I am back from my trip! I can’t believe it came and went so fast! It was an amazing experience and I can’t wait to tell you all about it!
We left Sacramento International Airport on June 10th in the morning. We have a cute small airport in Sacramento and it’s very easy to navigate. We went out of the newer terminal which I have never been in before and they had a beautiful chandelier in the food area near outer gate.
We wandered around the airport a little bit trying to figure out how to get to Disney’s Magical Express and finally found a sign pointing the way.
Couple minutes later, more signs…
Couple more minutes, and we finally got to Disney’s Magical Express.
We got outside and in line to get on the bus and I got my first experience with humidity. I realize why the rest of the country thinks Californians are weather wimps… They do don’t they? I’ll never complain about humidity in California ever again. Not even when at the ocean!
About a half hour later we got to the Walt Disney World Resort and two stops later we were at our hotel. We stayed near Epcot at the Boardwalk Inn.
The hotel is beautiful!
Finally we got inside an air-conditioned much drier room.
They had a little area with pamphlets and a miniature model of one of Disney’s ships which we would be on in 5 days!
I loved the lobby. It’s so beautiful!
Nice relaxing seating area by a fireplace which wasn’t necessary for June but they had it on anyway…
The chandelier above the sofa was really cool!
There were beautiful paintings on the wall that reminded me of a Thomas Kinkaid painting.
There is a bar/breakfast area on the way to the elevators.
There was a beautiful curio cabinet in the elevator waiting area.
We were on the first floor (the lobby is technically the second floor because the boardwalk itself is lower than the entrance to the hotel) and WAY down the hallway almost to the end of the hotel it seemed.
I want to learn how to make these!
Hidden Mickey on the desk leg.
Bathroom Sink area.
I like the blue and green tiles in the shower too.
The back part of the hotel opens out onto the boardwalk.
It was really pretty at night along the water.
The only place left open was a pizza window so we had to eat outside but at least it was fast.
There’s quite a bit to do on the boardwalk and even a little general store that had a few grocery items like milk, water, cereal, and snacks.