Disney Hampton Lakes Villas
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... Almost 40 minutes in length at the moment, could be a bit much for some people to sit through back home, but I don't have the heart to cut anything out!!
We took Rosie to the Airport around 3pm and on the way back stopped off at a Comic Book store for Alex and then Barnes and Noble. Last stop was to the Outlets to quickly look at shoes for me but it was so busy I gave up pretty quickly! Going to go back with more time on Monday hopefully.
Then, traffic. We ...
... all of them!! Thomas has read all the books so he was in his element. Whether you are a Harry Potter fan or not it is still very impressive. Universal have designed an entire Diagon Alley. Jellied eels, a fire breathing dragon on the Gringotts bank, the Knight bus and magical shops everywhere greeted us as we walked in. It was amazing and clearly a big draw for Harry Potter fans, most interesting were the magic wands ...
... ride in Disneyland!), Peter Pan adventure and, if we did any other ride I honestly forget.
What blew us away was the experience of walking through Fantasyland during the fireworks. We were surrounded by the, well, let's call them firework canons. Talk about shock and awe. The fireworks lit up directly over our heads and in rounds encircling the area through which we strolled. The experience is hard to describe - we were gobsmacked - we just kept looking at each other ...
... gay giants house where he paraded his 5 young boys out on the town and took us to a gay bar called Powerhouse with hardcore gay porn on the TV's - just the spot for a quiet couple of pints haha. After that shared another road trip down highway 1, visited Google and Facebook, drove down the amazing coastal road blasting out classical music and the Star Wars theme FULL blast then camped out with this old stoner hippy guy in the mountains that was rather strange indeed. Drove to (and ...
... armour. Sitting ringside, we were served by wenches eating a meal of meat and simple accompaniments trying to recreate a similar meal to what may have been served in the day. With the stadium segregated into coloured sections depicting the flag of their champion, we barracked for our knight to concur all others and win the favour of the King's daughter.
There where horse riding agility contests, sword fighting, ...