Hampton Inn Orlando - Maingate South
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... lazy time as the next week is going to be pretty hectic I imagine!
And that is pretty much it! I am packed and ready to go bright and early in the morning. Leaving at 5:30am, and hopefully arriving around 6pm. 646 miles to travel, and on only three roads! Going to cross through four states, hopefully find a good picnic stop somewhere. In fact, I’m going to google that now! Night ...
The day started out with fog again but we saw some animals from the balcony before heading to Animal Kingdom for a character breakfast at Tusker House at 8am. After breakfast we rode the safari and got to see lots of animals...perfect posing rhinos, cheetahs, giraffes...one which was really close to the safari vehicle trying to join his friends on the other side...but no elephants for some reason. We also did the Pangani Forest trail and ...
About four weeks before this competition, Bryn's friend and co-jump roper extraordinaire Evelyn broke her mid-foot while doing a back tuck. We've been worried about how well she would heal as well as how to manage a missing jumper. It was a difficult thing because Bryn felt so bad for Evelyn missing out on her first ...
... mother owed him big time! It wasn't his favourite and I couldn't get him to go on it again so I could go on it . No express pass for this ride so the wait was quite long.
We saw two shows, Sinbad stunt show and Poseidon's Fury. Both were a little ho-hum. nothing terribly exciting, not bad, just nothing spectacular in my view.
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... further and realised that there was a red carpet laid out for us and behind railings were people pretending to be fans. They were all shouting and cheering, taking photos of us and asking for our autographs whilst holding banners saying 'nurses rock' and 'magnet nurses rule' etc. It was really surreal and felt quite strange. We proceeded further into the park and were met by lines and lines of people all dancing to what can only be described as a modern day equivalent of the Macarena. ...