Finally, the temperatures rose, and we were able to shed our coats, hats, scarves, and gloves for a few hours before catching the plane home. Disney's Pop Century hotel is their attempt at making a trip there affordable for families. It is bargained priced and provides transportation to all the attractions, but what we did not consider is how much outdoor walking would be done to get anywhere on the compound! This would not have been too much of a factor had the temperatures not been so frigid. I thought I'd freeze to death at the end of a long day weaving in and out and up and down on the way to our room. Also, I had to bundle up just to do some laundry.
Tessa did get in the pool on the last day for about 20 minutes while I packed. Although it was heated to 80 degrees, with outside wind chills in the 20's, it did not appeal to us to swim on any other day. Now there were some folks with less-than-average intelligence who actually allowed their children to swim in that weather, but we were not in that category!