Diamond Resorts Grand Beach
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... alley, kings cross and the knight bus in one and then hogsmead and hogwarts are on the other park, which of course you travel too on the hogwarts express. All those who know us well will easily imagine the grins that were fixed on our faces! We started at the knight bus, where you talk to the conductor and the shrunken head, which is not automated as you have an actual conversation with it, but I couldn't quite figure that ...
... I told her what had happened and that the restaurant was fully booked until we flew home, she looked at me and said plain and simple "don't you worry, we will fix it and get you another booking so they don't miss out" I think she was a bit worried when I stopped momentarily to say "really, you can do that" then started again when she said "of course I'll go and have a word to my manager". So Barb saved the day, and I managed to enjoy my ...
It has been a bit tricky to organise our day because of the weather. Today it was very cold and we here back in trousers and jackets. So we went off to sea world and watched some amazing animals. It was very cold though as it is all over the country.
... called 'Loves'. There wasn't much to choose from so I rolled with the breakfast special which consisted of two strips of bacon no longer or wider than a nail file, a few mini-hash browns, an egg that looked more like a pikelet, a biscuit (which is like a scone) and gravy. Yes, I said gravy. What a load of **** !!!! Under-whelmed, I headed next door to the gas station and managed to find some fresh water melon pieces so grabbed those and a coffee for the ride. We ...
... but the room smelled fresh. For the cost, $79 per night, it wasn't a bad deal. If the price were higher, I would not stay here again.
Now onto the fun part, the parks! Matt found a great deal online where we only paid about $75 per person for our 2-day Hopper tickets. We fully utilized the Hopper aspect and spent a little bit of ...