Days Inn Orlando Universal Studios North
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Arrived in Orlando on July 1 after a very nice ride down Hwy 75 from north Florida. Much trees and green grass made the ride very enjoyable. RV park was huge with several lakes (with alligators and snakes - however we never saw any of them), two swimming pools, amazing services accompanying bright smiles from the staff.
Typical of our trip thus far the whole time in Orlando, the weather consisted of hot and humid ...
... really.) So, anyway he tucks his dry socks into his pack and we step out. Okay! Someone is dumping BUCKETS of rain on us... Those folks without rain gear look as though they've been swimming with all of their clothes on. Wow!
We hurry to the Hogsmeade train station to catch the Hogwart's Express. Part of that line is covered and people are stripping off ponchos. One mother is wringing out her sons' shirt. Claps of thunder and the darkening ...
... a skirt and some trousers like the ones I brought yesterday, the main difference? Hers are from the children's department! Clearly Target likes to cater to the tall so everything in the women's section was far too long for our little hobbit. Bless. The XL girls’ clothes however fit just fine, and were cheaper too! There being a Starbucks inside Target we each got an iced caramel macchiato then went over to JC Penny’s to ...
... the kid in you. I can’t wait to take our children to Disney one day. I have such happy memories from when I went as a child. I can still remember when Becs and I were told we were going to Florida and Disney. Mum and Dad put on "America" from Westside Story (a fave of ours at the time) and we all danced around the living room. I’m hoping by the time we go with our children there will be a Frozen ride ...
... from 5th through 12th grade. I quickly became a volunteer myself and this past summer I became a JA USA employee. Now, I want more hands on experience with bringing the knowledge and skills to other students just as those same skills and knowledge were given to me when I was younger. It's the circle of life - or the circle of JA, as I like to call it.
And that's where YOU come into play. You see, each of you have had such a life-changing impact in my life. Whether ...