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Old 04-04-2010, 10:03 PM   #1
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Magic in the Mediterranean...Dicecatt & Dicedawg, the April 24th Voyage

This is my pretrip and trip report for our upcoming Med cruise on the Magic! I am writing a full blog (see below) but I will be discussing it a bit different with my fellow Dis folks, so I am beginning this blog today as well as saving some pages for future posts, for ease of reading.

Cast:
Me: Dicecatt, age 35. I travel a lot for my job (self employed in the travel industry) and I LOVE IT.
DH: Dicedawg, age 46...manager at a casino and as I type this learning Italian on the Rosetta Stone program.

Cast to be left at home:
DD15: AKA Whiney, she is a high school cheerleader and a singer who will be most crabby at the restrictions on her while we are out of town
DD11: AKA Drama, she is a competitive cheerleader and so tiny she weighs the same as our 4 year old, but is a huge personality
DS11: Drama's twin brother, AKA Goofy...is going through a "what can I say that will be funny" phase. Most of the time he is not successful.
DD4: AKA Spoiled. That pretty much sums it up.
DMIL and DFIL: These two glorious people are going to stay at our house for two weeks to take charge of our brood while we are galavanting about the Mediterranean.

I've always wanted to use the word "galavanting".

A fabulous deal came our way the first week of February for this cruise. Dicedawg and I were planning a 7 day Med on a Princess ship in October for our anniversary. Our anniversary is coming early this year since we switched it to April, but we saved a ton of money and I'd much rather sail DCL anyway. We will not miss the casino as DH is in one every day and I have no business being near a roulette wheel. As a former dealer, I KNOW I will not win, but still play when I'm around one (which is not often).

So...cruise booked...Cat 11 GTY...and excellent, my business partner and her husband, and her parents, are joining us! Airfare to Barcelona booked ($830 r/t each, with only one stop in Philly), hotel for a night in Barcelona before the cruise booked (Hotel Curious, which made us think of Alice In Wonderland). Cabin assigned a few weeks later...YEEEESSSSS! Upgrade to Cat 6, all three couples, and we are all in a row of cabins. Life is good!

Next I'll be describing the excursions we are going to be doing, while at the same time "holding" that spot for the actual report of the port.

Our travel companions will be called Belle and Beau, and Belle's parents...they are also cruising with us. Belle is Caroline'smom on the Dis and a great friend.

For my full blog, go to this link: http://www.travelblog.org/Bloggers/Dicecatt/

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April 23, Day in Barcelona

April 22, flying day!

Written Live:

We are at the Philly airport having our first drink, a peach bellini. Dicedawg ordered a drink that came in a really sweet pink color. His man card has been officially revoked.



Flight appears to be leaving on time! Our friends are with us, I will call them Belle and Beau, she picked the names obviously the bellinis are obviously working. Beau' taking one look at Dicedawg's pretty pink concoction and ordered a manly guiness.



April 23rd, arrival and Barcelona

It has been a wonderful day so far. sorry for no caps, i am at the hotel and this keyboard is not normal. our plane was 45 minutes late in taking off last night, because of rain, so we were about half hour late this morning, and arrived 9 am barcelona time. easy to get the baggage and get a taxi. our driver was very nice and helpful, and comunicated well with dicedawg who has a limited knowledge of spanish. i understood maybe 3 words. the taxi was 28 euro. we had a slight problem when we were close to the hotel...la ramblas was closed! It is (oops I just figured out caps) Sant Jordi day (St. George´s day) and there were lots of festivities. Girls give books to boys, boys give roses to girls, so there are people, books and roses everywhere. We had to haul our suitcases, thankfully on wheels, down La Ramblas to a side street to our hotel. Dicedawg left Beau, Belle, and Belle´s parents at the airport to exchange cash, and we walk in and they are already in the lobby! THEIR driver took them a different way and they got dropped off in front.

From coversation and some eavesdropping, there were at least 30 people on our flight that are on our cruise, including several DVC cast members (one sat in front of us).

We are staying at the Hotel Curious, a little boutique hotel that is a bit funky and retro, clean, with a great location. The views from the rooms suck, big time, but I really like the hotel besides that. Free use of their computer and breakfast for 116 Euro. They speak decent English and were very helpful. So much was right within walking distance.









The other 4 members of our party passed out. Dicedawg and I showered and left, walking up La Ramblas finally to the Barcelona Cathedral. One word: Magnificent. Just go. 10 Euro for the two of us.







