Hampton Inn & Suites Orlando - John Young Pkwy / S Park
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... was meeting Mary Poppins. I think I was ridiculously excited!! Then off to Morocco, to meet Aladdin and Jasmine.
Finally, it was Test Track time. The boys built a car, and the girls built a car. Guess which one won?? Yep, the girls! Our purple car rocked!! ;)
We headed back into the World Showcase to get the most amazing spot for the Illuminations fireworks show. There was a little spot behind the Fish & Chips ...
Americans are very patriotic, Today at the space centre, the national anthem was played at the start of the morning. Gus and I got a shock when literally every single person around us stopped in their tracks and either put their arm to their chest or sang. Not a single person moved until the anthem was finished. It was like someone hit the pause button on the tv. When the anthem stopped, everything ...
... thousands of alligators and crocodiles, a breeding marsh with boardwalk and observation tower, reptile shows, aviary, petting zoo, swamp walk and educational programs. The park is known for buying and rescuing nuisance alligators from trappers ...
Well we were up at 4:30 a.m. and at the airport by 5:30. We were flying with Air Tran and we were able to upgrade to business class only had to pay $60 per person so much different than Canada - you want to upgrade in Canada it is $300 per person. So everyone loved the upgrade to business class. No worries with Erica and motion sickness, after giving her Gravel. We arrived in Orlando and picked up our soccer mom van and we were off driving in ...
... in a patriotic celebration tracing the history of the United States."
Frederick and I then stopped to have tacos which were especially yummy.
We then went on the Liberty Square Riverboat - "Cruise the scenic Rivers of America aboard the Liberty Belle and take a gander at life in the U.S. over a century ago." Frederick and I enjoyed taking this relaxing cruise - even standing on the top floor - front of boat - for our best view.