Coco Key Hotel and Water Park Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Hot tub
- Outdoor pool
- Microwave in room
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When you have kids that go to different schools, which celebrate spring break and various other holidays on different dates, it makes planning getaways complicated.
For this reason Vera and her two girls took off for three days to Orlando and enjoyed the waterpark at their hotel, the Coco Key Water Resort (https://www.cocokeyorlando.com …
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Hello Again - This is our fourth trip (semi back-packing) around Europe. We did this in 2011, 2012, and 2014. During the summer of 2013 we drove 5,000+ mile around the U.S. visiting many of the major Civil War sites commemorating the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation. So this year commemorating Frank's diamond birthday and because of his partial Italian ...
... chilly wait. However, the wonderful people checking us into our assigned slots too took us right away! We skipped on down to the fitting area, where I tried on Ann's shoes, only to fall in love with a pair myself! They let me and Alison each buy a pair of commemorative Disney New Balance running shoes :-). It turns out your appointment allows you to purchase up to 5 pairs!!!
Our mission completed at Wide World of Sports, we scooted quickly over to the ...
... Resort, which, along with the rest of Orlando we could see to date, looked a bit tired and worn down. We had to wait a couple of hours to get into our room so we took off to find some lunch and explore the area. Very spread out compared to NY, Quebec and DC, but was great to walk around in warmth with just T-shirts on :-) Upgraded the room to a junior suite to get a second room, a fold out bed and ...
... had to do when coming out of the lift was not to take the pushchair with both hands and carefully and safely manoeuvre it around the people waiting to get in the lift, no the most important thing was to vaguely and blindly push the pushchair out of the lift whilst texting her horoscope to her friend in Alberqueque (or wherever).
And this brings me to the main subject of my sermon this evening. What is it with everybody and their mobile phones these days? This ...