Champions World Resort
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Day started with Jason springing out of bed at 10 am after whole family sleeping in and realising he had missed 9:30 meet time to get back back pack from car company. Luckily, bag was dropped anyway with a note to valets. Get family up, cook breakfast in room. Humid day. Ominous. We had decided to do Animal Kingdom. Basically, cross Disney with a zoo with a safari park. Great ...
... 7:00pm right at the end of the day. The queue was already about 50 minutes but we decided that we would have a go anyway. It wasn't too bad waiting as the queue lines were full of characters and different larger than life toys. Once we got on the ride itself it was definitely worth the wait. It is another 3D ride where you have to aim to hit different targets as if you were at a fairground. As usual me and Ollie were being very competitive and it was very close but he just ...
... and in the back, staging for some good ole traditional Irish Folk music! This place is quite popular! The food is def Irish fair and in the evenings you will see some of the best night life atmosphere around. But wait! there is more! On the other side is another patio bar with a stage and lighting and more music! Trust your friend O'Breland here. When all of the venues have music ...
... the Lego shop. I had heard that on the 1st Tue of every month they do demos and give out free little sets of lego - and as Gareth is lego mad we were going to check it out.
We arrived at Downtown Disney and caught the free water taxi to the other end ("Is this boat free? Disney is just mad!" Scott). We queued for the children to get their free lego - complete wih high speed demo!) ...
... sort of. The other highlight was Kat scaring some old lady in the bathroom so much that she nearly died of a heart attack. Way to go. Also, some kid stole a can of iced tea from our campspot. Classy.
Our inspiration for visiting Universal came when Wren had seen an ad in a magazine for the "Wizarding World of Harry Potter" attraction at Universal, and her and Kat both really wanted to go see it. After some research into ticket prices (usually over $100 per person per ...