Villas at Regal Palms Resort & Spa
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... there will be 17 of us. Wow, family is so important to us and what a way to spend time together - at the happiest place on earth!! We are leaving on the Friday after Thanksgiving and staying for 10 days. We are flying because I cannot imagine 18 hours in a car with 5 kids :) I booked us 4 rooms at the Grand Floridian because I've always dreamt of staying there. I am sure it is going to look ...
... any smaller than adult portions!!! Everyone had a good stab and eating what they could, i don't think Tabari or Kaleb had a problem lol.
After lunch it took a while to find the Mall but Susan and Murlene got us there in the end :). As it was Saturday afternoon it took us quite a while to find somewhere to park. When we did manage to park we realised we only had 2 hours to shop. So we split into teams and met up afterwards. I think we all had ...
... Kaisha and Kaleb ended up with new Adidas and Vans trainers, Tabari had a bag full of goodies (trainers x2, cap, football, t-shirts), Ayania got new football boots, trainers, Murl had Converse trainers, crocs, Oakley Ts, Banana Republic jacket and dress and Ericka two pairs of Fossil sun glasses (which were presents bought for her). We are still working on the concept of shopping for yourself with Ericka! she happily buys for the kids and others ...
... actually have to buy another couple of cases to fit everything in. Our last night in Orlando and as we could only book the villa for a week we are spending the night in downtown disney at the Holiday inn, we have decided not to drive up to Washington as its a waste of a day so will be dropping Cecil off at the airport in the morning and flying up. We spend the evening reflecting on our road trip, We have spent 81.5 hours in Cecil crossed ...
... the company as well as the challenges and trends for the foreseeable future.
The first day of meetings included an address and update from Louise Miller, Executive VP of Marketing and Sales, aka the head honcho of the conference. She provided a comprehensive sales update, outlining wins as well as areas for improvement. My biggest takeaway from Louise’s presentation was the message that "If you don’t convince your customers to ...