Days Inn North Orlando
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... of the first
block of rooms so convenient to the elevator to the pool and laundry and
restaurants and a perfect savanna view. And it was READY so we grabbed our luggage and moved in!! The kids loved trying their magic bands to open the door to the room. The kids also love the bunk beds and having their own space although it looks like there will
need to be some sharing when it comes to the top bunk ...
Christmas Vacation Day 6 After breakfast, Kylee and I drove into St. Cloud for some after Christmas shopping. We picked up dome lighted garland four the outside of our house and bulbs. Of course we saved 50% off. It Didn't take long for Kylee to get tired. By the time I pulled out of the parking lot, she was asleep. Most of our day today was spent doing nothing and it was great. Kaleb spent another four hours today ...
... some wine and champagne.
We had dinner at one of the 3 fine dinning restaurants on the hotel property. It's called Narcoossee's. It is a great seafood restaurant overlooking the lake. We couldn't get a reservation so we sat at the bar and were able to order from the full dinner menu. Our bartender, Charlie, has been working for Disney for 21 years and we really enjoyed talking ...
On our second park-day we went to seaworld. When we arrived we started with a rollercoaster, but the coasters were not our first priority. We wanted to watch the animal shows and so we did. We saw the dolphin-show, the shamu(orca)-show, the sealion-show, the animal-shelter show and because we liked it so much again the dolphin-show. We stayed the whole day at seaworld and we liked it very ...
... when you are 7 was a bit much for Orlanda and she was pretty spooked out. After we made it out we found it was so late that the Electrical Parade had started and as we wanted to get out of the park before the crowds we didn't stay t watch it, but managed to have a sneaky peek as we walked down main street to the exit, then it was time to say a fond farewell to the Magic Kingdom, although I can't help but feel it's only a "see you later" not a "goodbye".