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... but inside. We played tiggy in the playground, and then did some lego (Ben and Dad made a copy of the playground in lego) and then Mum and I played Foosball. Then we all played WeyKick - like air hockey but two magnets were underneath the two wooden paddle things. That was so fun - the magnets kept coming off the wooden things and our pieces were flying everywhere.
We then left there, and went back to the farmers market for ...
... an overtly girly section of the park, while I waited for Charlotte and Angela to return from the center of the earth. They emerged, ecstatic that they'd actually managed to get a good ride in this particular park, and the day had only just begun. Already Disney Sea was looking better than yesterday.
With the 2 big girls we went onto Triton's Kingdom to catch up with Veronica and Isabelle. This area is basically a large underground ...
... stick-figures. Here and there just for inspiration, a famous castle and everything looks so real, I can't imagine that they aren't real.
The rest of these rooms are fully decorated with drawing desks, tables, chairs, chests (which were opened a small bit and kids would look inside them constantly) and, just imagine it, and it is there. Sharpened pencils in a jar erasers a big ashtray full of cigarettes.
Here and there in between the stuff there ...
... the main street but if you venture in to the side and back streets, it's really quaint and has a chilled vibe.
Back on the last train of our day bound for home. We stopped at our local for a quick Katsudon before attempting to pack our bags in readiness for our departure tomorrow.
Both of us forgot to put on the pedometer so no idea how many steps but my feet are feeling like it was more than ...
... best though was as I left what was apparently the east exit, I could hear American 50s music and walked towards it. What I found was a dozen grown men, and one tough chic, dressed as Greasers, dancing to Elvis covers. Decked out in jeans, black leather jackets, pocket chains, tattoos, and smokes, they twisted, grinded and thrusted the day away. I could have watched forever.
But, I hadn't eaten all day, thanks to my failure to find the noodle ...
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