Westin Orlando Universal Boulevard
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... Asian food in 'Asia' for lunch- probably the best food we have had in all of the parks. We then made our way to blizzard beach, one of the water parks for the late afternoon. They have a really really high waterslide - similar to the one I went on in Dubai (but apparently not as hairy). It was about 3 stories high and i lost my bather top going down (luckily I though this might happen so I was holding on it on the way down... ...
... we are all sitting in puddles but that is not insulting enough, oh noooo. Another dip, dramatic enough for a thorough re-soak and then for some insane reason as you THINK you are nearing the end, hoses open up on you and blast you before you can close your mouth after screaming from your earlier soakings. I believe I drank a liter of water in those last moments: (waterfall scream) GLUG, (shock scream ... WHAT the WHAT?) GLUG, GLUG, GLUG! Fully re-hydrated (thank you ...
... I can't take them to Nth. Carolina on the plane or I would have bought some for the 4th July.
We arrived in St. Augustine around 11:30 and had an extended lunch break here. Its a beautiful old town with lots and lots of history. We only had 2.5 hours to see it all which of course didn't happen as we also had to have lunch in that time.
The drawbridge is ...
... out the Shark Reef where if you wished could swim with the tropical fish, stingrays and sharks - Nope no takers on that either - just watched others.
Decided to sit and have a little lunch at Typhoon Tilleys - snagged a shady seat to have a salad and cold beverage.
Deb decided to drift back on a relaxing tube in Castaway Creek back to our seats, whilst Jayde and William tried out Crush 'n' Gusher - where you could ...
... and change of plans. Drop car, then walk from rental yard, not doing that traffic again. Done, calmed down, at the gate. We thought LA was crowded, then we thought Union Square was crowded, then we thought skiing at Christmas was crowded. But...Universal in its busiest week is a whole new level. In all honesty, MCG on Grand Final day would not be as busy. But...we had express passes that allowed us to bypass 2 hour queues. Yay! Jason thought ...