That evening we watched the Double Dare Live show. This fun show is very interactive, and even though it was past my boys bedtime, they still had a great time. My one year old was so into the show that he was dancing with all of the other kids who were trying to get picked to participate. We watched the families get slimed and have to dig cherries, with their mouths, out of shaving cream pies! The show was really just a great family centered entertainment. I personally loved it because it reminded me of watching Double Dare when I was only a little older than my son!
After getting a good nights sleep on the VERY comfortable beds, we woke up and went to the Character Breakfast. The variety of foods available at this buffet style breakfast is sure to please everyone, and the entertainment keeps the kids happy! The buffet has the traditionals such as eggs, bacon and sausage. It also had oatmeal, yogurt, fresh fruits, donuts and cereal. I personally loved the sausage and biscuits, while my mom enjoyed the grits. During the meal, the characters have a show every thirty minutes and come around to take lots of pictures with the kids. The experience of the show alone is well worth the breakfast price.
Later that day, we spent most of the day at the pool which has a kiddie play area, the Lagoon and the Oasis, and of course that fantastic water slides! My oldest ran from one slide to another, and I admit, I had a blast going down the slides with him! My baby, who is 15 months old, LOVED the kiddie area, and I loved that he had a safe place to play. It is padded splash pad, which also has two small slides for the little ones to have fun without getting hurt. The Lagoon is the part of the pool which has water sprayers and fountains. My six year old loved this area, because he could still swim, but the water was not over his head. The Oasis is more for the older children and adults because the water is deeper.
Of course at 4:45 pm we were waiting for my oldest son to be slimed. They had a little show beforehand, and everyone was amped up and ready to be slimed afterwards! That night, after the Water Slides and kiddie splash pad area closed, we went to our room. From the room, we saw that they had brought out a GIGANTIC TV to the pool area, and played a movie. The pool constantly had entertainment and shows. We saw the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and another show where people got slimed and had a blast! The pool offers Cabanas, which can be purchased, with televisions and refrigerators. If you do not feel like splurging on a Cabana, the pool offers ample seating, and even lots of shaded spots for the super pale people like me!
Nickelodeon Suites Resort seriously offers a vacation in and of itself! While many people stay here while attending the theme parks, I have found that you can have a ton of fun just staying at the resort. There is a Starbucks, Subway, Lagoon Grill, and Antonio's Pizza on location, so you truly never have to leave! There is also an arcade, which my older son and I spent about an hour in. You can also purchase a band for unlimited 4d movie experiences, which we would have loved to do, but we ran out of time. Our entire experience was amazing, from start to finish!! This was a wonderful visit, and it definitely will not be our last!
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