Quality Inn & Suites Universal Studios
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... ask at the marina then. Or maybe not.
I was in a foul mood by this time and just wanted to get back to the room and it was round about here that the stupid woman ran over my foot.
One footnote to all this (pun intended) is that Min has just called to me from the other side of the room. "What are you doing?"
"Typing my blog"
"There's a hell of a lot of Tippetty tapping going on. I can't concentrate on my book. Can't you type quieter?"
I can't win.
Chilled by the pool on the terrace of the hostel. Outside on the main street swarms of emergency services had gathered as a gas leak had sprung in one of the apartment blocks. Roads had been cordoned off whilst channel 7 news helicopters hung above vibrating the humid air like a bass drum. The situation had solved itself within the hour and everything was back to normal. We walked down to the beach, passing a language school on the way, George had just been ...
... it at home and has become slightly obsessed with Dusty, the lead character. The first thing that marked this cinema trip out from those at home was that it cost about £18 for the whole family as opposed to the frankly scandalous best part of £30 for two of us the last time we visited our local multiplex at home. On this point it is also worth pointing out that this was a movie theatre inside ...
... and child swap should get sorted outside. They let us do it in the end though and the older 3 children loved the fact they got to ride twice - once with Matt and once with me.
Then off to Soarin which was one of Duncan' favourite rides. Having lucked in last time to get the front row (which means you don't have people's feet dangling in your face) this time we asked if we could sit at the front. ...
... taking its toll and we needed a pick me up. Epcot is themed and we were near the African area. so we decided a good ol' fashioned choc sundae would do well to pick us up. I have included the menu so you know I am not exaggerating....(remember everything here excludes tax of 8-10% and expected tips of 15%). Our sundae turned out to be a small cup of soft serve ice-cream with fudge sauce on top. Cost USD$25 aaaahhhhhh!!