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... centre for the Tiger graduate scheme tomorrow. What a bit of awful timing with the damn tube strike on. She can travel by bus and overground train but it will be extra busy. Just what you don't need.
We had an early dinner at a sushi restaurant and then went to Hollywood Studios for the evening. As we arrived most people were already in the amphitheatre for the first showing of Phantasmic so we joined in the Frozen Dance Party out in the plaza. We ...
... was heaps of Lego statues. Was lovely! We had dinner at a place called T-Rex. The food was pretty average but the actual place was brilliant. As the name suggests it's very dinosaur orientated, which just made me think of my Goober! She definitely would have loved it there. I tried to take as many photos as possible for her! They ...
... Keith said there aren’t enough meals in a day to eat all the choices they give you in these countries. We stopped and looked at the miniature railroad and then proceeded on to Italy. Italy has a representation of the Doge’s Palace, the Campanielle and they even have a gondola! I had planned to stop at America, but the time for the Hall of President’s cut our Fast Pass to Test Trax a little close, so we decided to do it Wednesday. If we ...
... ride/place and we spent some time checking them out, but the majority of
other people just walked right by not even taking any notice of the items some
hundreds of years old lining the walls.
It was a busy few days and you definitely need to pace
yourself. We hoped to find an interesting gift or two but with everything made
in china and extremely overpriced so we didn’t end up with anything. We just
have a bunch of great photos to remember ...
... At the other end you arrive in Universal Studios Florida, the Wizarding World of Harry Potter - Diagon Alley. Throughout this area there are interactive displays where, if you have a wand and stand on set spots, you can make stuff happen - lights turn on and off, water spouts, visual images etc, there were lots of kids and adults practicing their wand skills here. Too busy to go on the ride though. Each ride has an estimated wait time. By now it was about 10 am and the ...