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Old 03-12-2013, 11:58 PM   #15
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guess we are strange, we didn't care for it.

no, it didn't bother us in the "sand in you bathing suit" kind of way. it was just not very realxing.. it was hard to walk. as a PP stated, after walking in the parks, it was more like work to me.

It did seem like it was throughout the whole pool to me, I could very well be wrong. doesn't matter what was onthe bottom in the lazy river, as you don't touch the bottom.. it does get to be at least 8 feet deep there.

I know if we had taken our sons there during their teens, they would have loved it. it was too "meandering" for us. (granted it was just the 2 of us). I have NO idea how any parent could keep an eye on their kids at this pool. and we didn't like that you had to walk across the "promendae" on the hot sidewalk, in your bathing suit, to get to the slide entrance. and encounter people walking along, dressed for dinner, etc.

the sand play pool looked realy neat if you had small children.. but if your kids are dif. ages no way could you play with the little one inthe sand pool, keep an eye on the older ones in the snad BOTTOM pool, while they meandered around, playing in the "eddy" or in the deep lazy river, or going acrooss to the slide.
and lying in a lounge chair, reading,tanning, while looking over the pretty pool. nah, no big pool "area'. beleive it or not I think the surf's up pool at all star sports is prettier.
(the pool at the royal Pacific over at universal is the prettiest... we may chage our minds when we experience the BIG BLUE Nemo pool at aoa this spring)
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