We arrived at the Boardwalk Inn just as the sun was beginning to set.
It was lovely.
As we strolled (or, in the kids’ case, ran, without shoes) along the water, we found many things to entertain us.
We watched several different “street performers.” Our favorite was the guy who spoke with a kazoo sound and shot basketballs into a hoop balanced on his head!
We barely resisted the Oreo Mickey cupcakes at the Boardwalk Bakery and coveted the candy at Seashore Sweets. (We may have actually bought some jelly beans if the line hadn’t been about 20 people deep.)
Luke wanted to ride one of the Surrey bikes, but the rental rates were steep – and I wasn’t confident that we wouldn’t run down some unsuspecting Disney Guests if we tried to drive one, anyway. We settled for dancing to the music wafting out of the Piano Bar.
We decided to visit The Yacht Club and Beach Club, an easy walk from the Boardwalk, and by the time we returned, I was way too tired to go inside the Boardwalk Inn. Maybe next time!