Oakwood at La Palazza
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... covers 48 square miles, has an amazing but complex internal road system, including it's own motorways, and you could spend half an hour travelling just five miles. Particularly if you get lost. Which we do. A lot.
The free Disney buses go everywhere all day long but you'll wait for up to half an hour for one and the route is never direct. Buses stop at one other resort at least, plus possibly a water park and can be full of "people". You know what ...
... really expensive and we were expecting some interesting local gourmet food, fish was mentioned in the description but not available, the food was a basic buffet - we could get at least as good at home for 1/4 of the price and wine was extra!!
Jill was really cross as she had registered for 2 other similar events.
(BTW Our Canadian friend was a speech -language therapist who had adopted a Russian child - now primary ...
... section, interactive exhibits where you could do anything from a simulated space walk, to using a simulator to land the shuttle. There was a replica of some of the tunnel like structures in the space station that the kids could crawl through, we didn't realise until we were on the level below that the tubes were clear on the bottom and suspended in mid air (eek), there were slides for the kids to go down which were at the exact pitch that the shuttle would glide in ...
By todays title you would be forgiven for thinking we spent the day on a fishing boat. We were much closer to home though, at Disneys Typhoon Lagoon water park. Today was the last day our Disney tickets were valid and we hadn't been to Typhoon Lagoon, so, despite the weather not being as warm as I'd have liked we headed there for as close to 10am as we could manage.
My first stop was the shop, my rashie had stretched to the stage that my first dip in ...
... Spaceship Earth which in many ways was similar to what it was like when I first visited 20 years ago. The ride is a tram takes you past scenes from history, but toward the end there more up-to-date segments that involve new technology ... including your own face in a virtual reality video.
Then we did the Living with the Land attraction. Again, not only similar but identical to 20 years ago. Boring.
Next we encountered a butterfly house ...