Then we had lunch, I forget the name but I´ll post it later. We drank delicious Sangria, had meat and seafood paella, and bread with garlic, tomatoes, olive oil and vinegar in the Catalan way. It was wonderful. We sat outside and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. It was 56 Euro.











After, we tried to find Parc Geull or however it is spelled (one of the Gaudi houses) but were directed the wrong way by a local and ended up really near our hotel. Before returning to rest a bit we stopped by a shop and bought my two youngest girls flamenco dresses with heels and fans. Black with red polka dots, they are adorable. The dresses were 7 Euro, and we got two pairs of shoes for 17, and the fans were 2 for 5.

Not sure what we are doing yet tonight, we might pass out and not wake up

So far, this trip is incredibly magical.

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April 24...Embarkation

We woke up at midnight, totally messed up in time. After about an hour we got back to sleep and when we woke we were suprised to see it was almost 9 AM! We got ready and went down to breakfast, which was cereal, bread, yogurt, bread, milk, and more bread. We then walked around a bit more and went into the fresh food market off La Rambla, it was amazing...we took such beautiful pictures of FOOD. It was weird how food made it so magical, but something about the locals, the freshness, the colors...it was really one of the best parts of our stay in Barcelona.













We checked out at noon. We had the front desk call taxis and we were off to port! Of course, the first site of the Magic was thrilling, by far the prettiest ship in port. We quickly dropped our bags with a porter, and were soon in line in the Castaway Club line. There was about a 10 minute wait, which looked to be about 30 minutes for first time sailers. It was about 12:30 and we boarded at that time with no wait.

Ate in Parrot Cay, and then rooms were ready. We LOVE our stateroom attendant, Shaka, whom Belle keeps calling Chakakan. In fact, every single CM has been fantastic.







I'm going to write more, a lot more, including my Dooney & Burke success, but Dicedawg and I are heading to Diversions to play chess and drink (more), so I'll have to make it later

Okay, I'm back.

We spent some time exploring our staterooms and then Dicedawg, Belle and I walked to the Promenade Lounge and ordered drinks and made friends with the bartender, Pio. Yummy pomegranite cosmo. Then the Disboard meet at 3 PM, had a great chat with Aunt Lynne, and a few more awesome people. The lanyards are so cute, we were really excited!

Back to the room our bags were there so we decorated our doors and unpacked. Muster was 5 PM




Directly after safety drill Dicedawg, Belle, Beau and I went to AuntLynne's room, she upgraded to a Cat 3 and much to my delight I got to photograph it, including its massive, Aft verandah (HUGE!!!).





We chatted for a bit and then left, Dicedawg was going for a body mass index thing at the spa and Belle and I went towards the shops which opened at 6. We stopped and chatted with the DVC lady, she sat in front of us on the plane, and Belle is a member so they bonded. We went to Treasure Ketch and there were the Dooney & Burkes. They said the large ones, all three sizes of them, were ALL out in the showroom, nothing in back. Not sure if that is true. They did have many wristlets, and brought more out for my perusal since I am buying 4 for disers that aren't cruising for a while. I bought the $160 bag and I LOVE IT, perfect placement. The CM was awesome (Nadia, she became my favorite merchandise CM for the cruise) and helped me choose good ones for the disboard people. Shocking price, I've never spent that much in one sitting at the gift shop!







After, we hung out in the room a bit, and went to the shops again because Dicedawg wanted to check them out, but a minute later the first show let out and the shops were swamped so we left to get ready for dinner.

Dinner was really good. Our server is Grisella, she is from Peru and married to a French server (Julien) that she met while working on the Magic! They even work in the same dining room. I had brushetta, crab soup, seafood rissotto and delicious mint icecream and some kind of pecan thing. Yumyummy.

Here is Dicedawg with another manly drink:















Head server Simone did confirm a couple of nights later that there were some complaints about the steak that night...mine was good but two others at our table did not care for theirs.


Then Dicedawg and I went to Diversions for some chess. I was doing quite well until I started getting tired then I pretty much gave him my queen with a stupid move and continued the dumb moves until I was trounced.



Till next time

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April 25, At Sea

At Sea Day and Formal Night

April 25
We slept till 11 am jetlag has definitely taken a toll. We had brunch at Lumiere's and sat at a table with another Diser which was fun, purely by chance. The eggs benedict was very good, and I ordered the crab appetizer and added it to the eggs benedict.

We meant to go to the DVC presentation at 12:30 mainly to try to win the obc but breakfast ran over that time so we went to the shops until the next event.

