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... queued up for bob sledding and let's just say I smashed every one but minutes with ease. We then went on a family one which was ok and then dad and I went on the SUMMIT PLUMMIT!! The biggest waterslide in the world!! It was a lot scarier standing on the stairs then being in the actual slide!! We decided to grab some ice cream on the way out and went for a swim back at the hotel. Well I'm now tired and still sick :/ better get to bed! Later gators!!! LJ ...
... of visiting with one of Andy's oldest friends, Jeremy, and his lovely girlfriend Janelle. By the end of the weekend they will probably never want children.
Once we arrived at our campsite we surprised the kids by telling them that we would be taking a day to go visit the Magic Kingdom. They are so excited. They started planning the rides they want to go on. Mommy is definitely making sure ...
... it around the school. I loved it! Even the queue line is completely decked out as Hogwarts, and the moving portraits are incredible! The genuinely look like paintings come to life. Dumbledore greets you in his office, and Harry, Ron and Hermione guide you through the ride.
I’ll stop gushing now, I think you all get the gist. I loved Harry Potter World!
We had a quick look around the Marvel Comic store and the Christmas store as ...
... down to Citywalk for a Margarita or two at Margaritaville and checked out the largest Hard Rock in the World. The weather was unseasonably cold and there were people rugged up in Scarves, beanies , gloves and huge winter coats.
Our last day we spent revisiting some of our favourite rides and watching a few shows we had missed. We enjoyed our time at Universal and it wasn’t as mad as Disneyworld. I guess it also has more thrill type rides so there are less ...
... showed scenes from Disney movies in the water! along with actors, fireworks and impressive lighting. It was truly out of this world...and very scary. They had about 10 minutes of Mickey Mouse being chased by every evil Disney character. After the final firework the gates were opened, and the crowd slowly wandered out to find their position for the 4th of July fireworks. We hadn't planned to stay because they began at 10:15, so decided to take one last go at ...