It's the little things that seem to make a big difference. We enjoyed cappuccinos, ice cream, banana bread, nachos, fries and cheese, omelets every day.
This is part of the reason why I will start my eating good and working out for the new year since the scale put on a few numbers while we were gone, ha!
Priceless! Nanny with her 5 great grands. We hope she is around for many more family vacations.
The best Nana and Papa there is!
The following pictures were taken by either Kylie or Charley. The girls loved playing with my good camera. I think they did pretty good.
Oh my! These two might need to be locked up at 16!
Every trip has to have a little crazy with it. Well, we were supposed to be home in Nashville by Saturday night, but thanks to snow those plans got altered. Our original pick up from the resort was scheduled for 12:00, got moved to 3:00 with a scheduled flight to Charlotte at 7:00 pm. Thankfully, our flight made it out on time but our flight from Charlotte to Nashville was moved to Sunday morning departure of 7:57 am. The check-in an customs took a long time so we got Nanny a wheelchair. Kylie liked this too!
We decided that we would be better off getting a hotel to sleep for a few hours instead of at the airport. That meant hauling all 12 pieces of luggage, 12 backpacks, 5 really tired kids, and 6 tired adults to get a taxi. Due to the flight delays, it took a while to get our taxis so we waited inside instead of the freezing cold with the guys.
We made it back safely to Nashville with 11 of our 12 pieces of luggage. We think in the chaos of everything that we left Craig's luggage either sitting outside the Charlotte airport where the taxi dropped us off or inside but not check in.
Thankfully, American called on Monday and had his luggage!! Great trip and wonderful memories!
The boys' writings after break solidifies why we love this trip:-)