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... close. We watch the sea lion show which is quite funny they bring out a massive walrus at the end. We have never seen anything so big! We come across the sting ray pool where you are allowed to touch the sting rays which reece and Jenson think is great. Just about to meet Dolphins when it absolutely pours down. So off to ...
... I might have screamed like a baby & closed my eyes on the way down at the same time as I clutched the brace & clenched my pelvic floor. I might have but you will never see the photo. And then we finally arrived at Hogwarts & Hogsmeade. It is AMAZING!!! I cannot talk it up enough! We initially ventured down into Hogsmeade & straight away went into Ollivanders where the shopkeeper put on a great magic display while assisting a young member of the audience to choose his ...
... our way to the park and a bit of trouble with the signs actually getting into the park itself. When we finally managed to park it was really easy. Parking up we were directed to the towards the Monorail, I have to say it was my favourite ride. Oh and the frontier train that circumnavigates Disneyland of course.
Once inside, after some tense queuing we made our way via the frontier train to Adventure land. This is where ...
... Australian Lamb Chops for Australia day (we figured it was already Australia day at home so were feeling patriotic). We then went and had a spa to finish off the day.
The same cold that Darren had yesterday has started to take hold of me today. I wasn’t feeling so hot today. Hopefully we can both shake this before the cruise. Thankfully we don’t have to get on another plane for about 10 days or ...
... different to NYC with lots of open spaces...very grand and monumental. The Smithsonian museum of Air and Space was fascinating, as was the Capital Building and reflecting pool, the Washington Monument which has sustained some earthquake damage, so had scaffolding all around it. We passed a bronze sculpture called Angles of Mercy depicting three nurses and a wounded soldier from the Vietnam War. It was next to the war memorial, which was ...