Though I typically don't label the kids, this is necessary w/ a child that's dx'd w/ deafness, autism, FAS and the like. It's a safe guard more or less. Plus, after our experience w/ one life guard in another place, this does help folks understand why he's not answering them. I also wrote in bold letters, CAN SWIM! I first asked Nik if I could write that he was deaf and he said yes.
Irina, Alyona and Summer. And that is a birth mark on Summer's belly, not dirt. Think they're excited to go on their first swim? I did not get any pics of the water park in the morning as I was too busy going on stuff w/ them. Kiddie stuff. I'm a big chicken for the thrill rides.
The place is just massive and stays w/ the theme down to the smallest details.
A free lunch came w/ the rooms. So, pizza it was for lunch along w/ breadsticks and salad. Delicious salad. It also came w/ 2 bottles of soda. We all filled up after spending 3 hours in the water park in the morning.
Just look at the size of that fireplace. Gorgeous. After lunch, we explored a bit more in different directions.
Nik and I went to see how much the Magiquest cost and to see where it was.
Max and Bojan hit the gym for awhile.