SpringHill Suites Orlando at Seaworld
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... Picked up some plates in Crate and Barrel for Lucy. Stayed there for the afternoon and then went for an early dinner to Fishbones. We had a coupon for it from our concierge which would give us a $10 off.
Very nice place. Mainly fish but also steaks and prime rib. Interesting cocktails. I had a blackberry margarita which sounds rather disgusting but was vey nice. Unusually, it was not sweet. Bob had ...
... looking for more clues before we headed over to the Dinosaur ride. It was a fun indoor ride in a "jeep" that has been sent back in time to collect a dinosaur and bring it back to present day. Very bumpy but good fun! Then Ry insisted on the going on the Primeval Twirl ride - a mini coaster with a bit of spinning. Mark sat this one out, but the rest of us enjoyed it. Then it was definitely time for lunch - big serves of ribs, chicken ...
... slides and I took a trip to the grocery store for the coffee filters and a few other things we needed. We had a nice quiet morning and then drove over to Downtown Disney.
There is a lot of construction going on there, but there were plenty of people to point you to parking and such. Keith wanted to see American Sniper. There was a 12:00 showing at the AMC theater complex in Downtown Disney. It is has dine and view options—you pick a seat and order food at a screen ...
... a former classmate of these wonderful times has passed. His passing was in the back of my mind, and today even more so. However I don't think Fred would have wanted me to be saddened by his passing, but instead to serve as reminder of these precious memories of my time in Nancy with him and the rest of my ICN family. And for that I am grateful and happy. Rest In Peace Fred. ...
I had a terrible argument with my feet this morning. They were protesting relentlessly until I explained that there are SIX parks on this trip and therefore they must be patient with me. It seemed they would calm down for some time and off and on, like a child, protest with an aching "are we there yet?" Well, 8.33 miles and 19,069 steps later - we are home. My feet continue to protest so I imagine this will be brief! I have however reassured my lovely feet that tomorrow will be ...