Disney Hampton Lakes Villas
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... our Men in Black ride, we strolled back and walked through an unassuming gap in a brick wall - and honestly, into a different world. It was really like being in the books, with rows of rickety little shops filled with cool stuff. There was the Weasley brothers' joke shop where you could by chocolate frogs and Bertie Botts jellybeans, Ollivander's wand shop, Knockturn Alley with all the creepy stuff, and lots more. On Gringotts Bank there was a ...
... 1: Epcot 17,361 steps (84f)
Thursday, Oct 2: Universal Studios 3,109 steps (91f)
(Diagon Alley Adventure)
Friday, Oct 3: Animal Kingdom 19,069 steps (91f)
Saturday, Oct 4: Disney Hollywood Studios 14,007 steps (88f)
Sunday, Oct 5: Magic Kingdom 11,311 steps ...
... to call it a night at this point and head back to our depressing hotel and just hoped that tomorrow would be a better day in order for us to enjoy Universal studios.
We woke the next morning to news that there was a 70% chance we would see showers that day but since it seemed all clear right then we decided to leave the hotel on the 9am shuttle in order to get the most out of the day. Breakfast was inclusive in our room rate and much the same as ...
... some sort of pinny on decorated with symbols from playing cards, who she was. "I'm Alice - from Alice in wonderland".
Before I could stop myself I said "Oh, I thought you were Nanna". It went very quiet around the table then I suddenly remembered I meant the Fairy Godmother. Nanna is the dog out of Peter Pan. "No not that you look like a dog" a blurted "what I meant was you look like a friendly old Godmother."
My sister leant forward "I'd stop digging if I were ...
... I can't take them to Nth. Carolina on the plane or I would have bought some for the 4th July.
We arrived in St. Augustine around 11:30 and had an extended lunch break here. Its a beautiful old town with lots and lots of history. We only had 2.5 hours to see it all which of course didn't happen as we also had to have lunch in that time.
The drawbridge is ...