Ramada Altamonte Springs
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... to keep them out of trouble. After coming back to the condo, Rob and I went for a walk around the property, which is a beautifully maintained timeshare, where I'm sure they use nail clippers to trim the lawn edges. Even the grass around the many ponds is impeccably groomed. Some ducks swam over to greet us at one of the ponds and after staring us down and realizing we had no food to ...
... man. After consuming extensive chocolate, and I realised that my presents were
not particularly original, but they politely accepted them with grace and
humour. We later spent a glorious evening out in their garden, the Christmas
lights glinting on the lake, chatting, and I essentially became an OAP 60 years
early. It was beautiful.
Before I knew it, it was my last day in Florida. We headed off to Gatorland,
where the Gators jumped for their chicken ...
... top level right at the front of the boat so had an awesome uninterrupted view of both sides if the river and the amazing houses and boats we went past. The trip was commentated by captain Ozzie with a fair amount of predictable but humorous anecdotes and jokes. After an hour, we pulled up to what they referred to as an island but it wasn't. There we were led to an undercover area filled with tables and settings for dinner. Beans, bread rolls, wedges and coleslaw ...
... impressive. It started raining at about 11 and didn't really stop for the rest of the day. This did mean that the park was quite empty, so we didn't have to queue for long on any of the rides, but after the water rides (where you get absolutely drenched!) we didn't dry off all day. I was suffering the effects of drinking quite a lot of water through the day at just the wrong time: we had to queue for a while for the log flume, then I held up the ride when I couldn't get in ...
... tunnels that run underground around the park used by the staff, which was pretty cool. No photos were allowed, so you'll have to take my word for it that we had fun. Lunch at Columbia Harbor House was included and it was very good.
Later that night, Nathan and I ventured over to EPCOT's World Showcase. We ate dinner at Nine Dragons Restaurant at the China pavilion. We walked over to Japan and sampled sake. It was a beautiful first day of our trip.