Mom And Son Giraffe
  • On Aug 27, 2013
    Alwina Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Mom & two sons staying at Pop Century. On day of check out, thinking of riding monorail, lunching at Boardwalk, and playing a round of mini golf during those 3-4 hours b4 Magical Express to airport for 6pm flight. Is this doable? Any better ideas?


    I love all of your ideas! 

    So let's work backward. If your flight is at 6 pm, that means you have to be back at Pop Century by 3 pm. And that is a time you really don't want to miss, so let's assume you take a full hour to get back there, and that means leaving your last fun event at 2 pm.

    So I would suggest that you do the following, changing up your order a bit to make sure you have time to do what you want;

    1. Get up, pack all your bags and check out. Go to the front desk of your resort and check your bags and get your airline tickets, so that you no longer have to worry about any of that. 
    2. Next, hop on the resort bus to Hollywood Studios. From there boat over to the Swan hotel, and cross the road to get to Fantasia Gardens. This gives you the rest of the morning to play golf.
    3. When golf is over, walk to the BoardWalk for your lunch. 
    4. After lunch, take the bus from the BoardWalk Inn to the Magic Kingdom. From there, enjoy your monorail ride! Depending on when you arrive, you might likely have time to explore at least one of the resorts.
    5. After making the circuit around the monorail route, get on the bus from the Magic Kingdom to Pop Century, remembering to leave by no later than 2 pm. 
    I like your plan! Let me know if you have any other questions.

    Have a magical vacation! 

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