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Travel Blogs from Orlando
... was, "I'm English"
"Oh, I wasn't sure."
"Obviously, you stupid cow" I didn't say. Turns out she was Canadian, so there you go.
Finally we left the park, and caught the bus back to the hotel with thunder and lighting rattling around. And to our total surprise there was an elephant in our room. Now we can't decide whether the monkey or the elephant is the best towel animal, and which one we'll pinch to take home.
... After a further morning of fun and frolics we headed back in time to the 50's Prime Time Café for our lunch. Prime Time is one of those uniquely Disney restaurants that offers a one of a kind experience along with some gigantic and very enjoyable comfort food. Where else would a family go, hoping that Mummy gets told off for putting her elbows on the table or Daddy is chastised for not eating his greens. While it isn't advertised ...
... br> I rounded out the day checking out a couple of other exhibits, one on early space exploration and the other on wildlife in the area.
5.30pm and we were back on the bus and heading back to Orlando. Once I got back to the hotel, it was a quick turn-around and out for dinner.
Determined to have a nice meal, I headed to the Angus Steak House around the corner and grabbed a seat at the bar. Got chatting to a fella named Joe beside me who was the CEO for a fibre optics ...
After breakfast we persuaded the children to come with us to Walmart as they have a selection of toys, Disney goodies and other things they might be interested in spending their pocket money on - far cheaper than in the parks.
Apart from Duncan getting lost at one point - it was a successful trip. Scott and ...
... he chooses to go on again and we part ways as I head off to Ollivander’s Wand Shop. Only 20 or so people are allowed in at a time so I wait in the line and head in. It’s such a surreal experience, I feel like I’m in the movies again. They even hire British people to work in this place – crazy! When I leave Ollivanders after choosing not to buy a wand (what is a 24 year old going to do with a wand??) I go to the Three Broomsticks for a frozen Butterbeer ...