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Round Three is over; Dad/Steve is very tired, but also very pleased that he's down to only one more Round.
It went well, just long. Now we'll relax for a few days and hope that he's up to traveling next week for a few days. We have a timeshare reserved up at St. Augustine for a few days with our dear friends, Marty and JJ Jones.
Again, thank you all for your love and prayers. IT'S WORKING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
What a big few days. Disney World is unbelievable and BIG.
Today we went through animal kingdom and Hollywood studios.
A very quick journey through the worlds, viewing the best of the worlds - could easily spend days at them but we are time limited.
Check out tomorrow and head to Universal Studios then back to Cape Coral to unpack / pack for our cruise.
Bye for now
... stretching from one side of the ship to the other. It's divided into separate sections by blocks of tables, chairs and raised booths. There is a buffet counter running all the way along the end wall.
We were shown to a table against one wall, where fierce rain was splattering against the window. Our server, actually a really nice chatty girl from Poland called Alex, took our drinks order and explained that as this was the first meal of the cruise it was a ...
Want to take a walk on the wild side in Disney's Animal Kingdom without going to the Park?
Well let me introduce you to what I consider one of the most beautiful places in Disneyworld!
I think its safe to say that most people have been to or know about Animal Kingdom, where you are taken as close to the 'Dark Continent' as you can without needing a passport. If you do not stay at the two ...
... So many times I take a vacation and I come back thinking everywhere else in the world is beautiful and I have forgotten that I live in one of the most beautiful places in the world. It might be "boring" to me when combined with my every day drudgery but if I just take a few moments out in each day to really look around and pretend I am seeing this all as a tourist and NOT as a local it takes on a different perspective altogether. ...