It was Tuesday morning. Time to check out. Another nice thing about Hotel Maya is that check out is at noon. We left a bit early to get a head start on the day. You can finally see the artificial beach with fire pits that Hotel Maya provides.
I just wished we had more time to utilize the beach and fire pits.
On our way out we stopped off at Roscoe's Chicken and Waffles. Located not to far from the hotel.
We would usually start our trip at Roscoe's but this time we plugged it in at the end. It was actually better. There wasn't a wait at all. Normally when were there on Sunday with a large group it can take up to and hour or more for a table.
Eclipse. Lemonade, OJ and Fruit Punch
Biscuit with butter and jam.
Fried gizzards, and chicken liver.
Herb's special: 1/2 a chicken all dark meat, gravy, and waffles.
After our hearty lunch we lots of time to burn, so we headed back to Downtown Disney.
Made entirely from Legos
It was very entertaining watching them make these candied apples.
My favorite one is the poison apple. It looks so cool. I wonder how they were able to make it like that, with the eyes oozing out caramel.
After some confections, we headed over to Dreyer's Ice Cream. A nice Hazelnut Coffee with cream.
Jack had an espresso shot with some ice cream.
After a bit of window shopping we spent the rest of our time at the ESPN Zone. This place really keeps up with their Arcade line up and has lots of fun group games. Last year it was Tank! and this year it's PacMan Air hockey. It's a 4 player air hockey nightmare.
Never seen this before. Beer Pong Arcade
4 player air hockey
It was almost time for our flight so we grabbed some sandwiches from Earl or Sandwich. Which is new to Downtown Disney.
Dinner is served!
Cannonball: Meatballs, Parmesan, Mozzarella, and Marinara Sauce.
That concludes our trip. Another Halloween trip has passed. I can't wait for next year already. Glad this tradition has gone 7 years strong. Many old and new travelers have come and gone. What does next year have in stored?