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... beautiful young women with wonderful families of their own. Anyway, Bret, who knows a thing or two about steaks and wine , recommended Charleys to us. If Bret, tells you a steakhouse is good, you know its going to be GOOD.
So, we saved Charleys for our last free night. This may or may not have been a mistake. It was brilliant. We would have eaten there more than once given the chance!!!!
The ambience is very ...
... by fish. I bought a zip up hoodie in the souvenir shop that I had seen on Monday in Mouse Gear. It has the seagulls from <i>Finding Nemo</i> on it with "Mine, Mine, Mine." After the Seas, we went to Living with the Land and took the boat tour. It is really fascinating how they do the vertical agriculture right there. We took a look at Soarin’ just to see where it was located (65 minute wait), but we had a fast pass for later ...
... the gals chose the cheesecake and I had Dad's hot fudge brownie sundae which was easily shared between the three of us. They brought their cheesecake home for a treat the next day. After dinner we decided at the last minute to pop over to Magic Kingdom for Wishes as they were being held early tonight. Then it was time to get back to the resort to relax. It had been another extremely long say filled with lots of walking, and more memories that we can ...
... at the parks. Universal also has some not so great rides/experiences as well though and it also doesn’t have a back lot tour like at California as it isn’t the movie making studio. Royal Pacific was great to stay at seeing it is so close to the park, yes it was pricey but worth it for a splurge. I was also able to stock up on good bath products for the rest of my trip!
We head off to New York next and hoping that the big storm up there doesn’t cause too much drama for ...
... do take place. Denise and I got lightheaded at some point - I guess we were short on oxygen!
Towards the end of my time in the Springs, we visited the Glen Eyrie castle, an English Tudor-style castle built by General William Jackson Palmer, the founder of Colorado Springs. Tanya, Ashley, Jamie and I went on the "Creation Tour," a tour of the Glen Eyrie and a closer look on how the rock formations of Colorado are a living proof of the flood described in the Book ...