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Old 01-03-2014, 04:45 PM   #1
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Just the two of us! (Need I say anything more?) Our Fantasy & Dream trip~many photos

I haven't posted in a while due to family issues but thought I would try again so here I am with a TR that will hopefully keep you wanting to come back for more. First off I want you to know that I never seem to know where to posts PTR’s and TR’s but since this is more DCL than WDW I figured this was the place to start.

I started planning this trip pretty much as soon as I finished our last one in October of 2012. My cast of characters have shrunk by one this year. Our daughter Heather joined the work force and after a few bumps finally found a good place of employment. This left me with the question of are you going with us? Can you go with us? Well between a new job and a new boyfriend I soon leaned the answer was no. Sad!!!! Heather not only decided to stay at home she also made the decision to take care of her grandmother when she came home from rehab after a second broken hip. Little was I or anyone else to know that my mom would have a series of health issues that would keep her from coming home for many more weeks and right through our vacation.

Who’s going?:

Linda…me…age 58. I love all things Disney, especially Tink. I’m a photo bug at heart so I will be posting many pictures of our adventures to keep you smiling, interested and maybe entertained. My husband tells me that I should have been a travel agent because I am so meticulous about my Disney planning. Which brings me to the other character.

Dan…my dear husband…age 49. Dan loves Disney but got bit by the cruising bug a few years ago and will only cruise with Disney. He loves the ships, loves dressing like a pirate and just being a kid at heart for a week or so. Can you blame him?

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We will arrive at Disney from MCO on November 29th where we will spend one night at Port Orleans Riverside, a new resort for us. The rest of the day will be spent at the Magic Kingdom then off to Boatwright’s for dinner to celebrate Dan’s 49th birthday. The next morning we will be picked up by Florida Tours limo and head to Port Canaveral where we will board the Disney Fantasy on November 30th for a seven day Eastern Caribbean cruise to St. Maarten, St. Thomas and Disney’s Castaway Cay: Cat 08B – Deluxe family ocean view stateroom. Our first porthole.

After this cruise we will head back to Disney on December 7th for a one night stay at the Wilderness Lodge and a day spent at Epcot followed by another trip to the port on the 8th for a four day cruise aboard the Disney Dream: Cat 05E – Deluxe ocean view stateroom with oversized verandah. On the 12th we will finally and sadly return home. All of this because our daughter decided not to go. Now understand that this was the first vacation Dan and I have ever taken without our daughter. The first time alone in twenty years! I think I went kind of crazy with the planning. Lol!!!

So there you have it. The beginning of our vacation. There’s so much more to come. Lots of fun, celebrations, meets and surprises and of course many, many photos.
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I'm following along, Linda. I can't wait to hear all about your trip, especially the Fantasy.

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Wow, the Fantasy AND the Dream?! Can't wait to read about your adventures!
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Welcome Louise. I so love the Fantasy but just one day of Disney to get through first. Lol.
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November 29th
The plan was to go to bed early in anticipation of our limo ride to T.F.Green Airport in Providence R.I. Originally Heather was going to drive us but being this was Black Friday and she was working a twelve hour shift we decided to keep the limo and let our girl get some much needed sleep. We both just laid there wide awake possibly dozing here and there. I don’t really remember but when the alarm went off at 4am we were up, dressed and waiting. The limo was on time so our bags were collected as I said goodbye to an angry cat. The ride was a little over an hour and I think I fell asleep on the way. We did curbside check-in, went through security which was heightened, found a seat and waited. A little before 8 am we boarded and less than 3 hours later we were in sunny Orlando.

Our Magic Bands were in my carryon and we were quickly reminded as we approached Disney’s Magical Express that these must be worn to get through the process quicker. I opened my bag, found the bands and Dan and I struggled with putting them on for the first time. The rest was a breeze. No paperwork just the bands that held all the information and we were done and on our way to Disney’s Port Orleans Riverside.

