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So on the way from the the keys we had planned to stop off at this restaurant that my nan and grandad (tony and jenny) had visited on a family holiday about 30 years ago, Google said it was still there and I had heard good things about their French Onion Soup! So we are driving down a road and expected to see a little restaurant on the waterfront, it was only a small shack that had been described to us, turns out it was a massive restaurant now that caters up to around ...
... by what they can prevent or withhold from you where in American, we show it by showing what we can get or do for you. At times, it felt like American generosity was, while appreciated, expected and resented when absent. To me, America's best feature is (so far) it's unwillingness to let the past dictate the future. Of course humanity must learn from its past but to dwell on every bullet hole and feed the angst of mistakes past seems to necessarily bleed energy ...
... make our way into the park. The thing we enjoy about Busch Gardens is that it's part zoo as well as theme park. As you enter some of the first animals you encounter are Alligators and they have some really big ones here. Not that they do much, just lie there basking in the sun. Am sure they would soon be alert if you got too close to them.
We decide to try the parks newest ride, the Cheetah Run, a high speed roller coaster that opened in 2010. ...
... Mama, which we both got, in the souvenir Fish Bowl. It was Ok, I think that was the only one for those I ordered.
Got our passes for the Spa for the duration. only thing they were missing in the Spa was the heated stone loungers, but we survived without them.
Our sailaway was right on time, and we headed towards blue water.
... graduated with my diploma and Associate's Degree at 17 and directly transitioned into college. I wasn't sure of exactly what I wanted to do, but I knew I loved media and travel, so I double majored in Communication and Advertising/Public Relations and later added a minor in International Studies to the mix.
I graduated college at 20, too young and naive to have even experienced "the real"college life. Like most recent graduates, I ...