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... him on a bike and said "You should take that dog to the White House and let him poop on that lawn!!!" I laughed for 5 minutes. After all of the rhetoric on the news these days, it hit my funny bone. I guess that guy has been listening to the same stuff as we have.
We arrived home at 4:45 and it felt good to see a familiar place. Beamer was thrilled and showed his enthusiasm. We spent the rest of the day trying to get reorganized.
Final comments ...
... children of their orange juice and chocolate milk (which was actually a mistake as we thought we were ordering normal milk - but the boys were over the moon with the mistake!!) They were impressed with the service in the resturant too - the waitress gave us 4 cookies "for the children" before we left
Matt then rang the management people to explain our mistake and they said we could go back ...
... in the company of fellow witches and wizards, gayly swapping chocolate frog cards and playing 'guess the flavour' with your new friend, Mr Bertie Bott. After, handa stagger out in a stomach of moving chocolate, beer and digesting jelly, into dervish and banges for a gander at more Wizarding fare and a ride on a wheeled hippogriff is enough for A to say, as if it's been hours: 'pint at the three broomsticks?' to which H replies: 'sure.' And you ...
... got excited at the sight of Minnie and actually got in a picture with her. Kody on the other hand was excited to have a chance to give hugs and high fives to all of the characters. Of course his favorite is Donald so this is who got most of his affection. About half way through the meal there was a dance off where we all could swing our napkins overhead, Kody decided to join in the fun when he saw Mickey dancing and swinging his napkin as well.
... the fresh Copper River salmon grilled on a cedar plank and accompanied by fresh veggies, was incredible. It was buttery and not at all fishy, with just enough crisp crust. I was too full for dessert (although the berry cobbler sounded great) so I finished with a coffee and Frangelico.
I was so pleased with this experience; on our last couple of Disney trips dining had gone downhill and felt rushed during many meals. This, however, was ...
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