Coral Cay Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... potatoes, broccoli, a salad and topped it off with warm brownies with ice cream and whipped cream. We settled everyone down to watch the Lego Movie with some pop corn but before too long everyone was falling asleep. It was only 9:15. We will have to get use to this time change. We expect that everyone will be up pretty early tomorrow.
Reese and Kristin decided that their Disney days would be Tuesday and Friday as they were suppose to be days ...
... beach. So the wave pool was our home for 5 hours, with brief intermissions to the lazy river (i really liked this...went on for ever and was calm and cool!), and various slides and shoots. Thankfully a threatening thunder storm with lightening closed the pool temporarily and allowed us to drag the kids away for lunch at 4pm. Enough sun for us today! The rest ...
The great thing about jet lag is that you get up early. In our case about 5.30am. It was decided that a buffet brekkie was exactly what our bodies needed and off we trotted to Sizzler. All you can eat for $6. A great start to the whole Floridian experience.
After we had eaten far more than was necessary and certainly more than was healthy off we trotted to start our rest day with a bit of shopping. First stop Walmart, I'm pretty sure that ...
... came the salad, which was decent enough. To this point much was the same as other dining excursions. When the sides platter came we knew something was odd. Included was a dozen chicken wings, fire grilled and seasoned with coriander and other spices, (one of our favorites), enough teriyaki glazed noodles to be a meal itself, grilled vegetables of an equal size, and Asian pork dumplings which numbered six. We could have stopped here and been fed ...
... further and realised that there was a red carpet laid out for us and behind railings were people pretending to be fans. They were all shouting and cheering, taking photos of us and asking for our autographs whilst holding banners saying 'nurses rock' and 'magnet nurses rule' etc. It was really surreal and felt quite strange. We proceeded further into the park and were met by lines and lines of people all dancing to what can only be described as a modern day equivalent of the Macarena. ...