Red Roof Inn Orlando - International Drive/Convention Center
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... do not know how to create true luxury in an intimate environment. Honestly, it made me want to scream. Only no one would have heard me.
The meal was ok, not better than the Captain's Table, but the food was fine and the waitress just thus side of tolerably jolly, but she brought the bill out whilst we were still eating pudding. I do hate that. And because we were quite a late booking, most of the other diners had gone by the time dessert was brought ...
... Living in Seattle, we are unprepared for the abruptness of the weather! I ran errands in order to get ready for tomorrow. All in all, it ended up being a lovely day, even though Bryn was nervous about the first day of competition.
The competition started on Tuesday with speed events half of the day and freestyle the other ...
... your dental bills stayed low and your brain stayed more or less where it started out. They must have liked their thrills in the 1800s, as Gwazi was much more of a screamer than anticipated, there may even have been a 4 letter word or 2 escape my lips as it plummeted down drops and hurtled round corners at speeds and angles that I hadn't expected..... a great way to get into the mind set required for the day. We went off for a wonder round and stumbled ...
... would see it turn into a maxi dress, so it was time for a new one. Mind you, with the number of strange looks I got for wearing a rashie I really don't think I'd have had more if I was wearing a maxi dress, sun safety is not something that is uppermost in the minds of most water park guests, but more on that later.
The wave pool at Typhoon Lagoon's big draw card is the tsunami wave. This was a big hit with Indie, not so much with Orlanda. This ...
... is very similar to the park lodges in the Serengeti. And a balcony with a view of wild animals. They were very interested. And thus, a girls' trip to Disney World was begat.
By "girls", I mean 6 60-somethings. NOT 60 6-year-olds. We are adults who planned to do Disney in an adult fashion. No kids. High end restaurants. Luxury accommodations. Not even a trip to Magic Kingdom. We decided on EPCOT and Animal Kingdom. And we had a ball.