Knights Inn Orlando Maingate Hotel
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... mid morning. We hope you had a wonderful day and be sure and come back and see us real soon!
Went over to Magic Kingdom the original area and home to our eponymous hero Mickey Mouse and Cinderella's castle. Despite my freely admitted cynicism they do it very well but it was very crowded today and the temperature was much warmer, high 70's. Went on a few rides but had to endure queues. Whilst queueing for one ride we had ...
... br> Last time we were here my middle child loved feeding the Manta Rays. The first thing he wanted to do today was feed the rays. All the boys loved this. For $5 you get food to feed the rays. Just watch the birds! We went back and fed the rays at the end of the day also.
It was not long before we headed to the 'Sea of Legends' area where we did both the Journey to Atlantis and ...
... fantastic, the Frozen sing-along was a lot of fun if easily the longest wait at the park, and "Lights, Motor, Action!" was an awesome stunt car demonstration. And the "Voyage of the Little Mermaid" did feature Ariel...the park's closing show, "Fantasmic", was also definitely one of the highlights of any park. And we got to eat at Pizza Planet!
Our last day at Disney World was spent at Magic Kingdom. Between the two days we spent there, ...
... What?? I know! We were shocked. And he ate it, too. He wasn't fond of the Forbidden Rice, though. :) Kevin had Tagoarashi Spice Ahi Tuna with Tempura Fried Vegetable Maki Roll, and I had Sesame Seared Sea Scallops with Wakeme Salad, Meghan had Pan-Asian Noodles and Jenna had Mickey Ravioli.
We had a ferry ride back over to Magic Kingdom across the lake. Just beautiful. Even though we were almost 2 hours early before ...
... He got a round of applause for that one. We enjoyed him very much. (He reminded me very much of Pastor Bob.)
Every bus has a representative from Lutheran Hour Ministries who acts as a host and takes care of things as they arise. Kurt Buchholz, Executive Director of LHM, Pastor Gregory Seltz, speaker of the Lutheran Hour, and their wives, rotate among the buses so they can meet as many of the guests as ...