Here is a quick review of my recent stay at Pop Century. I arrived around 12:30 p.m. and check in looked crowded, however the wait was only 15 minutes. I was very surprised. The girl who checked me in was earning her ears and she was very nervous, but the women who was training her was kind of nasty, definitely did not have the Disney Magic. (Having said that, that was my only unpleasant encounter with a CM). I felt bad for the trainee and was very patient with her. My room wasn't ready so I walked around to check out the place. Walking in this place is a real treat for the eyes. There is always something to look at. Classic Hall is really big and Everything Pop is great. The food at the food court was nothing spectacular, but was decent enough. However stay away from the shrimp lo mein (that was bad). The shrimp was good, but the lo mein was awful. That was my only bad food experience. The pools are great, but if you like slides you will not find them here. I personally didn't miss them. Petals pool bar is on the expensive side, but hey your on vacation. I really liked the gift shop and found that the selection was good. The frozen cokes at the food court were great and the refillable mugs are a must for stays longer than 2 days. I stayed in the 60s section pool view (there was a lot of activity going on). I liked that about this section, however, if you do not want too much outdoor noise stay away from this section. This resort puts you in a good mood, the music they play is great and the atmosphere is real fun. I highly reccoment this resort to anyone watching their dollars but does not want to sacrafice having fun. The rooms were small, but adequate. In fact, I thought they would be smaller. Go to Pop Century and relive some memories of your youth.