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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 ...
... member to write a message in their language. The countries are also where the characters hang out, so there was a lot of stopping and waiting. We manged to get through Mexica, Canada, United Kingdom and France, with a peek at Norway, where the wait to meet Elsa and Anna (Frozen princesses) was up to 3 hours!! Needless to say, we didn't meet them.
We got home late, and the kids crashed right away, excited for the next day of exploring the Magic Kingdom.
... dread that my mom was on the other side of the world if I needed her. Actually, I cried myself to sleep when I moved into my apartment at UCF because I was lonely...and my mom was thirty-five minutes down the road. I think that homesickness is my biggest fear, but I think it's something that I'll conquer using Google Hangouts and writing letters and such. Just below that on my long list of fears is that my friends won't miss me as much as I miss ...
... have been.
"TIPPING: Gratuities are automatically added to everything you buy. It is charged at 18% but you can give more if you wish. $3 a meal to your assistant server, $4 a meal to your main server, $3 a day to your room maid and $4 a day to our room attendant. Everyone else, drinks servers, shop attendants, coffee bar waiting staff $1 or $2 per visit."
What? That is disgraceful. In talking to other passengers it appears that the serving crew get ...
... know? The family collectively say No!!!" We could not help but laugh at this misfortune as we piled in to our car at Drayton and the kids all in tears. We had visions of the family having to camp out in the car park for years looking for their car :). So, with this in mind you can imagine that every time we arrive in a Disney Car park the kids begin with "where did we park, what colour is the car", followed by fits of laughter and tears :). Back ...