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Today we went to boggie creak which is a airboat ride in the Everglades to try and spot some alligators we seen a couple... So pleased we did go, it was really good..... Then we went to seaworld and just done all there really big rides, the girls are so ...
... attraction which involves designing your own roller coaster. After it I'd designed you board a virtual reality robot which puts your design into motion. It's pretty cool! We hit the world Showcase for a bit, the kids playing the interactive agent P game and the grown ups enjoying a few cocktails and snacks. It began to rain as we headed to the Garden Grill for dinner and we were a bit dismayed to learn that test track was shut ...
... robes.. Prized props for photos in Diagon Alley (see attached!!). By the time we had done the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, it was time to return to Universal. We walked through both parks and saw the end of their day parade. Phillip and Shannon had to get to a night time rehearsal so Emily and I lines up for a huge ride where you chose your music to listen to for the ride! By the time we had done that, we were both boiling hot and exhausted, and with a flight in ...
... headed out to explore Coconut Grove, and most importantly of all buy some sunglasses. It was a beautiful morning – and we stopped in the local park and looked out over the boating harbour, and then found a playground where the kids larked around for a bit. We then headed back to the hotel and Ru took the guys for a swim. Lucas found it a bit cold and deep, but Chloe loved it and happily splashed around with her life jacket on, and Phoebe jumped around and ...
... At the end of the screening the Atlantis was shown on the screen … but it looked odd….then it hit me, the Atlantis was behind a “silk” screen which then was raised to reveal it in all its glory – again it was HHUUUUGGGGE!!!
We could see all the numbered tiles and the special “blanket” on the craft. How that thing ever got off the ground let alone came back safely is beyond me. ...