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Old 08-11-2014, 02:27 PM   #16
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Love your busy non park day!

We will be at OKW for 2 days prior to 4 days at VB and then our 3 day cruise.
We also have so many non park activities planned. We will be there this Friday.

Can not wait for the rest of your report!
Thanks! Hope you have a great vacation!

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Wonderful start! I can't wait to read the rest!
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Day Three: Sail Away I

Day 3




Today’s the Day! We slept well and got up around 7 a.m. Our friends treated us to a delicious breakfast of Mickey waffles and breakfast biscuits. Then we repacked and hit the road about 9:10 a.m. The drive to Port Canaveral took a little over an hour.


First glimpse:



An attendant directed us where to pull-in for drop off. We gave our big luggage to the porter, snapped a quick photo and said goodbye to our wonderful hosts. Their knowledge of the area and generosity really made our trip special.



We had a port arrival time of 10:30-10:45 and it was just about that time when we arrived (maybe a few minutes early), so I was surprised that we were directed to go upstairs to level 3 of the parking garage rather than straight into the terminal. When we got up to that level, there was a long line snaking through the garage. We were glad we had given our heavy bags to a porter as we saw lots of people struggling with theirs at that point. It was hot, but at least there was a cool breeze blowing through.



(I’m still not sure why we were directed to the parking garage, a friend from my cruise meet arrived at about the same time and was sent to the front door of the terminal. She said they didn’t want a line forming out front.)



It’s a boat—you are supposed to wear boat shoes!




We gradually move ahead through the line and go through security. When we enter the terminal we are surprised to find it very busy and we have to stand in another line to check in.



At this point I’m wondering why I scheduled an early port-arrival time if we are just going from one line to another? This one moves pretty fast though and a castmember checks us in, takes our security photo and tells us they will begin boarding around 11:30 a.m. Then he gives us our Key to the World (KTTW) cards, silver lanyards and this nice little ‘gift’. GROUP 2!!



So maybe that early port-arrival-time did help? I need to use the restroom so I head over there and find...another long line. It is nearly 11:30 and I do not want to miss boarding because I’m in a restroom line so I go right back to my family, passing Minnie on the way.



Caroline has decorated her lanyard with her new trading pins.



Only minutes later they introduce the family of the day and first boarders….then Magical No. 2! We push through a few people blocking the area, but there weren't too many. No way I’m going to get stuck several numbers back like I did at the airport a few days before!

Our KTTW cards are scanned and we are onboard. We bypass the photo area which is clogged with people and just like that they are announcing our family on the Disney Dream!



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We take the elevators to Deck 11.



(It will never be this empty again!)


We go up to Cabanas for lunch and decide to sit outside. No one else is out there because it’s so hot. I drift off to finally find a restroom while my family chats with a brand-new castmember. He tells them he was on Royal Caribbean for many years, but his dream was to work for Disney. He’s very friendly.



Bathroom photo:


When I return we go to get our food and decide it’s nicer sitting in the air conditioning. Lunch is very good and relaxing.





Busy already


Next we stroll down to Deck 3 for the 1 p.m. ship’s tour. We meet up with Chip and Dale right outside the Walt Disney Theatre so we get a great picture there.




The tour has good information, but is pretty short. It ends right about 1:30 so we head down to Deck 2 to see if our staterooms are ready. The ropes are still up but drop soon after. Our staterooms are two connecting rooms very close to the Enchanted Garden—there are a couple of ’hidden’ hallways to the right and that is where our cabins were located.



These are Category 9B. I’ve been told the portholes in this category are not the kind you sit in, and while it’s true they don’t have padding, our daughter spent hours sitting in it. If you are wondering about the size of them, she’s about 5’7” tall.




Such a happy girl—she is home!




At 2:15 we go to the Vista Lounge for our cruise meet. We had an active group conversing online for many months so it was nice to meet some of these folks. One of my goals was to introduce Caroline ahead of time to some of the other girls her age who would be sailing with us. I thought if she knew them prior to boarding it would make it easier for her to go to the Edge Club. This didn’t exactly turn out the way I planned but that was okay.

Next we toured the Edge Club during open hours so we could all see what it was like.



We spent about 10 minutes here, and that turned out to be the only time Caroline ever went there. Honestly it didn’t seem that interesting, and she was just a few months shy of being too old for it.

But the main reason she didn’t go there was she spent all her time with us. Remember Rule No. 1 from our family pow-wow? (We want to spend time together.) That is exactly what we got and it was perfect. So while it would have been nice if Caroline could have spent time with some of the other girls I can’t complain because we were all together.


Next Up: Sail Away Part II
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Yay! You're onboard the ship Your DD looks so content sitting in the porthole. Sounds like your room was in a perfect location.
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Enjoying your report and the great photos you took! Looking forward to more!
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Yay! You're onboard the ship Your DD looks so content sitting in the porthole. Sounds like your room was in a perfect location.
She loved that porthole--and the room didn't turn out to be a perfect location later on--but I'd still take it any time if it meant I was on a Disney cruise!

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Thanks for reading along! It's fun to go back over it all!
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Sail Away--Part II

Enjoying the view!




Next up we get ready for the mandatory safety drill. On our last cruise we arrived early and stood in the sweltering sun for 20 minutes. This time we found our assembly station right away, but stayed nearby inside until just before it was the required time.

Our assembly station was just outside the Gallery on Deck 4. Rick read the Navigator while waiting for the Assembly Drill while the boys used their 3G coverage while they had the chance. (Once we sail away, all phones were put on airplane mode to avoid international data charges.)





At the drill they crowded us together but since I’m the shortest in the family I got to stand in front and it wasn’t so hot there. They went over the usual safety demonstrations and then something went wrong on the intercom system. They actually played the dismissal notice before the drill was over. People started to drift away when they corrected themselves and said ‘go back’. It was kind of chaotic, but didn’t take too long.

After that it was finally time to get that boat moving.

Hurry up before that storm hits! (Our last cruise had a stormy sail away party so we didn’t want a repeat.)



We stationed ourselves on Deck 12 and watched a little bit of the Sail Away party but not too closely.



Our families in the midwest were watching the Port Canaveral Webcam (portcanaveralwebcam.com) so we had told them where to look for us. It took a long time to sail away and was actually after 5 p.m.

I made cheap sail away banners for us to wave. