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... who meet you when you drive up, take your clubs and then put them in a cart for you which is waiting when you come out of the pro shop. At the end they take them, clean them and bring them to your car!!!! Pretty nice service. The whole thing cost about £25. Oh, yes and he went round in 99 so still keeping under the magic 100!!!! What a happy chappy Bob is at the moment. He's playing it again on Thursday with Dave.
... than standard roller coasters. An oldie but a goodie :) 7. I made my way back into Fantasyland to check the wait time for the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train. It was still over a 2 hour wait. 2.5 hours in fact. I asked some people if they thought the time would decrease towards the late afternoon or evening, but based on what they experienced the day before and being one of the newest rides, they said no. So I decided to join the queue and wait it out. It was a long ...
... Ron and Hermione, boo at Malfoy as he tried to knock Harry off his broomstick, nearly get frizzed by fire-breathing dragons and get rescued from terrible dementors. It was worth every second in the queue, we just wished we could turn around and do it again. But alas, Jurassic Park was waiting. That was a fun water ride, which started as a pleasant tour but then took a nasty turn and ...
... had to do up the back when he came down) haha. There was also another waterslide quite similar, and they had water Tubes you go down in pairs, ones you go down in the dark, a 6seater tube and floating river. It was really fun and a nice break from all the crowds and lines, as we went at the end of the day and there weren't too many people around. We then went back to the hotel to get changed and went back to Hollywood studios ...
... open, but of course when you come on holiday you do not usually come prepared for lock breaking. So the only tool I found was a sturdy wooden coat hanger. But all I managed to do was reduce it to so many splinters of wood and an interesting collection of bent metal.
Finally, with Min in tears we were left with only one resort. With heaving, kicking and pulling we managed to force the hard plastic case open enough on one side to pull the contents out of the small ...