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Saturday 14/3 - We arrived back in Fort Lauderdale about 6:30am. We disembarked at 9:30 after having breakfast on board. Got to the Hertz depot at 10:30am. We headed down to Miami to pick up Mat but had trouble with the Garmin and got lost again. Finally got to Mat 12:30. Grabbed some lunch at the local Mall then hit to the turnpike for a 4 hour …
... Also, after being in the DCP, you have access to the Disney Professional Internships, internships that open the door to working in the Disney company in any capacity. This could mean working with the Disney Theatricals, the group that runs the 3 Disney Broadway theaters as well as their many Disney On Ice shows. I just think that this experience could open so many doors for me. And I mean who wouldn't want to spend 6 months in ...
... an ice cream counter, who had her chin in her hand, leaning over the counter, looked as bored as ever. Never did we see anything like that at Disney. Amazing the difference.
The flight home went well. I sat three rows back from the family, beside a woman named Cindy from Buffalo. We talked and talked the whole way! We shared so many life stories and encouraged each other. It was definitely a God moment. :)
... amp; croissant. Andy had French toast and crispy bacon.
We tipped 5usd thanking all the staff for their service before heading back to roomette about 9ish.
A recharge and repack of our bits was required, as we were now only an hour away from our train destination, Orlando. We had poor signal still, so hadn't received a call from Poppy and were only hoping we wouldn't miss her today of all days - with her birthday coming to an end in AUS.
We got ...
... lunch, until I realised another couple of characters were available for a greet. Lightning McQueen and Mater from Cars were by the Streets of America section (named as such due to its New York skyline set-up at the far end, and its look of a typical American street), so I couldn't resist a photo opportunity with those as well. This one was a bit different though, as it was actual cars decorated in the same way as the characters. I suppose it'd be difficult to have people dress ...