At 2 we sat in a lecture held in the Buena Vista theater by Dr. Mark Rich about volcanos, Vesuvius in particular. It was very full so if he is onboard again I would get there early.

Next, there was a Vista Spa bingo with 4 cash prizes and 9 spa giveaways. Unbelievable but I won the last round, which was blackout bingo! $240 but split with another winner. Yay me! Dicedawg said he would not give me any more trouble over my $160 DCL Dooney.

Back in the cabin we ordered room service. I am bummed that they no longer have the Mexican pizza. Then we got ready for formal night! Dicedawg looked very dashing in his tux.



We had photos taken at the various backdrops set up on deck 3 (this is added later...ALL of our DCL formal photos were terrible) and then went to Diversions to play The Wheel, which is basically Wheel of fortune. We rocked the first phrase which was "To be or not to be that is the question" but our luck ended there. Although we ALWAYS knew the answer before the two other teams, we got two skip turns, one bankrupt, and 100 and 200 spins while the other teams kept getting 1000 spins.

There were three teams. Our team of 4 also had an honorary member, a helpful lady that came in late. Another team was a group of women that had not even wanted to play, and ended up wiping the floor with us! Then there was another team made up of fellow Disers. There was also an inebriated man that kept shouting out the anwers and he was not on a team. He did that several times despite all of us yelling "Whoa stop" everytime he began to speak. His wife kept shushing him. In the end the winning team shared their prizes with all three teams which I thought was classy.

Next up, Palo!!!
Palo was absolutely excellent, and our server, Dobi, outdid herself. We began with many appetizers. Beau and I ordered the shrimp "salad" which is not salad like at all. Dicedawg and Belle ordered calamari, and we also got two pizzas...one that Dicedawg ordered and another Dobi thought we needed. The lemon sherber pallete cleanser was yum, and then the flood of entrees began.

And when I say flood, I mean it. Dicedawg and I ordered the filet with gorganzola cheese sauce but she also brought out two grilled scallops for me and two other pasta dishes for Dicedawg. Belle got the special, carbonara, and LOVED it. Beau could not decide between the filet and tuna. He ordered the tuna but she brought him a "side" of filet! It was amazing. I have ordered the filet two other times with the red sauce but the gorganzola is better!

We all preordered the chocolate souffle because it takes so long to make, but Dobi brought out three more desserts just for good measure.
The chocolate souffle was unbelievably good. Dobi told us to put our faces down and have a "chocolate facial"











We also laughed hysterically like little kids over crossing our eyes at each other and flaring our nostrils. We are SO grown up.

In this one, Belle and Beau are demonstrating the weird pose one of the DCL photographers put them in:



Apparently, both Dawg and I when we cross our eyes, only one eye crosses, it was pretty hysterical.





Yes, to clarify, we were at PALO, the adult only venue.

Dobi also took us around and showed us the party room and the pizza ovens.


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April 26th, Valletta, Malta

Time for Malta! I excitedly recorded our arrival.



City looked very old to me right off the bat, like a city from another time; weirdly like Egypt...not much green and plain buildings with big square windows. They had people playing music to welome us, it was lovely!



We went to the Walt Disney World theater to meet for the Blue Grotto Tour and Fishing Village and soon we were on our way! Too funny that sitting behind me was Grlzmom whom I'd been anxious to meet as we had been corresponding by email. Our guide was a young Maltese woman and was excellent. It is a very timeless city...it feels like people are doing the exact same thing today that they did a couple of hundred years ago.





The blue grotto tour was wonderful! Very organized, and the grottos and crystal waters were amazingly pretty. The boats held up to 8. We saw small jellyfish, small fish, and white sand at the bottom.

First, we stopped for a view from the top.





Then the tour:














Then we went to the little restaurant for a drink and snacks. We were encouraged to try Kinney, the local soft drink, which we did. I believe Belle's exact words were "it tastes like fried a*s in a can" and she was not far off. The snack was interesting. The bread with tomato sauce and what I think was tuna was pretty good. Also very large beans and a big pile of something grey. The boys ate the grey stuff. I took a bite but did not finish.






We had a small bit of time in that village where I bought a handmade table runner for 10 Euro. There are some awesome table clothes, napkins, and runners both at the village where the tour is held and at the market at the fishing village. Here is a Maltese ice cream truck:



Then we went to a fishing village which was adorable. Malta felt very safe and friendly. We took a lot of pictures of the little fishing boats and shopped a bit. They let us sample local treats, and we bought a limoncello gellato. They had awesome table cloths, runners and napkins. Not pressuring sales tactics either.









