|Bill with his pizza and coca cola|
Monday and Tuesday, were lazy days by the pool for me, Bill, his sister and great granddaughter. Two of my grandchildren and their mother went to Disney, where my granddaughter got made up by the Princesses. My other two grandsons went to Universal and had a fun filled day.
The baby had a lot of fun playing in the water spouts with her Mom and Aunt.
On Wednesday, the fun continued for my granddaughter as she went to breakfast with the Princesses. Bill, his sister's family and I from the Penthouse spent the day at Sea World.
|Bill and I in our scooters|
The first display you see when you enter the park are the flamingos.
|Bill at the Sting Ray Area|
From there it was off to the Waterfront and the Seaside Fire Inn to get our food passes for the day. Lost him again after he got his pass. I looked for him outside but he was gone and I just went my merry way taking pictures as I went. He later informed me he had gone through the buffet but I didn't see him and went on my way.
My first stop was the Manatee exhibit. I used to visit the gulf coast of Florida and I remember the manatees. I love those mammoth sea cows.
A ride over the Overlook Path took me past Dolphin Cove. I took several photos but I never got one close enough to see the dolphins hanging out over the sides waiting for food.
Then it was a trip through Turtle Trek. They shooed me through so that that they could get me out fast after the show. It was at this point that my scooter started running out of battery power and I limped my way back to the entrance to exchange my scooter. I could have just stopped at any display and they would have sent one to me but I was out to see what I could see.
After I got the new cart I went up around the opposite side from where I had been past the dolphin nursery but they would not come near enough for me in my scooter. It was a bad day for seeing the dolphins.
From there I met up with Bill who was stretched out sleeping on a bench waiting for the Shamu Show at 11:30. I went on up to the show and got a spot just above the splash zone. It was so funny watching the handlers wave their hands in a direction and then the whales would flip their tails to send water cascading in that direction onto the crowds.
After the Shamu show was over, I made my way back to the entrance again and bought some souvenirs for people who were taking care of my animals at home. After I turned in my scooter, I had a long walk back to the bus stop to get the shuttle back to the resort. It was a very hot muggy day and the bus that was there was going to the water park before he came back to pick up for our resort. I got on anyways and rode around to the water park and then back to Sea World where I found my granddaughter and Bill waiting in his wheelchair for the bus ride back to the Hilton property.
It had been a fun day but I was ready to stay in at the resort for the rest of the day.