Lake Roy Beach Inn
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... that I realised it was because her drink bottle wasn't working! When I fixed it she drank the entire thing in one go. It was a really lovely family day, and Samuel had a ball, but it was no Disney World. Although the lines were much shorter and the crowds much less it didn't have the wonder and magic around it. I think Samuel would disagree though. At 6pm a huge storm front rolled in and most of the rides were closed. Soon after the rain began we were relieved from ...
Today we drove over to Winter Haven to spend some time with Dave. It was a long drive but worth it to see him again. We had a nice visit and lunch. It was nice to be at his home, lots of memories of Marty's Mom there. She really loved living down here. We took route 17 to and from Winter Haven. Mostly a very pretty drive, lots of orange groves and cattle ranches. Some pretty poor areas too. Back to the hotel later for a workout and ...
... free refreshments. It's a place that offers sodas from around the world. Even though Beverly tastes awful, we still love to have a sip. Before we knew it, it was time for dinner at the Rose and Crown in England. Just like at Cinderella's Royal Table, we told them we would be willing to wait if we could get a table outside on the lagoon. Sure enough, we got a great table outside. We started out with the Scotch Egg appetizer. It was a fried egg and a sausage bread, with mustard ...
Post by Marisa, 14
So first we went on the test track and i didn't really know what to think becauseiI had only been on one real roller coaster in my life and i didn't do any research to find out what it was even about. but my six year old cousin joey was pretty pumped, so i decided i should be too. after designing our car (which looked quite swaggy) we rode in the already made cars to compare how fast/efficient/powerful our car would be.
... endless loop, unending recursion something...) We ate lunch at the Moroccan "fast" restaurant which was really good. The portions were generous -- except for the (non-alcoholic) fruit drink I had (more or less a 12 oz. tangerine Slurpie) which cost $5.99 (!!). As we finished "Canada" the sky opened and Andrea greeted us! We high-tailed it into a building to wait for the deluge to subside a bit. In the meantime, Ruth got her picture taken with Chip & Dale. When the ...