Value Place Sanford
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... t go on them yet because I was not prepared! We then went through (part of) Hogwarts Castle and then went into the castle shop. That's when the storm came! It started bucketing down and we had to buy some ponchos (they are a bit like raincoats). Then we calmly walked back to the entrance, got on a bus, got back to our hotel and went to sleep. More to come. P.S. Sorry I haven't uploaded in a while. P.P.S. I've been ...
... know Disney! Hardly slept, then finally the big day. To tell the truth not to explain the feeling is incredible we are totally crazy in that park, everything is beautiful! We have been on toys, up to watch the plays. Our experience lasted only four days, four more weredays that seemed to have no end, after this period it was time to wake up, full of gifts we return to our home with the feeling of accomplishment ...
... all the top attractions, Tower of Terror, Rock "n" Roller coaster, Star Tours, The Great Movie Ride, Muppet 3D Vision, Indiana Jones stunt show and the extreme stunt show. Once again I'm surprised at how busy the park is especially on a rainy day in mid Jan? It appears that the whole of South America is on holiday with us, so if you fancy a trip to Brazil go now, you'll have the place all to yourself.
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... time zip lining, but it was time to leave. Now we had to go home, back to Downingtown. (Hence the name "Zipping HOME") We started driving to Santee again.
The thrill for day was, the van door on the driver side would not close. Sangeetha and Krithika started praying, and their prayers were answered very soon�� and journey continued. We reached Santee at about 8:30 at night. After a homemade noodle dinner, we all fell fast asleep...
... of card printed on one side only, and the wine list which was the size and weight of an encyclopaedia. I quickly skimmed through the many pages of what was entitled "your guide to the pleasures of wine from around the world" and saw the cheapest wine was a Chilean Merlot at $45 (about £30). Now I can get a bottle of this plonk from my local Tesco for £4.99 and there was no way I was paying these exorbitant prices, especially as there did not appear to be a top end to ...