Comfort Suites UCF / Research Park
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... some more giant badass trees in Sequoia, then went the most stupid route up back up to Redwood, just with Felicity sleeping in a car, drinking and picking up some hitchers whilst otherwise living the lives of American retirees (albeit a lot more smelly). Dropped the car back off, blasted out Alcatraz, which was definitely worth the trip, then escaped there and went to LA. Had another gay host there, who I helped shift some music equipment before taking the 'you can't get ...
... complete we went on the "family" ride of the Kali River Rapids. Watching others prepare for the ride wearing rain poncho's...I pushed the girls and Greg to ride without wet weather gear protection. Unfortunately...lol...The girls were seated in the raft and with they a twist here and there of the raft as it rides through the rapids, the raft had positioned the girls to be in the exact position to get the wettest of all the riders. Their ...
... burning stoves they use to cook it. While I can confirm that the Pizza was Indeed very nice, for me the hands down, star of the show at this meal was the Arancini. Three little balls of fried risotto rice with melted cheese and a meat ragu were absolutely out of this world. I think if we make another trip to this restaurant I would be tempted to simply order a couple of portions of this and forego the main course altogether. ...
... the tour and really interesting. The Vehicle Assembly Building, which is the largest one story building in the world, stands out like dog's balls. It's huge and could house the Statue of Liberty inside and still have 200 feet to spare. We drove past the Launch Control Centre which is only used for part of the launch sequence before it is handed over to 'Houston'. We got to see the official countdown clock in the distance, which has been used since the 60's, and also got to ...
... Gareth didnt realise and tried to body surf and grazed his knees.
Then we went to the Shark Reef for a little snorkelling with sharks. Duncan couldnt get the hang of the mask and snorkel in the line so went with wearing his goggles instead. But by the time we got to the water he didnt want to wear those either. So he went across withough looking in the water. At the other side he said "Is that it? ...