Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- Our flight leaves at 7pm our last day! Checking out of Poly but what plans do you recommend we make and what will happen to our belongings? Thank you!
- - Asked by liza from Texas on 10/2/2013
- Hi, Liza! Depending on your airline, you may be able to check your bags in right at your resort, but even if that is not an option available to you, you can still leave your things at Bell Services until you are ready to head to the airport. That makes it so easy to get around that last day, unencumbered by luggage!
The perfect last day to my family is to get ready leisurely in the morning, taking every minute to enjoy the resort until our 11 AM check out time. We then might make a lunch reservation for noon, and head either into a theme park to enjoy lunch and a few last attractions, or we'll book at a resort restaurant and do some window shopping or souvenir shopping after lunch. We might head to Downtown Disney for an ice cream at Ghirardelli's, or to pick up a t-shirt or gift for a friend at home at the World of Disney store.
If you are using Disney's Magical Express, you will usually leave the resort about three hours prior to your flight, so you will probably be heading out around 4:00 PM. If you leave out some zip top bags, you could even use the pool, then put the wet clothes in the bag to toss into your carry on things.
Have a wonderful time on your upcoming vacation!
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