Heritage Park Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... this morning, so we rode Soarin' and then proceeded to walk around World Showcase to admire the topiaries in front of each country. Disney does such an excellent job bringing the topiaries to life, making them appear so realistic. We stopped for lunch at Norway sharing two meals again as we had enjoyed a large breakfast earlier that morning, and would be having a buffet dinner that evening. We ordered two turkey club BLT sandwiches served on a toasted Norwegian ...
... feeding the rays, watching the Shamu show and most definitely feeding dolphins all in addition to the roller-coasters and rides which we hardly had to queue for as there were so many small children at the park. In the evening as we were walking round our phones all started to alarm with unusual tones and the screens displayed a message of and Amber alert giving a car and licence plate (registration number). We asked what this was and were told that in America the Police can take ...
... them apart from Australia. They still serve drinks and snacks on their flights, they all offer wifi, they will not allow anyone on the flight to consume nuts if a fellow passenger has a nut allergy and the airports have mobile device charging stations everywhere.
I was surprised at how large Atlanta airport is. We had to catch a train between two of its five terminals and the building itself felt more like being in a ...
... a little shaded cabana.
When Jodie came back and woke me up we rode the "Crush & Gusher" which is like a water slide/roller coaster. You have the choice to ride by yourself or doubles. So, of course, we rode together. It was super fun and the pool at the bottom was full of warm water. I have never been on a water slide that makes you go up &
down...it was a blast!
We also did some quick snorkeling in the "Shark Reef". You put on a mask ...
... comes down really close to your face, so it is not recommended for claustrophobics and I know why! We did the green version, which is a little gentler than the orange, which is rougher and you experience G forces (the 3 boys did that later in the day when there wasn't much of a wait). Story is that you all have a job (depending where you sit in the capsule) and you are on a mission to Mars. It is a simulator, so you feel like you are taking off and flying ...