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... the day was pretty much spent at a motion censored fire hydrant that M stumbled upon. She made some friends, caught the eye of a photographer who did some great candid shots, and we were able to watch a rock concert style show while she played! We ended the afternoon playing in the Honey I Shrunk The Kids play area and eating Mickey Mouse ice cream sandwiches.
Bye Disney World!! We miss you already…but will be ...
... these shoes. Women can choose between Minnie - 860 or 990's and men's choices are Mickey 860 0r 990's.
Once Ali got up and was ready, we grabbed a quick bagged breakfast from the market in the hotel lobby. We jumped into the car and headed over to the Wide World of Sports complex to scout around the Health and Fitness Expo. We needed to fix a couple little issues left from yesterday's registration and pick up the shoes for Ann.
We got to the park way ...
... week of the year, Harry Potter was constantly packed. Other parts of the park were fairly quiet. You can certainly see where the money comes from and why Universal added Harry to its second park.
Did a few roller coaster rides - just to prove to the kids that we had, we could, and we are not yet too old for their sort of fun! We have been hit by some Arctic cold here with wind yesterday. Not what you expect in Florida with heavy ...
Then on to the Seas with Nemo and Friends. Again, Disney out does itself. After the ride, we went into what was similar to the Ripley's Aquarium. Nathan LOVED the dolphins! Seeing his excitement was so great.
Another Character stop to meet Mickey, Goofy and Minnie!! Then for a walk around the world. It was the Food and Wine Festival, so the smells were incredible. It was great to "visit" each country. And one of ...
... heed their warnings. He continued to feel really queezy but wanted to keep pressing on, until finally at about noon, decided that it wasn't worth it. We stopped for lunch at this point in one of the air conditioned restaurants and didn't leave until Vaughan started to feel better.
He's convinced that once you reach a certain age, rollercoasters are just not for you, and apparently for him, that age is 30.
By about 5pm, we had seen all ...