From northern California, Jimmie and I joined the WDW invasion. We had an early flight so we booked a park-and-fly from a location near the Sacramento River. That gave us the opportunity to dine at Crawdad's Cantina on the water. Here's the view from our table.
The next morning, it was an early flight out of Sacramento International Airport.
Terminal B is the original terminal. No shopping malls; just business.
At least there was inflight entertainment on the plane. This is the video on the back of the seat in front of me.
Landing in Denver, we had to hoof it from one end of the concourse to the other.
Hey, look at the monorail! Are we there yet?
Not quite. But the Orlando airport monorail has a familiar sounding voice. And the view isn't bad, either.
No need to collect luggage, but we did have to ask to find this place.
Soon we were whisked off to the Beach Club.
Here are some views from our room:
The inside isn't bad, either.
We strolled to the Boardwalk for an early dinner at Spoodles
And then it was back to our hotel to get ready for Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party. I'll save that for my next post.