Travel, Foods and People
Cramped in the seats for more than 7 hours, my husband and I had travel to Florida, the Sunshine State. Last time we were here in Orlando was when our children were in grade school. I remember intense heat, afternoon pouring rain followed by uncomfortable humidity and nearly an hour wait on every ride at Disney World, all strong indications that we went at the wrong time of year. Weather related cancelled flight on the way back forced us to stay in Chicago without our luggage. Luckily the ticketing agent gave us taxi and hotel vouchers so we don’t have to sleep in the airport. Next day, we came home as is- rugged, messy hair, same clothing. For me especially embarrassing-no make up and wrinkled shirt. I hope our children remember only the good times.Near Orlando Airport
I just went along with my husband’s business trip to Kissimmee Florida this time. A good excuse to have a break from the norm. By the time we finally reached the Gaylord Palms Resort past 8 in the evening, the hotel was illuminated in lights and my heart beamed with excitement. The check-in clerk Kevin gave us a spacious suite room of over 1000 square feet. Suite (Sweet)!I don’t have night shot of the exterior of the hotel. It looks like king Kamehameha’s palace rather than a hotel.
Ship restaurant ‘’Sunset Sam’s” inside the hotel.
Family pool with slides
I went to Downtown Disney with a couple of ladies that I met at the conference center while our husbands were taking classes. A fellow Oregonian (standing) and Utahan. They are lovely! I enjoyed their company. At the Rainforest Café.
To infinity and beyond!My husband was delighted to have a conversation with Japanese businessmen during 2nd day of conference reception at hotel’s court yard. More than 1000 people attended Information Builders Summit.
Newark, New Jersey
Charlotte, North Carolina
I took 11 DVDs of a Korean Drama. During the stay I watched it twice. So on the way home I started read “The Hunger Games”. As an English-as-a-second language person it required quite bit of concentration to read it and gave me slight headache. But it was a good read.