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Mum and Dad got up at 6:30am to get everything ready for our trip to the airport.
Dad came in at 7am and woke me and Brigitte up. It was so early. I just wanted to stay in bed. Anyway, we got sorted and then said goodbye to Jeremy and Katie. We have had such a good time in Palm Beach. Meeting Mikey and Coco was great and hopefully we will be able to email them and stay in touch.
The traffic was pretty bad going to Miami but Dad ...
... of the jet had to be airlifted in, for the whole three minutes that this set was used in the final cut), and also Falls Lake (a giant 'ocean' with a blue screen, used in Jaws Revenge, Hulk, Apollo 13, Bruce Almighty, Pirates of the Caribbean At World's End, Revenge and The Hunger Games Catching Fire water scenes).
This finished the behind-the-scenes portion of the tour, when it was then time to hit up the rides. As VIP guests, it meant we got to go straight to ...
... had hours to go but not enough by my watch! Still so much to do! This time we pull out our awesome front of line passes feeling all important and away we go straight to the front of the line and into the short queue waiting for the doors to open to the ride. Another simulation, we enter a roller coaster with the Simpsons family with a giant Maggie and crazed fiend, Sideshow Bob. This one is 4D with lots of movement and smells. It leaves you feeling like you have ...
... potential members to audition their prestidigitation skills before being accepted. Some of the elite members include the likes of David Copperfield, Doug Jennings and Neil Patrick Harris. I had the great honour of attending The Magic Castle with my family thanks to my Uncle Neil Boyle approximately 30 years ago. One must have connections to experience this privileged evening of fine food, wine and magic performance. We were ALL ecstatic to ...
... office which provided a guide to seeing the covered bridges of the area.These varied in size and structure but were interesting and attractive remnants of mainly early 20th century building.
We started in the town at the Centennial Bridge. This had been built in 1987 to commemorate the centenary of the town . This is small and only for pedestrians but is typical of the constructions. We then drove a short way to a Swing Bridge. This is not covered but ...