Champions World Resort
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- Swimming pool
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... even when Cap'n Bill started the motor again.
Zipping across the water again we stopped near an island, actually idling and moving slowly. As we approached a small open area, Cap'n Bill quickly pointed off the right side of the boat. I was only able to see the back of a gator disappear under water.
A little farther along, Leslie spotted a black snake sunning itself. Cap'n Bill spun us around so we could take some photos. It may have ...
... or threat of rain) and they usually don't shut down unless there is lots of thunder & lightening. So we figured if you're going to be wet and rained on....why not do it at a water park?!
Jodie & I both agreed we wanted to do Typhoon Lagoon first because it has both North & South Americas largest wave pool and a ride called the "Crush & Gusher" water coaster slide. Since we bought the Water Parks & More option with our tickets we get ...
... the game itself) have more than a hint of the overtakers. It really was a lot of fun and because of the way the game was set up you can, like us, tour the park, land by land and play each challenge between shows and attractions. After we had completed the game in Frontierland we grabbed a fastpass for the new Little Mermaid ride (the line was, by this time in the afternoon 100 minutes!) and went to Mickey's Philharmagic and It's A Small World. After riding ...
... kids (all four of 'em) tomorrow! We’re all at the same hotel. I’m sure they’ll all love it here, assuming, of course, that they like hot and muggy. Did you know that the number 97 holds special meaning in Florida? It represents the average temperature, the average humidity, and the average age of their residents. I love it here. I feel like a kid ...
... for the little ones and get ready in the crowd for opening time. Scott and Matt were going straight for the "big drop" the summit plummit slide which drops from 3 stories high - yuk! The rest of us were heading for some sun loungers and then on to more sedate slides.
The boys made it onto the slide first out of all those rushing to it when the park opened - Scott ...