I'm a little late, but ready for more dramma!!
Thanks for the final Club Cool and Fountain of Nations pics! boo...1-2, cont.
We arrived at Epcot and saw all the construction in person for the first time. Once we got past security we needed to activate our APs at the ticket window. The CM at the window didn't give us yellow AP cards, which we thought was a little weird, but we figured it wouldn't be a big deal since we have MagicBands...this will come up later!
We FINALLY entered Epcot as Passholders once again, and immediately went to The Land to get some food at Sunshine Seasons.
The veggie "chicken" korma is a good reliable option, and we also tried the vegan gyro. It was good, not great, but we really appreciate Disney increasing the number and variety of vegetarian and vegan options! We also tried a White Claw hard seltzer. They are all the rage apparently but we'd never tried them before. Did we like it? Yes! Was it worth NINE dollars??? NO WAY!!! But now that we know we like them we can buy them from the liquor store for a much more reasonable price.
Pretty soon it was time for our first FP: Living with the Land, aka the Vegetable Boat Ride!
Aren't pomegranates supposed to be red??
This flower display reminds me of the Contemporary Resort for some reason!
We also had a FP for Soarin', which we rode next.
We knew we needed to visit Club Cool on this trip...
Oops, did NOT do a great job with my nails this time! Don't worry, I did a better job before the Big Trip!
We also had to make sure we saw the Fountain!
After a short time in Epcot we headed out the IG to catch the boat toward DHS. But not before taking a break from the heat inside a STORE!!!
Up next: Boat time!
Thank you! Great reminder not to judge anyone else's journey because you never know where they'll end up!Those pomegranates you saw weren't quite ripe yet. You're right that they are a nice bright red when they are good to go!
Thanks for the final Club Cool and Fountain of Nations pics! boo...
Dun dun DUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUNOooooo! Foreshadowing......
We always activate ours at Epcot and have never had a problem...until now...Oh no, I read activating your AP's at Epcot and I thought there might be trouble. The two times I did AP stuff there I had the same cast member and both times he screwed up involving more time spent at guest relations and our premier pass not working at Disneyland. The Disneyland thing was fixed quickly by the Disneyland cast members but I learned my lesson not to do AP stuff at Epcot or if I see that cast member I'll just wait for another one to be free.
Woody renewed his AP at Epcot one year and was accidentally given 3 bonus months.
Since he goes less frequently than I do, the only positive that came from the mistake is that we don’t have to pay for 2 renewals in the same month each year.
Can’t believe the CM did not give you the critical yellow cards!!
P.S. Dead to Me