Legacy Dunes Condominium
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... The food was good and we treated ourselves to “the gray stuff” and it was “delicious”. After dinner, you have the opportunity for a photo with The Beast. That was nice, but what do you say to The Beast?
After leaving BOG, we lined up for the fireworks show “Wishes”. What we could see of the show was great, but we didn’t see a lot of it. Too many kids on shoulders, tablets taking ...
Today we hired a car to go to the Kennedy Space Center (it wasn't a cool car!). When we got there, we saw six massive rockets that weren't used. After that we went into a big building were we did a simulator of a launch, it was really really bumpy. We next went to the angry birds space building were we did a laser room where you have to miss the lasers. Peter did it in 1min 29 seconds and touched 2 lasers, I did it in 2 minutes and 49 seconds ...
... hoped! Mum and Michael got some bargains, then we headed over to Anika and Shawn's house for a barbecue. There was masses of food and lots of beer, which helped a lot when we played Heads Up. Obviously us girls won! Another fun day spent with the family. ...
We woke up later today and so were 25 minutes later getting into Islands of Adventure for the day. It really made a huge difference, and we were further back in the queue than we had been yesterday. We got talking to a couple of gay guys from California who were stood behind us in the queue, and shared with them the secrets for hitting the rides to minimise queuing times. They also were really good to ***** with when a South African woman with four kids blatantly pushed in ...
... of card printed on one side only, and the wine list which was the size and weight of an encyclopaedia. I quickly skimmed through the many pages of what was entitled "your guide to the pleasures of wine from around the world" and saw the cheapest wine was a Chilean Merlot at $45 (about £30). Now I can get a bottle of this plonk from my local Tesco for £4.99 and there was no way I was paying these exorbitant prices, especially as there did not appear to be a top end to ...