Park Plaza Hotel Winter Park
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... went to Charles Hosmer Morse Museum. Largest collection of Tifffany glass and pottery in the world. We then ended up at the Audubon Birds of Prey Center. They were getting ready to close, so we couldn't see everything, but we did get to see Eagles, Red Shoulder Hawks, Owls and ...
... Terry had the Tikka Masala Chicken. Brook had the New York strip and fish with green beans and mashed potatoes, but gave the fish to Terry. For dessert, Brook had the sticky toffee pudding. This was very similar to bread pudding. Terry had the Jaffa tarts . Dearr an orange cream covered in chocolate ganache. After that, we headed back to Coronado Springs. Pedometer reading: 9.8 miles Please note, we are writing this entry after a very long day. We apologize for any grammatical ...
... pulled back straight. Sometimes it would take up to a year to correct a bad bulge. Many buildings today still have their bolts visible in a row maybe 6 ft apart across at each floor level in the multi floor ones.
There are nearly 100 churches in Charleston, some huge and magnificent, some small and inconspicuous, some got destroyed in the earthquake. There is one our guide pointed out with a 4deg lean of it's tower, to the left as we saw it, but she ...
... medal for his trouble). Lara and I had nearly an hour to wait so we bought a cinnamo pretzel to share and a frozen strawberry lemonade (which Lara refused to try but which was delicious and I had only managed to drink half of it by the time I had to go to Lara's makeover. Throwing the rest away was a terrible experience and such a waste!!) We sat and muched our pretzel in the little performance area and watched a ...
... the experiences I would have over the course of the next week were just icing on the cake of what I had accomplished.
Suzhou and Nanjing were our destination for the first few days of the excursion. Trips to a silk factory, more temples than I can even begin to count, and the dragon lights were the events we had scheduled during our stay. Of course, these things were interesting and exciting, I even have some pictures of silk worms to share, what I remember the ...