Every trip ends, and so does this.† This is my last morning, and thatís all I have, a morning, as I will be picked up at to be driven back to the train station.
They left a copy of the room charges by the outside of my door. Just another copy of what I had seen already last night.
I pack up my luggage, which means I just throw everything
into my luggage and head out the door to guest luggage services to leave my
things there while I head to the
I make it to the
I walk up to
Breakfast was ok, I am not one for character interaction. I have some scrambled eggs, cheese omelet, bacon, sausage, toast, orange juice, and refillable chocolate milk.† Since I checked out of my room, I left a cash tip.† It was debatable before I left on my trip, if I could still charge things back to my room after I checked out.† Some people said yes, but Disney said no, so I didnít even try.
Walking out of the
Back at the Pop Century, I wait a little time and I order a cheese steak on a wrap and a soda to use my last meal credit.† I didnít bother with fries or a snack credit certificate. I get a water to use for my last snack credit.
I retrieve my luggage and wait till about a little before before heading out to look for my ride.† Bob recognizes me before I do him.
We make it back to Amtrak Orlando Station in 20 minutes, usual travel time, and I have a 90 minute wait till my train.
I just sit there and wait.† The batteries on my laptop doesnít last too long and the rechargeable battery for my camcorder doesnít have enough power to power my laptop, so I just watch TV on the large screen TV in the waiting room.
This is the first time I see the Hertz car rental booth manned and people getting off the southbound train renting cars.
We get a 5 minute warning the train is arriving, and I stand outside watching the train approaching, which I videotape.
The train ride back north is anti-climatic, not worth talking about L