After lunch, we made our way into Tomorrowland to watch Carousel of Progress – not sure why specifically this, perhaps we’d not seen it on this trip?
It’s so long ago now, and also so long since I started writing this, I can’t recall!
From my photos, it looks like we caught the Monorail over to Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort.
Most likely to just say hello to our DVC ‘Home’ Resort, and I ended up buying some Disney merch there too!
The Enchanted Tiki Room dress is something that I really covet, but it is super expensive for a dress!
After our brief visit to Poly, we headed back to our car (we walked from the resort to the parking lot at Magic Kingdom) and drove back to Disney’s BoardWalk to pick up our luggage.
Then we were on the road to Orlando International Airport by way of dropping off our rental car at Wally Park – a parking lot near the airport.
From Wally Park, we caught a shuttle bus to the airport, checked in for our flight, and did a spot of airport shopping before waiting at our gate to board.
There is lots of shopping to be had at the airport – and places to grab food too.
Disney, Universal, SeaWorld, and NASA all have stores at the airport, so it’s an opportunity to buy some extra/more souvenirs if you need to.
We bought some Harry Potter treats, including a Chocolate Frog on request from my sister and brother! It was handy that the shop was there as we didn’t visit Universal this trip.
We did have a moment when on board the plane – the armrest between Steve and I would only rise to a 45° angle, and not the full 90°.
It was going to be very painful for me as it was digging into my hip, but (very) fortunately, the ladies in front of us said we could swap with them, which was a lifesaver!
I can’t understand why only some armrests would rise up fully, and for us plus-size passengers, it is a nightmare as it is without this added on top.
The last few pictures are from our flight.
I don’t recall what we ate at all, I only have the few pictures that Steve took of his food – I was too tired to bother!
And that’s it for day 15 of Four Resorts, Two Festivals 2019! There is no tomorrow for this trip as we flew home!
Of course, because of the pandemic, we’ve not traveled back to Walt Disney World since this trip.
But we did a cruise with Disney in 2021! Why not go and ready my trip report for our Disney Magic At Sea (Staycation Cruise UK)?!
A trip back home to Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort and Walt Disney World is scheduled for 2022 – so look out for that trip report… eventually!
Till then, have a magical day!
Read about the day after:
Today’s the last day!
Read about the day before:
Day 14 – Spring Time!
Shopping at Disney Springs; Lunch from D-Luxe Burger; Dinner at Trattoria al Forno
More Disney Trip Reports
- Disney Magic At Sea (Staycation Cruise UK) 2021
- Ohana Means Family Trip 2022 < Coming Soon!
- Four Resorts, Two Festivals 2019
- Hibiscus & Holly at The Poly 2017
- Christmas at Disneyland Paris 2015
- Halloween in The Wilderness 2015
- Dine Around Disney 2014
- 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.
Any photo editing is done with Photoshop or with Instagram editing features and filters.