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... rest of ours. But not to be outdone, he valiantly trotted on behind us, ducking into any air conditioned shop or restaurant along the way. I can't imagine why anyone would bring a very young child to Disney, certainly in summer. By lunchtime we notice lots of wailing tired little ones, and very fractious parents. Sam commented on how many big kids there are in strollers (at least Ben's age) and I can understand why! We popped back ...
... was a show, where Crush (the turtle from the movie Finding Nemo) “talked” to the audience sat in front of him. Crush was animated on a screen to look like a window to the ocean and audience members communicated via a microphone. At first I thought this was just a video, and we would just listen to him talk, but I was amazed to see him pick people out of the audience to talk to, and respond to any question asked of him, complete with gestures and ...
... programme. It was all very clever - listening to clues, finding locations, pointing the phone at diffferent spots and having things talk to us, suddenly apear or play music to us. The boys really enjoyed it but Lara was a little freaked out by it and soon bored.
Matt and I craved a break too so once the Norway mission was complete we wandered to China with a beer and all sat and watched ...
... a stipulated window, catch is…there is still a cheaper option. FLORIDA RESIDENTS SPECIAL RATE. But how do you get that? Well it's really very simple if you are a good negotiator. Every hotel has a concierge desk that offers tickets for every park but here is what I did. I knew about the residents discount and offered the dude on the desk a deal to make money (As 3 of us were visiting 7 parks which is a lot of money)...the offer was simple, you get me to the parks ...
... the same. Our first week we must have been incredibly lucky as there
were no queues and we could pretty much just walk onto the rides. The second week was a different animal altogether– there were obviously some school
holidays some where and suddenly the whole place was full. It's a
very different experience. My advice – check when there are no school holidays anywhere in the world and take your children out
of school to do Orlando!
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