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Old Sep 11, 2014, 3:30 PM   #1
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Old Sep 11, 2014, 5:37 PM   #2
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Hmmm ...

dunno mate - looks SNAFU - pretty normal

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Old Sep 11, 2014, 7:10 PM   #3
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LOL. Thanks for looking Phil. Well, I guess the building is actually right side up for those of you living in Australia.
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Interesting building, what's the story behind it?

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Interesting building, what's the story behind it?

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Hi John: It is the Wonderworks building over in the Orlando area. There are games and exhibits inside. (It is not Disney, but one of the hundreds of other attractions that have opened in the Orlando area over the years.) (It is right down the street from the Ripley "Believe it or Not" building.) It costs about $20-25 bucks to go inside depending on which discount coupons you have. I haven't bothered to go inside yet, as there are so many things that compete for your time and money in that area.

To see what's inside, just go to their website below:

http://www.wonderworksonline.com/orlando
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For a short while I lived just a bit down the road from that building.

You get a bit tired of Disney after you're there, haha.
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Just hope you don't have to live in there also upside down :-).
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Hi Lordje: thanks for looking and your comments. It's nice to see you posting here.
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I still come looking Steven.
Mainly all pictures are made now with my D800, so I post in the Nikon forum part more.
I still have the E-500 so their will maybe still come some pictures in here.
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