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... it turned into a theme park as well. For all our visits to Orlando, we’ve never really considered Universal. This might be the time to give it a try.
On our way out of the hotel, we ran into the manager. He asked how we were, could he get us anything. He also asked if we had seen the magician. No, we hadn’t. Apparently, they hire a magician to entertain guests during the breakfast hours on Wednesday and Friday. So the ...
... Internet today (next door). Was great, and fast, but they closed at 5pm. Back to the mall to upload tonight, and check messages! After free drinks tonight, it was a trip to Sprout's Farmers Market (again, just across the road) for salads for dinner. I had a great time and added chocolate coated cranberries, raw almonds and goji berry trail mix to my planned purchase! Oh, and cutlery. Made from corn, not petroleum, as the box ...
... So, I think he ordered me a latte (I think that is what it was). I added some sugar to it and stirred it up and I enjoyed it. This happened a day or two before my chocolate "how do you do?" and again, I didn't get any jolt from it. Stayed awake most of the day, but that was because we were busy. Back to day, I had the same thing in my coffee cup and because it was cool, it tasted heavenly. Boy, I wonder if there ...
... the train station, then on arrival in Bayeux I have to pick up our rental car, go get tickets for the D-Day commemorations, then go to the town hall to get a special decal so we can use the roads in the area on D-Day! All this after long flights from LAX!
If you think of us first thing Thursday morning, please offer up a prayer that all this goes as planned.
... up and our tummies full of milkshake and burgers, we continued. The scenery changed from desert to a different kind of desert, to desert with a sort of scrubby covering, to desert with a different sort of scrubby covering, until slowly but surely it became a little bit greener, and trees started to appear here and there. As dusk started to fall on our approach to Grand Canyon Village the trees got thicker and taller, and all of a sudden we ...