Fairfield Inn & Suites Orlando Int'L Drive/Convention Center
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... t get to it, no big deal since we have seen it before. We then went to Japan. If you like Anime or Pokeman or Hello Kitty they have tons of it there. We looked at the shops in Morocco and by then it was time to head over to test trax. If you know Epcot at all, that required walking the rest of the way around, so we walked the entire 1.2 miles around the World Showcase. Our Fast Pass took us right to the head of the line, so we had a short wait ...
... had to do up the back when he came down) haha. There was also another waterslide quite similar, and they had water Tubes you go down in pairs, ones you go down in the dark, a 6seater tube and floating river. It was really fun and a nice break from all the crowds and lines, as we went at the end of the day and there weren't too many people around. We then went back to the hotel to get changed and went back to Hollywood studios ...
... br> We got smart when we realized that some restaurants were open and turned ourselves out of a zone line up (waiting for Germany and Brazil to open) and detoured into France for le petit dejeuner. I had the lightest quiche I have ever had and Marilyn ate some sort of exotic cheese bread (I am sure there is nothing exotic about it, it just looked that way) and... because we could... we shared a creme brulee for dessert. Hey, don't knock it. Show me the rule where you can't have ...
... are large tents with luxurious sun loungers, fridges stocked with cold drinks, a TV and at frequent intervals waiting staff come round and replenish your drinks and bring nibbles and light snacks. These cabanas are not, of course, free but cost $185 a day. But I thought that this sounded like quite a nice idea so I volunteered to go to the concierge desk and see if I could book one. Oh, why do I keep volunteering for these things?
When I got to the concierge ...
... all the countries in which Zonta is represented were presented, many of them carried by members in national costume. With great excitement we greeted 4 new countries, one of which, Macau, only officially chartered its first club a few days ago. Before the flag ceremony they had the national anthems of USA & NZ. The first was great, ours was sung by a young chap with a fabulous voice who managed to muck up both the Maori & NZ ...