Back on the BoardWalk we stopped to get some dinner from the BoardWalk To-Go kiosk and took it back up to our room, but before I get to that, here are some more photos from along Disney’s BoardWalk.
BoardWalk To Go »
We found that there wasn’t many quick service locations on the BoardWalk, they were more eat-in, table service type, which is fine when you want to do that, but not so great when you don’t!
There is a pizza window, but we didn’t fancy pizza, and so our only other option was the BoardWalk To Go kiosk which sells American carnival-style food like corn dogs, nuggets, burgers, and fries.
I was sold on the corn dogs and mac ‘n’ cheese bites, so we ordered a whole bunch of foods and took everything back up to our room which was just a short walk away.
- Corn Dog – $5.50
- Mozzarella Sticks – $5.50
- French Fries – $4.75
- Fried Mac & Cheese Bites – $5.50
- BBQ Pulled Pork Cheeseburger – $9.75 (no photo of this for some reason)
- Chicken Breast Nuggets Basket – $10.50 – basket includes potato chips and a drink, but you can pay to substitute, so we got:
- French Fries – $2.00
The food was fine – nothing to write home about – and it filled a hunger hole in our bellies for the night!
BoardWalk To-Go »
Bill: $43.50 + Tax: $2.83 + Tip: $0 = $46.33
Total Paid: $46.33
And that’s it for day 11 of Four Resorts, Two Festivals 2019! Tomorrow we head to Epcot for the Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival! This will be our very first F&G so we are very excited!
Read about the day after:
Day 12 – Flower Power!
Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival; Snack from Ample Hills Creamery; IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth
Read about the day before:
Day 10 – Lazy Day!
Pool Day; Epcot World Showcase; Dinner from Beach Club Marketplace
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- Halloween in The Wilderness 2015
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- Back To The Magic 2013
- The First Time 2011
- Disneyland Paris 2010
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The camera I use for my Disney photography is a Canon EOS 70D.
The two main lenses I use: Sigma 18-300mm F3.5-6.3 DC Macro and Sigma 30mm F1.4 DC Art. Both of these lenses will also fit Nikon and Sony DSLRs.
I also take some photos on my iPhone7 for sharing on social media – follow my Disney Instagram account – LoveDisneyPhotos
Pool photos are taken with: Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT5. A similar model is the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FT30EB-A
Videos are taken with Panasonic HC-V720, although the newer model is the Panasonic HC-V770.
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