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Day three Spring Break

Day Three 

We slept in and let the kids swim in the hotel pool for awhile so we didn't venture out till lunch time.   We were super thrilled to find O'Charley's where kids eat free all day every day!   It was Wednesday too so that mean FREE PIE DAY!  Titus also ordered shrimp which made me excited for him to try more foods and enjoy them!  It was a deal for sure... which was good because we spent too much on the next part of the day... even with the Groupon.  

 I found what I thought was a good deal on Groupon for a fun zone type of place.  It had laser tag, mini golf, dodgeball, climbing wall, and some arcade games.   I am glad we had the Groupon deal but they advertised very well for what the facility was.   Don't get me wrong my kids still had fun but I was just a bit disappointed because the city mueseum was so much more fun and cheaper.  

 After that, we made a stop at IKEA...more fun for us parents!  We like to dream up some new plans and that we did! 


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