Destiny Palms Hotel Maingate West
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... lands" and their "magical" experiences. Caragh actually went on a roller coaster. That's true magic! Wiping off American overly yellow cheese off each corn chip so kids would eat their nachos for lunch, not so magical. Often it was the smaller, less popular ride or show that surprised us most, due great staff making that extra effort. The jungle boat guide was a stand up comedy act in her own right. How they ...
... we'd left back pack with gear and three iPads in car (hence, all blogs late). Tried all day to work out with car company whether they had it. Late in evening success. Arranged to pick up next day. Some relief. Meanwhile, off the Disney Studios. But...wristband tickets didn't work. Hadn't been linked electronically properly to our booking. More palaver (Caragh's word of the week). Guest service ...
... In Black ride where you ride in a carriage and shoot laser guns at aliens. It was a lot of fun and competitive because you get points for all your kills and Tisha and I had to compete against each other - I won!
At the end of the day we were finally rided out and said goodbye to our last theme park for this trip. We wandered back to the hotel and packed our bags because tomorrow we are heading to New York City!
... but I have to admit that they did an amazing job recreating the town of Hogsmeade and a scaled-down version of Hogwarts' school. There were plenty of odd little shops and curiosities, including Zonko's, Honeyduke's, Ollivander's, and the Owl Post. On the streets were butterbeer vendors and a replica of the Hogwarts Express train. We paid $5 to try a butterbeer, and it was basically cream soda with some butterscotch foam on top...hmm. On the plus side, we paid an extra $7 for ...
... ah) approached "Hi I'm Sammy the Pastor" "Hi I'm Wayne and we are the congregation..." was my response. The service was supposed to start at 10:30am. By 10:35am we were still the majority of the congregation. By 10:45, the church has filled to about 50-60 people - mostly Puerto Rican. The service was lively and loud, the preaching solid and we were made to feel at home. (We returned the following week as well, but we walked the 10m that time)