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... this one but it's at least kind of neat going through Hogwarts. Look through some shops then take Hogwarts Express to other park. Look around Diagon Alley. Go on Escape from Gringotts ride. Look for someplace to eat - end up at Irish restaurant. Watch a little Blues
Brothers show, see Shrek 4D and Simpsons area. Look through Diagon Alley a bit more. Train wait time long so walk around back to other park. Catch some of Sinbad stunt show. Jurassic Park ride says ...
When you wish upon a star, your dreams come true... a week of dreams coming true you could say. A somewhat sweat-filled week in fact. So you get used to wiping drops from your eyes and feeling those ones running down your back. But then there are moments like this...
Now before I get to what I was going to say, I must first qualify the day as one that was tiring - though only 14,007 (6.12 miles) - we did nap on a planter at one point while waiting for ...
... an outlet store a $2 bus ride away. We also ordered a taxi for 4.30 to take us to the airport. They told us it was a $55 flat rate from there to the airport. I said it cost us less coming and they said "Sorry we have a contract with Metro and have to use them".
On the way back to the room I went to the Market place and bought some laundry liquid to wash our clothes. Back in by 10 blog and washing/dryer till 12.30 - sleep in tomorrow.
... else in the process. Skipped by Belize City and made my way to San Ignacio staying with Javier and Angela where I didn't actually domuch because I couldn't afford to - sure most of the time I was getting over my hangover whilst also partying with them, the rather odd locals (Cereal and Longerface) and the squatting dog style dancers and meeting the Internet guy whose car broke down and we had to be towed by another truck which also broke down! Attended a local teacher ...
Our holiday is finally here (Ethan has been counting down the days since we booked it last summer). When we got stuck in Florida for a month in 2010, due to the Icelandic volcanic eruption, I thought we had saturated our interest in all things Disney and would never come again. Yet, here we are. There is something irresistible about the queues, the heat, the endless theming and the artificial smiles - we keep coming back for more and we love it! We normally stay ...