The Road Trip • Day Eight!
Staying at Pop Century means walking through a giant Rubik's Cube to get to our room.
It also means walking past a giant game of foosball to get to the lobby.
On the bus to EPCOT for Food and Wine Festival!
First stop: Canada! Cheddar cheese soup and Moosehead beer!
A view of the Mexico, Norway, and China pavilions from across the World Showcase Lagoon.
That's my boyfriend.
The United Kingdom pavilion, looking extra pretty on that sunny day.
That's my boyfriend (part two)!
The Morocco pavilion is the most beautiful, in my opinion.
Kefta pocket, chicken roll, sangria. And I got carded. Thanks, Morocco!
The Monchhichi collection in Japan.
Love this series: smiling, sipping, WHY ARE YOU STILL TAKING PHOTOS?
The interior of the Mexico pavilion is so cool!
Taking a quick boat ride in Mexico.
A little snack at La Cantina de San Angel.
Delicious dinner at Le Cellier Steakhouse with our friend Matt!
Day eight of the road trip was our first full day in Disney World. We went to EPCOT for the Food and Wine festival and ate til we couldn't eat any more. Oh, and we drank a lot too. Thank goodness for the Disney bus service. ;) I think EPCOT is my favorite park because I love exploring all the different pavilions. Every time I'm there, I see something new and interesting! Also, the architecture is so well-thought-out and accurate. It's a great place to grab a beer and walk around for hours. I was supposed to take full outfit shots on this day to show off this great dress I found at Goodwill. Posting about it today has made me realize that I have no idea where this dress is. Did I sell it? Is it still in my suitcase? Did I leave it at Pop Century? Time to investigate.
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More Road Trip 2012 posts:
The Road Trip • Day One! // The Road Trip • Day Two!
The Road Trip • Day Three! // The Road Trip • Day Four!
The Road Trip • Day Five! // The Road Trip • Day Six!
The Road Trip • Day Seven!