We were visiting Epcot that day, so it was very easy to get to the Beach Club. We simply exited the park through International Gateway and walked. But if you were at DHS, you could easily take the boat from DHS to the Beach Club. I love it over at the Beach Club and certainly hope to stay there one of these trips. The décor, the landscaping and of course our favorite character breakfast at Cape May Café make this one of my favorite resorts to visit.
The Anxious Child in Disney, you know he is my very anxious child, but he was quite excited when he could finally dig in! This sundae was huge and is actually served in a dish shaped like a kitchen sink. We were brought individual bowls, so everyone could scoop out their favorite parts. I am not so sure any of us liked having pieces of what I think were banana bread on the sundae, but we loved every other bit of it ~ 8 scoops of ice cream, cherries, brownies, cookies, whipped cream and many other toppings that were just delicious.
I am so happy we tried this and plan to return on our next trip with my two nephews for their first Kitchen Sink! If you haven’t experienced this yet, I would highly recommend taking the time to. It was great family fun!
**This article was originally published in the WDW Daily News Newsletter #165. My newsletter exclusive column is called Making Magical Memories.