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We woke up this morning at 6:15. We fed Kylee and ate breakfast. The food again for the price at the holiday Inn Express was good and fulfilling. We let Kaleb swim for a few minutes and Kylee was able to get her feet wet! We were on the highway by 8:15 with great weather. There was definitely more traffic than on Christmas Day. It only took an hour for Kylee to do her thing and next thing you know we have another blown diaper and we are ...
... We came across Roa's Rapids and headed straight in. The current is so strong that it literally pulls you around and if you miss the exit there is no way of swimming back to it. I found this out when I tried to leave and Ollie thought it would be funny to push me back in so I had to go all the way around for another time! Ollie did also have to come to the rescue of a little boy who had become separated from his family and was a little panicked. Ollie fished him out to ...
... stared wide.
Slowly and very deliberately Charlie said "you are not married? That's unbelievable."
"We've been together for seventeen years, but never married" I volunteered.
"But," Maryann spluttered, "You are SO like an old married couple."
Well, that was me done then. I'd been shoved round from pillar to post all day, been completely ripped off by Disney at every turn and now the final insult. I'm described as one of an old married couple. And I've ...
... our small backyard pool while I ran out to pick up some groceries. Jon was the hero for making sure the kids were all showered by the time I got back. After a quick dinner of make-your-own tacos, where we discussed our plans for tomorrow, the kids went to bed. Naturally as soon as they got settled, a thunderstorm came through and freaked out Joey and Rebekah a bit. But no doubt some of it is the excitement of the day.
Tomorrow - EPCOT!!
... Vacation Lessons Learned:
The 12 nights (as opposed to 6 in 2011) is MUCH better for Disney, if you want to have time to relax; we really scored big on this one.
The 9-day passes to Disney Parks is just about right. If it's cold, 8 would suffice but, if it was actually agreeable temperatures, instead of another day at the regular parks, we would have taken in a second day at Typhoon Lagoon. In any case, we done good again!
The 2 ...