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... the now defunct one in Sydney. The hotels got bigger and bigger the nearer we got to The Magic Kingdom, it is on arrival that you realise they get to use the complimentary monorail and they also have a boat transport system as well. It was as stepping into the park itself that i realised i probably should have read up about the fast track system last night. It seemed simple in theory, however it took a fair ...
Today was a slow day. We just hung around Ray and Helen's house. Kaleb and Kylee spent their time playing with toys. Ray, Kylee, Kaleb and I took a walk around the neighborhood to the pool. The pool water was cold, so Kaleb and I played baseball catch for a little bit. Around 4:00 pm, we took off for Old Town. Tonight was their classic car show. We arrived and once again our daughter decided she needed to do her thing. Yes, that ...
... with Mary Poppins.
There was also a parade passing by so we were sure to watch this attraction.
Near the entrance, they also had figures dressed with pumpkin heads.
As a family, we also posed with Mickey Mouse.
We watched another parade. It seems that there are many parades that go on during the day.
The kids and I then went to visit the Swiss Family Treehouse - "Explore the ultimate treehouse—and ...
... animals were out and about. The safari ride is a huge 30 passenger or so "jeep" type of vehicle. It travels in a huge loop through a wildlife safari. We saw hippos, elephants, lions, ostriches, gnu, zebras, assorted antelope, gorillas and flamingoes. The scenery is beautiful, you can tell Disney spares no expense on landscaping and creating that "magical feeling".
There are also a lot of walking paths as to get a better look at the animals. There is an ...
(From Barbara: ) We hung out at the campground all day. Had a great breakfast and dinner at the Trail’s End restaurant. Watched two Disney movies and did laundry.
In the meantime, the kids became vikings. Guess that's what happens when they're left alone.