I had previously done the online check-in and was surprised when we were met by a young woman holding a tablet instead of standing in line. She scanned the band and told me that our room was ready. She gave us our KTTW card just in case along with some little 2013 glow in the dark additions to our Magic Bands. I’ve heard in some cases the bands fell off and these were to make sure that they didn’t. Now one thing I forgot to do was ask for a Mansion room. I really liked the looked of these and hoped to get one. My heart kind of sunk when we were told that we were in Alligator Bayou but as we made our way through the paths to our room I was quite taken by the beauty of the landscaping as well as the buildings.
Alligator Bayou grounds

I asked for a corner room on a top floor. We already had a king-size water view room so I was pleased that we also had our requests except for the Mansion part. We entered our room in building 38 via the Magic Bands which mine did not work…oopsy!!! Dan’s did so I never bothered to say anything about mine. The room was absolutely lovely and I wasn't disappointed at all.
Our AB room

After checking out the room and taking lots of photos we went to find the bus that would take us to the Magic Kingdom. We finally entered MK at around 12:30 a lot earlier than I was expecting all due to the expediency if our Magic Bands. Now some of you may recall that I managed to get a Fast Pass for lunch at Be Our Guest. I kind of cheated but got my ressies even ordering our meal ahead of time and wasn’t sure that they would be there when we arrived. We headed for the New Fantasyland and was too early for lunch so we wandered around to check out all the new and exciting things. Our BOG ressies were between 2:15 and 2:45 followed by our first FP ride at 3 to 4 on Dumbo. Dan had never ridden Dumbo and I was so surprised when he said he wanted to. After checking out the sights and Big Top Treats it was time to head for lunch…hopefully.
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Continued...

Train station greets all

Main Street Christmas lanterns

A peek at BOG

The Beast’s castle

Prince Eric’s castle

Ariel at entrance of Under the Sea ~ Journey of the Little Mermaid

Big Top Treats


I checked in for the FP at BOG and was told everything was all set. YEAH!!! We were told to go straight to the front where we would be greeted and enter the “castle”. Once there we were told that we could sit anywhere we liked. I chose the Rose Room where you are met by a beautiful rotating statue of the Beast and Bell. Dan and I found an empty table and waited. He was a bit concerned because no one came to our table and I kept telling him to be patient and just wait. About 10 minutes passed and a young woman with a cart approached our table. Ahhh the magic…unfortunately our order was completely wrong and included two child’s plates???

After a few more minutes another cart arrived with a different server and our meal was served. The problem was that the original woman also appeared with the same order. It seemed to be a lack of communication and as our meal progressed we heard a lot of wrong orders all around us. About 6 or so that I recall. The magic does not have quite all the kinks worked out yet I guess. Lol!

All in all we enjoyed our pre-planned meal. It was a bit too much as I ordered some extras that maybe I should have resisted. Oh well.

Potato Leek Soup…Very velvety and yummy

French Onion Soup…A classic. Dan loved it

Croque Monsieur and Pom Frits…Very good. Crisp on the outside….gooey on the inside…nice large potatoes

Carved Prime Chuck Roast Beef Sandwich and Pom Frits…Dan liked this also. Lots of nice beef and hot fries.

The Master’s Cupcake…The Grey stuff piled high on a moist chocolate cupcake.

Strawberry Cream Cheese Cupcake…moist and flavorful…another winner

Neither one of these desserts are meant to pick up and eat. Use a fork if you please!
Tropical Fruit Cream Puff….remember the extras? So yummy.

Chocolate Cream Puff…Rich and chocolaty.

After lunch it was time to shoot some photos and I didn’t leave until I checked out every room.
The Rose Gallery

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We leave on the Fantasy on Saturday. Can't wait to hear more!
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Great photos!
Love the shots from round POR
Excited to hear about your cruise
Thanks so much.
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When we got back to our room our luggage was waiting for us giving me just enough time to organize before the drill and toss a few things into a laundry bag to be pressed for later on.
Fantasy and Christmas tree

Dan

Magnets and Fish Extender


The last time our drill was in the Buena Vista Theater to which someone mentioned a scene from Titanic. It was so disorganized. This time...Tada!!! Evolution Lounge??? Well at least it was done well. Very professional and orderly.

Our next meet was at the sail away party. A bunch of us gathered by the second stack facing Fish lips and waited to wave like a bunch of crazy people at the camera. It was so much fun! The cool thing was that one of our cruise mates had a special sign made to hang over the side. It was great but kept wanting to flap up in the breeze and Brian and company did their best to hold it in place.
Leaving Port Canaveral

FFV sign


We said so long to our cruise mates and headed down to our stateroom to finish unpacking and to get ready for dinner.
View from our window

Chocolate pralines...yummy


A few of us hung around and chatted for a while but then Dan and I turned our attention to the sunset and headed back to our stateroom to take it in and just relax before getting ready for dinner at the Enchanted Garden.
Ahhhhh...the setting sun!

