Arnold Palmer's Bay Hill Lodge
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... but I had a great day laying in the water and soaking up the sun lying in a beach chair in the shallows. We ended off the afternoon with a beer at a local dive bar and then had a quick nap before going for drinks at a spot down the road. Once again everyone was buggered and looked forward to the nights rest. Orlando had flown by and before long we were packing up the condo to head for Charleston, ...
... were $150 on sale for $29.99. Deal! So we both bought a female and male pair and off we went. We went from store to store and browsed around however were quite controlled.
It was now 1pm and time for lunch, so we went to the food court and had subway. We checked out a few more stores, but didn't really find anything much that we wanted, so we decided to head back as it was going to take another 2 hours to get home. Caught the 3x bus system back to our hotel and ...
... blind, but he never gave up and at 56 he was chosen as a scientist to go to the international space station. Afterwards, we got to meet him and have our photo with him. We also watched a space IMAX, it was amazing. We saw many retired rockets and an Apollo shuttle. The main reason for our visit that day though was to see a rocket launch. That afternoon we went to a site as close as we could without paying a lot of money and listened to the live feed of the ...
... disappeared and the rain was bucketing down. Daniel and Mum popped off to the Three Broomsticks to buy some hot butterbeer but it was still raining when we came out. We waited at Leicester Tube for a while but it showed no sign of stopping. Drenched and cold, we decided to call it quits along with most other visitors, and sloshed through a couple of inches of rain all the way back to the cars, where we stripped off and drove home in the bare ...
... time period where you an use your fast pass. The rockin' rollercaoster was another rollercaoster in the dark ,and was based on the fact that you got last minute backstage passes to an aerosmith show and had to weave your way around-the traffic to get there. I think this was my most favourite ride in Disneyworld. We then went to join the long queue for the other thrill ride 'hollywood tower of terror'. After lining up for about an hour, we got ...