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... boat, monorail)
· Avoid most crowded/uncomfortable periods.
- Monday-Thursday are most crowded (Friday-Sunday are typically travel days to and from Orlando)
- Build in rest periods around midday
- Return to hotel for lunch/swim/nap
- Head ...
... five feet in length. He said it was a cottonmouth. Another 100 yards along we saw several young, two-foot long gators sunning themselves.
We ultimately ended up at Big John's spot. He was a huge, fourteen foot long gator. Much like the first gator, Big John did not move.
Shortly after that we ended up at our starting point. We gave Cap'n Bill a tip as we left the boat. We all very much enjoyed the tour. I would highly recommend it to anyone.
Today we drove home from Montgomery. We left at 7:20 AM and 43 degrees. We dressed as if it was 75 degrees because we knew that by the time we reached Florida, we would be miserable in genes. The early morning drive took us through small towns in Alabama. And we witnessed a lot of poverty. Many houses were run down and falling down, some abandoned by the roadside, and many people were living in old rusty single wide trailers. Life seemed better in Troy, a larger ...
... man. After the tour I hopped on a monorail to Epcot to meet the family and have a Japanese lunch at Tokyo dining. We pretty much all went for the tempura chicken and shrimp combo, which was beautifully presented and tasted good but was somehow slightly unfulfilling (you kind of knew you'd be hungry again later) but an enjoyable experience nonetheless. The rest of the day was spent enjoying a selection of Epcot fun until it was time for tired children to flop from bus to ...
... began to drizzl so they closed it - and we wandered back to Test Track.
Then Matt came and I rode - so another 20 miutes for poor patient Duncan. The boys were impressed they managed to design the most powerful car possible (scoring 99 for power)
Then off to the World Showcase for our first proper visit. We wandered through Mexico and started exploring Norway with a visit to the ...