Disney’s Boardwalk Area

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  1. I’ve seen and walked around it before but never stayed there. I really want to stay in one (or all) the Epcot area resorts. Jelly Rolls is supposed to be fantastic. High on my list for a night out without the kids.

  2. tara pittman says:

    The boardwalk is awesome. I enjoyed all the shops while I was there.

  3. April @ RunTheGreatWideSomewhere says:

    We LOVE the BoardWalk area! We usually stay at the Swan and Dolphin (yay Starwood points!) but we got a great rate last Friday night at the Yacht Club and really had a wonderful time in the Stormalong Bay pool. That sandy bottom is so wonderful and the slide is amazing!

  4. That mention of the sand bottom pool was a MAJOR throwback. I remember playing in that when I was about 6 years old!

  5. Tracy says:

    Disney’s boardwalk is a very charming place. It looks like you went at a good time when it wasn’t too busy!

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