Come and join us for another installment of the WDW-Memories podcast, where I try to make it possible for you relive your Walt Disney World Memories when you can't actually be there. We'll wrap our day at Epcot and get to enjoy some of the ambient sounds of a fairly empty park as our family makes our way from the Morocco Pavilion all the way to our car.
Well as you're hearing this, I should be sitting on a beach in Florida, enjoying the last moments of summer. As I've mentioned, no Disney trip this time, but we've still got many memories to pull from. So let's get back to our day so we can maybe move onto something else soon.
Sadly all good things must come to an end. Today, we'll rap up our final memory of Epcot from March of 2014. It's been a great day, and I hope that listening to these memories has flooded your mind with visions of your trips to Epcot. For those just joining us, we’re spending what was a rainy day in Epcot in early March of 2014. It’s Flower and Garden Festival, but the crowds are light (a 3/10 on TouringPlans.com), and the rain from the morning has given way to a beautiful evening. In Memory 148 we caught a showing of Illuminations: Reflections of Earth. We'll join the memory as the last firework has fired. Again, there's more catching up with our friends as the music plays. Finally, we'll start heading towards the exit. The rain has started back up, and we've pulled the ponchos out to try and stay as dry as possible. We'll walk our way around from Morocco, passing through France, UK, and Canada. We'll then make our way through Futureworld and out of park. Sadly the night will end, and we climb into the car and begin our hour drive back to Clearwater, FL in peace as the children and grandparents sleep in the back.
I can't say enough about Epcot. Walt Disney World is a magical place, but to me Epcot is so unique and special, with such a focus on culture. I hate having to say goodbye at the end of a memory filled day, but you have to know it will be coming to an end. Thankfully, I know I will return again someday, and in between I fill my time with podcasts like this that help me remember everything fondly.
Today’s memory is in binaural, so I’d suggest putting those headphones on to fully immerse yourself in the memory.
Now sit back. Relax. Close your eyes. And come with me as we enjoy one last hurrah in Epcot.