The excursion was excellent and a good value, I recommend it highly.

We rested for a long time back on the ship and then dinner was at Animator's Pallette. We just adore our serving team. Dinner was very good. We also really like Simone, the head server...he is very friendly. They brought us a "Happy Anniversary cake" which was awesome.

This was sort of a quiche and it was really good.











After dinner Belle went to bed and Beau, Dicedawg and I went to Rockin Bar D for the Danny Buckler show. It was absolutely hilarious, he did a great job. He chose Beau for one of his tricks and it was both teriffically funny and amazing.



After the One Hit Wonders began and was really fun, I actaully danced! People were chosen to guess what a song or artist was when a song began and those that were correct got a shot! I had three, yum. The CM David was a riot.

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April 27, Tunis, Tunisia

Tunis

Here is Shaka, enjoying the view of Tunis:



Pulling up to Tunis was very different than Malta.



The look is very different, but the welcome was just as welcoming, if not more so. There were two sides to the welcoming party although they started off on the wrong dock and then had to run over to the right one which was funny because camels were involved.







Debarkation was a bit late. We had to fill out forms that were left in our stateroom the evening before and turn them in as well as show our passports. Our tour was Carthage and Medina, and first we went to Carthage. On the way the guide was very knowlegeable and educated us in many things, including the history and politics in Tunis as well as the culture. Basically every time there is an election, the same president runs against himself almost always, and his photos are everywhere...but much younger photos of him, it was kind of a giggle. Egypt was like that too...old president but you'd never know it by their dapper photos from their 40's.

Carthage was very cool. It was fun to imagine what it would have looked like with the columns all intact. Our guide was excellent and filled us in on the history of the place.

Here is the view from Carthage of the Magic:




Here are some pics of Carthage and the Roman baths:















Belle, enjoying some posing time with a statue:



Then we drove to the medina and the fun really began. Having been to Egypt I knew what the souk would be like. We chose to have on our own time instead of going with the guide and the four of us walked through, sticking to the main strip and not going off the side. We stayed on the same main strip of the souk because you can easily get lost. Dicedawg bought a pair of sunglasses after the salesman basically chased him down the street. Price began at 100 Euro, he bought them for 10 and they broke in a day. I bought a few little jeweled camels, a couple of nice inlaid boxes, and a few very cheap necklaces. Belle bought a couple of pashminas. Other cool things were chess sets and bird cages.



To be successful in a souk, you have to do a few things. Mainly, keep good humor, as most of us are not used to the high pressured sales tactics used, and it can be intimidating, annoying, and maybe even a little scary. Also know that you must bargain if you have any hope of getting a good deal. They start out with prices incredibly inflated, hoping you are dumb enough to pay it. My rule of thumb that worked well both in Egypt souks and in Tunisia is begin your counter offer at about 75% of what they start with. Just remember that this is how many of them feed their families, and that bargaining and those sales tactics are a way of life for them. Just go into it knowing ahead of time that you WILL be annoyed. Another tip is to not get annoyed when they say things like "hey California" and "Obama". They think that is flattering to Americans. If aggressive shop keepers call out to you just ignore them or say "la shakran" which means "no thank you" in Arabic. Be prepared, they might even pull on your arms.

One lady on another Disney bus actually yelled at one salesmen, and stood their fuming, bright red, for a while while waiting for her guide. I thought it was pretty funny actually...I felt like telling her to get out of THEIR country if she didn't like it. No need to yell at them.






At the meeting place after about an hour of free time we were ready to go.

The excursion ran a bit over, was closer to 5 hours. Back on the ship I had a massage appointment, Dicedawg won 30 spa credit in a raffle and I used it for a much needed massage, the concrete-like bed in Barcelona wrecked my already always sore back. Denice was my therapist and it was easily one of the best massages I have ever had.

I didn't realize that she used hot stones until after it was done, it just felt like hot massage oil. It was totally relaxing.

Then I went back to the cabin and found a note in my fish extender, telling me I was on a scavenger hunt and I needed to go to the computer lab and look at user 10 and "keyboard fun". What??? So dicedawg and I went and looked, but he basically had to point at the computer, because, well, I'm slow apparently...and I asked the woman using it if I could check under the keyboard.

There was another note telling me to go to the "service of guests" and to "hurry". So I went to guest services and asked if they had anything for me. The CM was quite confused but finally found an email with my name on it.

