I’m taking the easy way out tonight. Throughout our time here, I’ve been sending tweets to my Twitter account about what we’ve been doing. So, instead of writing a lengthy blog after a long and rewarding – but tiring – day, I think I’m just going to post the relevant tweets from the past couple of days and leave it at that. I’ll be back next week with a more detailed retelling of the wonderful time we’ve been having on our first family vacation, but until then, head over to http://www.twitter.com/UncleJeet/ for live updates, if you’re so inclined.
The past two days have taken us first to Disney’s Hollywood Studios, followed by Andrew Ryan’s
Walt Disney’s grand experiment in city planning, called Rapture
EPCOT, the E
omorrow. Of course, the whole city concept died along with Walt himself, after nobody else could figure out how to pull it off. Still, it’s my favorite park and the fireworks show, Reflections of Earth
, is spectacular. Trust me, if you’re ever here with your own family, it’s well worth the tired shoulders, aching feet and throbbing muscles to stick around and enjoy the festivities. The quality time spent holding your wife and son during the emotional end song is a moment that will stay with you for the rest of your life.
See you Tuesday!
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