You’re worth it.
Hard Rock Hotel Agenda
- Breakfast: The Kitchen has a breakfast buffet that will make you slap your mama. Being from Alabama, we’re kinda funny about sausage gravy and there’s is some of the best this side of the Lonesome Highway. The first day was eggs with spinach and the next day it was Denver style. Boomcicles. Even the biscuits were fluffy. We sat out by the pool, looking over our agenda and getting ready for the day. Bloggers use this time to send out tweets and posts so we always look quite busy. Sipping coffee, outside in the cool morning and enjoying breakfast by the Hard Rock Hotel pool. Be job ever?
- Lunch: The Beach Club is a perfect place to grab a shady perch and an order of chicken nachos. You can wander out and dangle your toes in their football field sized swimming pool or sink back into a lawn chair and wait for the waitress to come find you like a lost Easter egg. No thanks ma’am. We’re fine for now with this giant blue drink in the volcano glass. Is that Nancy Sinatra being blasted through the outdoor speakers? Surely, those boots are made for walkin.
- Dinner: Universal CityWalk® is a short boat ride or a walk along their manicured garden trail from the hotel and close to the legendary burgers at Hard Rock Cafe Orlando. You can pick up a pair of glowing drum sticks while you’re there. Who doesn’t need that? If that’s not enough rock-n-roll for you, then head back to the hotel. For sleep? Never. Call down to the lobby and have them send up one of their twenty Fender electric guitar models available to guests. It comes with a headphone amp so you can crush it while you watch the guitar lesson channel. Punch me in the stomach!
The Hard Rock Hotel is perfect for your needs. That’ s if your needs involve slurping sausage gravy and relaxing poolside just on this side of a coma. Mine do. Visit their website and follow their social media sites on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.