Courtyard By Marriott Lakeland
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... that everyone who was still in Tampa was at the Dali Museum. A good 40 minute queue and super busy when we got in. Fantastic though - a special exhibition of Picasso and Dali, how the men and their art influenced each other. And the permanent exhibition of Dali works was extremely impressive. It showed his amazing talent from a very young age, his technique and detail, and how his ...
... to the bag check bit and suddenly the American anthem started playing and all the staff stopped, put their right hand on their chests and proceeded to sing along. Slightly weird! We then picked up our 'front of queue' wrist bands and headed for Cheater, one of the main roller coasters. We strolled past all the hoards of people queuing and went straight to the front of the line and picked the front seats of the coaster line. This was it. The kids were ...
... up close and personal. Then, from this vantage point, see the city of Rio and Sugar Loaf like we see in photos or on TV. Better yet, traveling up Sugar Loaf on a cable car to get yet another view of the city and its miles of beaches. Speaking of beaches, seeing the beach made famous in the song “The Girl from Ipanema” and traveling down the boulevard on Copacabana are notable moments from our visit to Rio. Despite the rain, ...
... was the first 'official' day. We got to know the cast better with games, and we had some leadership and communication workshops. The first topic was the Comfort Zone, talking about how you want to stay in the Challenge Zone. We did some movement and stretching with the dance guy, and some of it was really similar to what Monique does at home. Something I ...
... I slowly looked down to the spot he was pointing at and to my horror noticed in an instant what I had done.
My shirt was on inside out, strings from the sewn on flowers were flopping around, the seems bulged out at my shoulders and sides. A simple mistake, yes, but in an instant it washed away all of the courage I had painted on for the last two months.
Stefan's laugh was almost giddy at his discovery that destroyed my pride and I ...