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... practically on the beach, so of course we spent some time there before finding the most perfect spot to watch M's special "birthday" fireworks. We lucked out with it being Clearwater's Centennial; hence the fireworks. M was super excited when we sang Happy Birthday during the show and amazed at how many people were there to celebrate her birthday...lol. She even asked if she could take pictures with her new camera..."This is SO neat mommy!". It was quite the finish to the perfect day!
... well. We then went on to the Milliennia Mall where we had lunch at the Cheesecake Factory. If you come to America you should do this at least once. We nearly got to the one in Fort Lauderdale and the one in Naples but finally cracked it today. Food was good but the restaurant was very busy and noisy - are we getting old?
After lunch checked into our Disney hotel, the Port Orleans French Quarter which is fine. Disney has a good system where they issue you with ...
... participate by using guns to try and soak you. So much fun and as per normal the boys went multiple times.
This park is great for all people but especially caters for the 8 to 15 mark. The kids rode everything and struggled to name the attractions they liked most.
What a great day. We are all exhausted but you can’t get the smiles off our faces!
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... Orlando is bloody hot. We cruised around a bit longer and ended up in the kiddies section at the curious George area, clearly took a wrong turn, delirious from the heat and it's only 11am!! The whole park is in a circle so we walked though this Simpson area and found another simulator, I was reluctant after the scary Harry potter one but Nathan and Karen convinced me to go on it, it was no where near as scary as the first one but it ...
Today is Universal Studios day. Hooray. Just a reminder to say, that I don't do theme parks. I think they are the gateways to purgatory. I think its the way the Devil gets back at good men and women for just being good.
Hell on Earth, second only to Macys in New York.
The day started at 7:30am, on holiday, it's a sin. We drive the 103 miles to Orlando, taking one hour and forty five minutes and we get in the park easily. The organization is impressive although the cost ...