We were in Atlanta, Georgia for the day and decided to visit The World Of Coca-Cola to see if we could find the vault where they keep the secret recipe for the famous drink.
We had a great evening at SAK Comedy Lab. We really enjoyed the show and all of us, even the children, were laughing out loud at times
I was told we could have one seat upgraded to upper class for either me or my friend and my daughter could move to the spare extra legroom seat and be sat with everyone else. So, as the man left the plane, here started the question of who was going to sit with three potentially very difficult children all night and who was going to be wined and dined in upper class!
Today was the first day of the Epcot Food and Wine Festival. It is also the first time we have been in Florida while it is on so we decided to check it out.
I was so excited about visiting Rock Springs, I have always wanted to take my kids tubing down a real river in an American National Park!
Today we visited the Crayola Experience at the Florida Mall. It impressed me more than I thought it would!
We had such a good afternoon looking round the aquarium. I was so impressed with the work they do, rescuing and taking in marine animals, treating and caring for them, rehabilitating those they can into the wild and housing and caring for marine life which cant be released.
We wanted to see how suitable The Holy Land Experience was for those wishing to visit with autistic children so we went along to experience the park for ourselves and to find out.
We had a good turn at the Go-Karts, which can go up to 45 miles an hour and believe me, that feels really fast as you are zooming towards a tight corner, close to the ground.
As we walked into Daytona Lagoon we found ourselves in an arcade. Above us was a high ropes course and zip wire and all around were arcade games.