After we arrived back to our hotel from a wedding we attended on the Saturday of Memorial Day Weekend, we were left with not much to do. Gus (my husband) and I were not going to the parks this time around and wanted to do something that we had not done on our previous trips to Walt Disney World. After searching for some places to eat on the My Disney Experience App for iPhone, we decided to try our luck at the Boardwalk Resort.
We didn't get to park at the resort, but the guard at the gate was kind enough to direct us to a free parking lot that we could park and walk to the resort from. Upon arriving to the Boardwalk, we immediately began to explore our food options. Gus decided that he wanted to try some Pizza from the Pizza Window next to Kouzzina by Cat Cora.
I, on the other hand, wanted to try some treats from The To-Go Cart. With different classic flavors of some American favorites (I thought it was like going to the county fair), what's not to love!
We got a Pulled Pork Sandwich, Onion Rings, and a Chili Cheese Dog. The best thing out of the bunch, hands down was the Onion Rings. The Pulled Pork Sandwich was not made as I had expected it to be. Gus enjoyed the Chili Cheese Dog though.
After walking around and checking out the different bits of entertainment that was available, we decided to walk over to the other side of the lagoon where EPCOT, the Yacht Club Resort, and the Beach Resort were found. But before we left, we knew we had to go to the Funnel Cake Cart. What was a night out without dessert?!
|Looks Glorious doesn't it?!|
We looked like a pair of excited kids who had just gotten their favorite sweet treat. It was absolutely delicious. There were many toppings guests could choose from. We decided to have chocolate syrup drizzled on it with Vanilla ice cream. Instead of giving you a scoop of ice cream, they offer a square bar of ice cream. Almost like a naked Klondike bar, but a bigger. It was so delicious. We enjoyed the whole thing and went on our merry way.
Have you been to the Boardwalk resort? What was something special you got to do? What did you eat?
Stay tuned for Part 2 as I tell you about our trek to the other side of the lagoon.