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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of communications. This doesn't sound very good but it really was - it was good to see how we have grown through the many many years!
After this we headed into the world section of Epcot with the famous ares of the world surrounding the inner lake. It was good to experience all the different types of the food and to see Epcot at night time.
However, on a low note, we tried to get ...
... beetles. It was also amazing.
The second part of Harry Potter world was up next- diagon alley, which excited the **** out of Kate. It did however, provide some of the best people watching i've ever seen. Kids and grown ups alike wearing capes whipping wands around and casting spells. Hilarious!
The one ride that we decided would be worthwhile was Harry potter and escape from the gringotts. We were staring at an hour wait, maybe more, but ...
... Nazi Salutes :S Well I certainly met some interesting characters. Stayed with Julius, a guy from Holland the next few days into Costa Rica, and he was willing to rough it up as much as me, whilst of course being a little stingy – something you have to be to survive in that country. Went to a massive volcano with a lake at the top, visited a place with the worlds most sky blue water caused by volcanic minerals, then bused and hitched our way on the back of motorbikes to ...
Today the weather was complete opposite around 28 degrees its someting to do with the arctic line that runs through mid USA it can move depending on air pressure apparently, anyway today we went to animal kingdom it was alot more comfortable, less crowds and better weather, we waited nearly 2 hours for our first ride a safari it went for 20 min and was a good ride in ...
... is make a note of which parking lot and row number you are in! Without it life can be rather stressful on your return. Last year back in the UK leaving Drayton Manor Park after a fab day with Murlene and Family, heading to the cars we bumped in to a family who had lost their car and had no clue where it was. the scene goes something like this:- "Where did we park? I don't know! What colour is the car? I don't know! What is the registration? I don't ...