Super 8 Kissimmee Suites
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... next day, Wet N' Wild. This water park was known to be the one that was less glamorous than the other ones, but the bigger and more exciting rides, perfect! We got there early to reserve a little spot in the sunshine, and then went round the park going on every and any ride that we came across. The first was a ride that opened the day before, and was a race down the water tubes. Naturally, being competitive, I completely threw myself down there and came ...
... a combo of rides, characters and exploring. Temps were in the mid-80's and humid, so it was a little uncomfortable for walking around all day, but we weren't complaining (well, except for Kaden).
Our first stop was Guest Services to get a locker for all of our "necessities" and our picnic lunch, and to get some "First Time Visit" buttons for the kids. Then we were off to Mission Space, which both kids loved. We also rode Test Track and Maelstrom ...
... 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 ...
... both got some sunburn) and then packed it up to go back to the buses and then back to ASMR.
We got back to the room. We took a quick nap (30-45 minutes), then got ready for Downtown Disney (DTD) again, for some food, music, shopping and games!
Went to Earl of Sandwich for dinner. I ordered the Original (Roast Beef, Cheddar & Horseradish) & Jodie ordered the Hawaiian BBQ (Grilled Chicken, Red Peppers, Pineapple &
BBQ Sauce), we split ...
... Well, that explains that then.
Before we actually got on to the ship we had to have our "happy family photograph" taken. We have since seen this picture and I can report that it is indeed a picture of Min and me, but "happy" is not necessarily the adjective I'd use to describe it. And if we wanted a copy it would cost us $20. And so the rip offs began.
At last we moved onto the gangplank and through the huge doorway into the ship's atrium which is ...