The next one was something like "shop for treasure" so I headed to Treasure Ketch and Nadia handed me an envelope. That one said "wrong shop, the other one". So I went next door and the next envelope said "your favorite bartender.". Well, that would be Pio at Preludes but he was confused and knew nothing abnout it, even trying to hand me another, empty envelope. The assistant bartender had it! "Go to dinner". Argh. Seriously??

Almost time for dinner at Parrot Cay and when we got in I asked Grisell and she kind of winked. "Dinner" arrived in the form of a covered dish holding a present and a card. The card was from my wonderful husband thanking me for doing great work planning this trip, and the present was the Cinderella's carriage charm I had loved in Treasure Ketch. He said happy birthday (which is in May).

Love him.

Then Griselle brought a birthday cake!!! It was very cool. Grisell's husband Julien came over and told Dicedawg he was not happy because he is making other husbands look bad, and that he would be "waiting for him when he gets off the ship.". So funny. I had no idea I'd be celebrating my birthday on this trip, lol.



To sum...the tour was a good tour...the guide was great, and it was interesting. I am not in a hurry to go back to Tunisia. And by the end of the day I was weary with being in a big tour group on a bus and thankful that my next several tours were private (small, up to only 8 people) tours...I had enough waiting for other people, especially those that don't know what a watch is. Tunisia and Malta were my first ever Disney excursions and like everything else Disney does, they do the tours well, I was impressed.

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We woke up at midnight, totally messed up in time. After about an hour we got back to sleep and when we woke we were suprised to see it was almost 9 AM! We got ready and went down to breakfast, which was cereal, bread, yogurt, bread, milk, and more bread. We then walked around a bit more and went into the fresh food market off La Rambla, it was amazing...we took such beautiful pictures of FOOD. It was weird how food made it so magical, but something about the locals, the freshness, the colors...it was really one of the best parts of our stay in Barcelona.

We checked out at noon. We had the front desk call taxis and we were off to port! Of course, the first site of the Magic was thrilling, by far the prettiest ship in port. We quickly dropped our bags with a porter, and were soon in line in the Castaway Club line. There was about a 10 minute wait, which looked to be about 30 minutes for first time sailers. It was about 12:30 and we boarded at that time with no wait.

Ate in Parrot Cay, and then rooms were ready. We LOVE our stateroom attendant, Shaka, whom Belle keeps calling Chakakan. In fact, every single CM has been fantastic.

I'm going to write more, a lot more, including my Dooney & Burke success, but Dicedawg and I are heading to Diversions to play chess and drink (more), so I'll have to make it later

Okay, I'm back.

We spent some time exploring our staterooms and then Dicedawg, Belle and I walked to the Promenade Lounge and ordered drinks and made friends with the bartender, Pio. Yummy pomegranite cosmo. Then the Disboard meet at 3 PM, had a great chat with Aunt Lynne, and a few more awesome people. The lanyards are so cute, we were really excited!

Back to the room our bags were there so we decorated our doors and unpacked. Muster was 5 PM, and then directly after Dicedawg, Belle, Beau and I went to AuntLynne's room, she upgraded to a Catt 3 and much to my delight I got to photograph it, including its massive, Aft verandah (HUGE!!!). We chatted for a bit and then left, Dicedawg was going for a body mass index thing at the spa and Belle and I went towards the shops which opened at 6. We stopped and chatted with the DVC lady, she sat in front of us on the plane, and Belle is a member so they bonded. We went to Treasure Ketch and there were the Dooney & Burkes. They said the large ones, all three sizes of them, were ALL out in the showroom, nothing in back. Not sure if that is true. They did have many wristlets, and brought more out for my perusal since I am buying 4 for disers that aren't cruising for a while. I bought the $160 bag and I LOVE IT, perfect placement. The CM was awesome and helped me choose good ones for the disboard people. Shocking price, I've never spent that much in one sitting at the gift shop!

After, we hung out in the room a bit, and went to the shops again because Dicedawg wanted to check them out, but a minute later the first show let out and the shops were swamped so we left to get ready for dinner.

Dinner was really good. Our server is Grisella, she is from Peru and married to a French server that she met while working on the Magic! They even work in the same dining room. I had brushetta, crab soup, seafood rissotto and delicious mint icecream and some kind of pecan thing. Yumyummy. Then Dicedawg and I went to Diversions for some chess. I was doing quite well until I started getting tired then I pretty much gave him my queen with a stupid move and continued the dumb moves until I was trounced.

Till next time
I Griselle!!! She was my assistant server on the 2008 WBPC & my server for the EBTA (got off the day you got on).

Please tell her that Monica say's HI!!

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