The Westin Lake Mary
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... balcony and comforting herself with cupcakes.
In the morning before we ate we squeezed in the Swiss Family Robinson Tree House and the Magic Carpets of Aladdin. We had fast passes this day to Big Thunder Mountain and Peter Pan and the Snow White Mine Train which broke down but we were able to return later when it was running again. We used the extra time to meet the princesses Anna and Elsa which was a long wait of 1:10 but well worth it! ...
... we arrived to find that had we taken any other way in we would have been backed up. As we entered the parking lot it began to rain but we were still completely shocked how quick we got to our parking spot. My parking karma for this vacation has been awesome and it continued as we were able to park so close to the entrance that we didn't even have to take the tram. Less than 100 yards and we were at the ferry boats waiting to take us across the Seven Seas Lagoon. Kylee had ...
... up for what is definitely the most popular attraction at the moment which is to meet Anna and Elsa from frozen. At 10 we went back down to the Main Street for the lights show and fireworks, getting ourselves a prime spot in the centre. These are by far the best fireworks I've seen! (I can show you the video if anyone would like to see). We got the ferry and tram back to the car park, with some last slow shutter shots if the park along the way after a fantastic end to our Florida ...
Lauren here. Another very wet morning meant we didn't decide what to do with our day until lunchtime. We headed out for lunch and opted to coincide this with exchanging some items at the outlet mall, meaning that we ended up spending far longer there than ...
... a bus tour of nasa and the launch pads, this was amazing to see- they have the tallest (53 stories ) single level building in the World which houses the rockets/shuttles. They also told us that NASA is currently working on the next space mission and they do launches at least once a month. We then headed to an exhibition which included a simulation of the control room, a life size rocket and a moon rock that we got to touch. Next we headed to the Atlantis ...