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... which didn't cover the night show - that was an extra of course) and luckily we did as we only just got through everything before the park closed to get ready for the night show.
We ate at Hard Rock Cafe and I was shocked to discover that this was Carl's first time eating here. I suppose he's always working. We quickly ate due to the amazing night about to start.
We both had a lot of USA Cash from our birthdays from Taneha and Joe and wanted to do ...
... of wonder and delight for younger kids (I'm a kid in a big persons body, so I'm happy). It is a full jungle themes park, animals, rainforest's, interactive displays and my favorite a Lion King show,
The ultimate was getting to see the giant tree from the animation "Bugs Life". Truly beautiful.
Now is our time to leave Florida. It has been a jam packed 6 days here. Extremely hot but fun all the same. Tomorrow we fly to Washington.
So from here, bye for now.
... job of packing to come home which is not much fun but has to be done.
We have dinner at Bahamas Breeze on Vineland Avenue where we share (we are learning) an appetizer of Chicken Quesadilla. Then I have a Carnitas (Slow roasted pork, sautéed with chorizo sausage, fresh corn, sweet plantains and garbanzo beans in a cumin-citrus sauce served over yellow rice). Peter has Jerk Chicken Pasta ...
... said "well you ARE in the hip Mecca of the country" it pretty much sealed our fate. Thank you for all the kind offers!
My sisters rallied immediately too, to stagger visits for home nursing care. This was (not a surprise if you know my sisters but) a HUGE, HUGE, HUGE deal - both of them are extremely busy but the peace of mind and comfort for me, knowing they would be here was the BEST PRESCRIPTION ...
... it this year with no whoopin' or hollerin' like we had in 2007. After the excitement of escaping the yeti, we chilled a bit while watching the old favourite, "It's Tough to be a Bug" in the Tree of Life Theater, hosted by Flik from It's a Bug's Life. We opted for more relaxation after this by watching "The Festival of the Lion King" show in Camp Minnie-Mickey.
As we wandered through Asia after the show we passed ...