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... We should not take away from the quality of the food, it was spectacular. Each prepared with culinary experience and skill. Take note again that we were not starving at the beginning of our meal, but felt compelled to eat every morsel delivered. Each new arrival seemed better than the last and gave a sense of euphoria that made one lightheaded. The surrounding tables seem to agree with both the quality and quantity would be given ...
... and personal with the giraffes. We headed out onto their safari in an off road truck. It took you right out into their open safari and into parts that most people can not access. It was just like being on safari in Africa as the animals were so close to us and there were no fences in the way. There were rhinos right next to the truck as we drove round, which is the closest I have ever been to these huge animals. We then stopped the truck and became surrounded by giraffes. ...
... the first order of business.
Once this was out of the way, we headed into Magic Kingdom for the afternoon. We enjoyed most of the usual fun rides such as Pirates, Splash Mountain, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, etc. it was fun to act like kids and work our way through the rides. Fortunately, the crowds are relatively light and we have not had to stand in too many lines. This is good since ...
... woody before they knocked off at 10!! Lol! Got the photo and went to a ride which only had a 60 minute line got on there about 11pm and the park closed at 12 so no time for anything else! Day 3, up and trying to plan a full day at the next park, Epcot! We jumped on the monorail and arrived at the park which didn't appear that busy but the lines were already huge and fast passes were a long wait! So we grabbed a couple and decided to wait! A lady and her ...
... giving out hugs like usual by the end of our meal. It was really nice to try some Africian food from the buffet even though the kids mostly stuck to what they recognized. When we travel we do have a rule that you have to try at least 1 new thing per meal if possible. This is no longer met with resistance as most of the time they end up liking what they try.
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