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- Car rentals
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
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... had a fast pass for. We ere on the ride within a few minutes. It was a cute ride, but nothing like I expected with all the hype made over it. It seemed to end before it started. We have fast passes for it on two more days, but wouldn't bother waiting in a standby line for it. I much prefer the Big Thunder Mountain ride, which is my favourite ride in the Magic Kingdom. We also experienced Haunted Mansion, Little Mermaid, Peter Pan, It's A Small World, Pirates of ...
... have too much to do to be hung up on a minor technicality like plane tickets.
As today is the last day in the US I needed to go to the hospital and get a blood transfusion to hold me over for the next three weeks. Normally I get two units of packed red blood cells every two to three weeks but as we have a lot of activity the first three weeks we are in China my doctor allowed me to get a third unit. The staff at South ...
... is one more special purpose lens and it happens to be my favorite.
Nikon 200mm f/4 Micro lens (with extension tubes) - This lens allows me to take full-frame pictures of small objects bordering on microscopic with the extension tubes, i.e. insects, flowers, etc. I could have probably left this at home for the trip but as I have never been to China before I may find a lot of new small things to photograph. You may also notice that ...
Our day started off extremely early as we made our way to Diagon Alley! Out the door at 6:30am! We headed straight for Diagon Alley, just like everyone else. The lineup had begun for the Gringott's ride...4 hours, technical difficulties and lots of contemplation to get out...we got on the ride! Talk about Crazy!! The ride was amazing...but not maybe 4 hours worth?!? The rest of Diagon Alley was so well done, true to the book ...
... you want one. We learned Fort Worth has a sweet music scene and an even cooler lake to set up hammocks next to. There are also about 400 billboards per each and every run down tourist attraction in Texas and New Mexico.
After Texas, we finally made it to New Orleans, The Big Easy, Naw'lins. We drove up around 7 to the only place left in the area with open campsites because of the French Quarter Festival. Turns out the place ...