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... quietness. So to the gift shop we went. Tom needed a hat, and where better to buy a hat than Disney World?! It actually wasn't that expensive in there, and he chose a hat he might some day maybe wear again...although I doubt it. I felt like we were waisting valuable time in the shop and started pushing Tom to move on. We walked up the Main Street towards the castle just as a show was beginning. But with the start of the show came the rain. Just a light cooling shower ...
... it all that much but i'm not one for virtual rides (no matter how spicy). then after that we went to both sides of the innoventions thing. but my legs were very tired and at that point all i wanted was a bench. then we went to club cool where we drank sodas from around the world. basically they all tasted pretty snazzy except for italian soda. ewwwww. but i know my mom would like it. she likes gross thing s and bitter things like dark chocolate. then we ...
... we went to Pirates League and the only way of getting them was to go to Magic Kingdom. Also, there were more rides at Magic Kingdom which the whole family would enjoy...so there had been a last minute change of heart and we wer going to do Magic Kingdom and Hollywood Studios...followed by packing and clearing up the house (which hadn't even been started!)
It was REALLY hard to get up ...
... Motel about the place. Fortunately, Casey has a nice dog, so we ought to be fine. Saturday's visit was to the Orlando Science Museum. The Star Wars exhibition had a large selection of George Lucas' original models and out-fits - which was fun. Did you realise that Luke Skywalker's land-speeder is actually a Robin Reliant chassis with a mirror across the wheels? The mirror reflected the desert-floor and made it look as if ...
... and the famous “Shamu” the killer whale.
As a follower of the Odyssey, you know how much we love animals. Seeing them in the wild and going to zoo’s in different countries. As a volunteer at the National Zoo in Washington, D.C. I had a chance to meet the zoologist who left the zoo and went with Disney to set-up the “Animal Kingdom.” So we were interested to see how he ...