But you know us, don’t you? Even if you live close-by and know exactly where you’re driving, the presence of kids means you may arrive on time — or not.
By the time we made it to the hotel, we’d missed the welcome party. Chris helped us into the room then headed out to a think-tank session.
We visited another kind of tank — the pool and lazy river. Awesome! (At least, that’s what Iden exclaimed after splashing down.)
This is how we learn about family travel.
After that, we headed around the hotel for a photo safari. Iden loved the ornamental butterflies on the wall.
Once we settled in the room, Erysse unpacked her bags, and we learned she’d brought her entourage of stuffed animals. Oh, my.
Chris and managed to escape for dinner, which was a special event held in the Hilton’s kitchen.
Aren, Iden and Erysse weren’t completely left out. We were send back with decadent strawberries freshly dipped in chocolate and meringue topped strawberry shortcakes. And they loved it!