I would have been happy to stay and enjoy the house and skip the park!We left the park around 2PM, went and had a late lunch-early supper, back to Air B&B house for a nap, then back to the park. DD got us a 4 bedroom 4 bath big roomy house with the 2 car garage as a game room full of stuff like a pool table and other things to play.
A swimming pool with the screen house that every pool in Florida has to keep the hordes of mosquitoes from sucking people dry. It was too cold to play in the pool, we were too tired anyway. LOL
A 2500 square foot home in a nice neighborhood where homes sell for 550 thousand and up. A couple bought it to retire to, in the meantime they have a management company renting it out. 6 nights cost $750. DD said about the same as a couple of cramped hotel rooms.
Here I would enjoy visitingLast day, we went to Animal Kingdom. It was a slower pace, more relaxed and not a mad rush for the next ride.
Dad provided transportation.
We rode an open bus through the Savanna, 110 acres. The “road” was concrete, but simulated as a muddy dirt, rough road, bouncy and rutted. Some of the animals were kept behind a moat, don’t want to feed anybody to the lions.
After that, we went on a train ride with a stop at a petting zoo. Girls made a beeline for the goats. I sure hope @Mini Horses and @frustratedearthmother don’t see this or they may take a vacation to my farm and surprise me with a couple of goats!
Yes you would. It was beautiful grounds, a slower pace and relaxed. Disney does lots of support for endangered wildlife species. They do research to help them give the animals the best care and help others in the wild. I never knew that.Here I would enjoy visiting
So stay away from the lakes, stay in a neighborhood at an Air B&BA 2-year-old Nebraska boy killed by an alligator at a Walt Disney World hotel in June died after a series of events that would have been difficult to predict, says a report released Monday.www.cnn.com