Once we were in open water the ship was at full tilt. Since we were forward you could feel every little break of the waves as we cruised on through. And so did I. Last time I got a bad dose of sea sickness and this time would be no different.

I noticed it when I was just sitting on the bed. Then I went to wash my face and re-apply my make-up when I felt it. I've come to realize that if you are feeling a little nauseous the worst place to be is standing in a tiny bathroom looking into the mirror as the background sways to and fro. Now, I did take Dramamine an hour or more before we left port. It was the non-drowsy kind and guess what? It didn't work.

Dan and I got dressed and arrived at Enchanted Garden just as the doors swung open. We were led to our table and in a few minutes we were greeted by our table-mates Kris and Larry. This was the first time we met and I didn't even know what they looked like because Kris did not post her picture on Facebook. Despite how I was feeling we had a lovely conversation and just for kicks and giggles I ordered the very same food as I did the last time which I couldn't take a bite of just a quick snap on the shutter of my camera and then I turn away. I found myself briefly explaining to Kris and Larry what was going on and tried to eat a piece of a roll but to no avail.

In the meantime Dan was enjoying his roll and appetizer while I just sat there and stared at my soup. Next came his salad and finally the Sea Bass. I really love Sea Bass especially the way its prepared at the Enchanted Garden but I couldn't even stand the smell of this beautifully cooked fish. It was déjà vu all over again and I quickly had to excuse myself. Geez, I got further than this last time. Dan just took a bite of his entrée and was enjoying it. I told him to stay, just give me my KTTW card and Id be fine but he wouldn't hear of it and left his entrée behind to stay with me. All that ran through my mind was what a lousy first impression I just made in front of our table-mates. The rest of this night was a blur. I took another Dramamine, crawled onto the sofa bed and crashed though I barely remember getting into bed, make-up and all.
Multi-grain Loaf and Country Current Bread with Chickpea-Garlic Purée

Thyme and Garlic Brioche...Filled with Lobster, Morels, and Porcini Mushrooms and Leek Stew in a light Buttermilk Cream

Cream of Green Asparagus Soup...With Crabmeat and Asparagus Tips

Romaine Wedge...fresh crisp Romaine topped with a creamy Romano Dressing and homemade spiced Croutons

Alas no Pan Seared Sea Bass or dessert!Lol!
Ok...evidently I was well enough to take a photo of this little guy!?
Towel Snake

Next...party with the Pink Champagne Girls!

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I loved all your pictures of POR. It looks like a lovely resort.

Loved the first day on the Fantasy. We did the same as you - boarded and headed straight to Cabanas. The food was delicious! We also had a category 8 room and we LOVED the window. My boys enjoyed standing and sitting there and looking out. Sorry you weren't feeling so good the first night - we could feel lots of motion, too. We were fortunate enough to stand with Kris and Larry at sail away - what a sweet couple.

Can't wait to read more.
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One other thing...

I see you have another cruise booked. Are you by any chance sailing on the November 29th Fantasy (same week as last year)? We have a cruise on the Wonder booked for March, 2015 but we are heavily considering moving it to the November 29th Fantasy sailing. Just wondered if we'd be on the same cruise again.
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Once we were in open water the ship was at full tilt. Since we were forward you could feel every little break of the waves as we cruised on through. And so did I. Last time I got a bad dose of sea sickness and this time would be no different. I noticed it when I was just sitting on the bed. Then I went to wash my face and re-apply my make-up when I felt it. I've come to realize that if you are feeling a little nauseous the worst place to be is standing in a tiny bathroom looking into the mirror as the background sways to and fro. Now, I did take Dramamine an hour or more before we left port. It was the non-drowsy kind and guess what? It didn't work.
Linda, I have a tip for you. My family members get motion sickness quite often, so we've discovered a pretty good remedy. Start taking your Dramamine or Bonine at bedtime 1-2 nights before getting on the boat and take it every night before you go to sleep while on the ship. It has worked for many cruises and fishing trips!

