Fulton's General Store is spacious, and I like the animated (and non animated) figures that include Chip and Dale, Donald Duck, and Goofy.
A model of a river boat:
River Roost bar:
I haven't been to Boatwrights Dining Hall in many years – back in the 90's they had a terrific bottomless bowl of salad. Since then, I've only been back for breakfast.
The Riverside Mill has long been one of my favorite food courts on property. It started offering a create-your-own pasta dish a few years ago that I really enjoy. I took more photos that I didn't include, but there is a large dining area with a view of the water wheel that we saw from the outside.
Valentines Day activity:
We are now heading back toward Port Orleans French Quarter, starting at the point we left off outside. We didn't pass by this side of Building 6 on the way to Port Orleans Riverside, but this is where guests can enjoy a campfire. We pass here at 1:10pm.
Still walking along the river, we'll be coming up on the pool area very quickly on the right – and boat transporation on the left.
We are back at Building 2:
And before getting to Building 1, we take a right towards the fountain we started at in the Port Orleans French Quarter walk along Pontchartrain. We arrive back at the fountain at 1:14pm, 40 minutes after we started the Port Orleans French Quarter Photo Walk (part 1) and 30 minutes after we continued with this section.
Our next photo walk planned is Fort Wilderness! (followed by the walk to the Wilderness Lodge, and then the Lodge itself)