Westin Orlando Universal Boulevard
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... really is the most magical place on earth!
* Make use of the free fast pass system to jump to the front of the queue's
* Make sure you remember where you parked your car- display something on the aerial (the carp parks are massive)
* Wear a sun hat and sun cream (my brother had a rather nasty bout of sun stroke as a result of not doing this)
* Pace yourself!
... while I gave Jenna's car an inspection, checked the oil, and yes - rotated the tires. Also cleaned and polished the headlight lens. They were so filthy and oxidized that at times we could not tell the lights were on. See before and after pics. We picked up Jenna from work and went to one of her local favorite "cast member" hangouts, a Steak and Shake, for dinner. Spurs were on late for game ...
... is a must! Also Test Track is fantastic, don’t miss out you will love it. This is a big park and to visit it properly you need to think about doing it over two days.
14. Disney – Fast Pass. The fast pass system at Disney has changed and not for the better. Each person has three fast passes per day i.e. you can only choose three attractions to bypass. This is very limiting. Contrary to the advertisements you ...
... larger. Sooooo many cars! We made one more pit stop on soda and popcorn and headed home. We dropped Ray and Kaleb off and headed for the new urgent care across the street to get Kylee checked out. After just a few minutes, she was diagnosed with a sinus infection and about an half hour later we were back at Ray and Helens to give her some medicine. Hopefully by tomorrow she is feeling better. Off to bed we went after a long busy day. Next up is Sea ...
... but when we met up later at one of the hotel's cafeteria style restaurants, the whole sorry saga was relayed in all it's gruesome detail.
David panicked. With his mobile phone gone, the larger part of his life went with it. He screamed, he yelled, and, apparently he cried. Nothing could console him. Without his mobile phone his life, in effect meant nothing, it was over.
Then he found the phone again in an unexpected zip pocket of one of the bags ("who ...