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... br> I’m rethinking now whether we go to Disneyland tomorrow or maybe move it to Sunday and do Kennedy Space Centre tomorrow, or the other option is to have a quiet day tomorrow, Kennedy Space Centre on Sunday and see if we can fit Disneyland in after the cruise. If we end up missing it, it won’t matter as we’ve been before on the West coast.
It was great to get back to the RV park tonight and have a hot spa. Very much ...
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 ...
... share a dining table with these morons for six more days. Disney sure knows how to turn that screw jut one more notch doesn't it?
Actually, that was not quite the end of our perfect day. We decided to take in the evening's live show. We queued on pulsatingly aching feet for half an hour only to be assailed by the most God-awful presentation of plastic headed dancers cavorting around to dire recorded music for ten minutes followed by a twenty minute lecture by the ...
... just work out as it had been pretty full on up till now.
I couldn't get to sleep and went outside at 2:00am, but something made me feel really nervous like there was a big grizzly bear about to eat me so i headed straight back inside - it was getting pretty cool ow too.
It was to be an early start tomorrow as we were going to go on a Cave Tour which were were told you need to book by 7:30 to get spots, this means another early morning.
... remarked that it was really dark outside, but nothing could prepare us for the reality of tropical storm Isaac (admittedly only a small part of it). The sky was blackened with endless clouds, and everything outside our doorway was hidden behind a sheet of monsoonal rain. The girls tiptoed about under an umbrella and I just sucked it up and began getting soaked - something we'd get very used to after our day. To make matters worse, after our awesome breakfast ...