The Courtyard at Lake Lucerne
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... abandoned by myself however as the Hulk rollercoaster that we went on first strained my neck and as I was already feeling unwell kind of ruined the experience. To top it off it rained a fair bit and was chillier that expected so the thought of going on high speed rides or water rides was pretty off putting We struck to the indoor 4D rides which were cool: Spiderman, Transformers, and Shrek all good fun, as was the Men In Black ride where you ...
... in work clothes as he was here for a conference) were soaked from head to toe. Wade and I continued our way around the park again using our fast pass to avoid the lines. We hit up the Hulk coaster, Spiderman 3D(which we rode twice in a row as there was a problem with some of the scenes) and the Fearfall(like bat wing at Movie world). We also watched some shows and saw the special Grinchmas Christmas show. We headed out of the park early and chillaxed at the resort for a while ...
... we gonna make tonight something special".
"Oh please don't," I muttered to myself. But they did. I glared at Maddy and Chris who were obviously orchestrating this, but they just laughed like drains, as did all the rest of our group, except me of course.
Before long out came the badge, yes my third badge, but worse was to come. Just before dessert, a special chocolate bomb thing was delivered to me, small but deadly, with a lit candle in the ...
... the three boys and it was fantastic to hear them cheering away with excitement at the prospect of doing what the characters do in the movie / books. The actual line onto the ride took us on a tour through the castle first; moving people in paintings, sorting hats, huge stairways and dark tunnels all adding to the atmosphere. We followed this one with a few other Harry Potter rides and then headed off to the other parts of the park. We spent our day experiencing every ride ...
... for me, as it turned out my families view of it was about as drastically different from my rose tinted image of myself and my family.
The centre piece of Celebration is a lovely lake, where you can sit on one of the rocking chairs under an umbrella and while away an hour, or have lunch in one of the lovely cafes across the road, close your eyes and you could just about imagine Jessica Fletcher dashing around trying to solve a case from Murder ...