Oh, great trip report! Thanks for sharing!
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Oh my gosh, so much to comment on!

First, we ate at Palo's for brunch the same day as you but we had a 12:30 reservation. I was surprised when we were walked through the buffet by a CM who put the food on our plates. I wasn't aware that it was because of an outbreak. That makes sense now. We loved Palo!

Wow two tasting in one day! That would've done me in. It looked like fun though.

I loved your pictures of the ship at night. I can tell you that when you were taking those pictures my family was probably already crashed for the night. We never made it past 10:30 most nights. DH and I never made it to Europa or Oh La La either. Actually, I don't even know where those are located on the ship. We walked through LaPiazz (or however it is spelled) several times; are they anywhere near there? I loved the picture of the hallway to Europa. Again, where was that hallway? See, we really need to go back on the Fantasy so I can explore all the places I didn't get to this trip. More reason to book another trip!

Our St. Maarten day was beautiful. We did the Bernard's Tour and really liked it. I had wanted to get to Sarafina's but our stop in Marigot was only about 30 minutes and until we made a bathroom stop we were only left with about 15 minutes so I didn't want to chance missing our bus. We did enjoy walking around the open-air market and got some good pictures. We didn't see the KLM jet land but we did see it take off. How awesome!

You are Dan looked great in your pirate attire!

I can't wait to hear about your St. Thomas day!
We heard about the problem with Palo from one of the servers. The fact that they served us just made the experience more elegant. The tastings were great. We enjoyed them both. The wine and chocolate was just something different and though this was our second Mixology it was with our cruise mates and that made it a blast. La Piazza is in Europa which is the name of the adult district. Ooh La La and Skyline were just around the corner from there as was O'Gill's and way down the hall is the D Lounge. Dan and I are kind of night owls and it was fun to see the ship at night and take so many uncluttered photos. Thanks to Kris and Larry we had a wonderful visit of St. Maarten. Sarafina's was the best and the jets were fun...for me anyway. Dan was bored and I later found that when he was a kid on many Army bases that that was what he would do with his dad. So getting blown over by a jet engine is nothing new to him. Lol! I always love pirate night. It's a time to be a kid with everyone else.

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Hi there dear...we had a fantastic time with you two. I have so many fun memories that I will cherish.
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I am enjoying your trip report.

Two tastings in one day would more than do me in. I am seriously considering the Wine and Chocolate tasting on our May cruise, but even that might do me in for the afternoon.

We used to vacation in St. Maarten quite a bit, this was before the cruise ships used Maho as a tour stop. Before they put a concrete barrier up, cars used to stop right at the end of the runway, people would get out, stand behind their car and wait for the jets to land in front of them. On one of our trips, the exhaust flipped over a car and killed the people standing behind it.

Sarafina's in Marigot is just the best. We used to stay on the Dutch side, but we always drove to Marigot for dinner--just the best ever.

Seems there was something else I was going to comment on, but it escapes me right now.

Again, really enjoying the report and your pictures.
Well I can see why there are fences and barriers in place now. Sarafinas and Marigot in general were great. You have to try the wine and chocolate. It's truly and worthwhile experience.
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Your pirate costumes are wonderful. You really do both look great
Ooh I can't wait to sample some of those cocktails
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Very enjoyable TR! It's fun seeing your beautiful photos of the Fantasy. We loved the Magic and Wonder but I'd like to sail the Fantasy one of these days.
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Linda, I have a tip for you. My family members get motion sickness quite often, so we've discovered a pretty good remedy. Start taking your Dramamine or Bonine at bedtime 1-2 nights before getting on the boat and take it every night before you go to sleep while on the ship. It has worked for many cruises and fishing trips!

Oh, great trip report! Thanks for sharing!
Thanks for the tip. I actually did try this on the second part of our trip and I did much better but then again we were aft so it was a different location.
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Wonderful updates again
I agree with the PP, that is such a lovely photo of you both
The champagne meet sounded like a lot of fun
I was interested to hear your thoughts on sea sick medication. I get terribly sick on small boats but have always been fine on the big ships, but we have always had pretty calm seas. I took Dramamine non-drowsy on our last cruise just as a precaution but as the seas were so calm I probably didn't need it
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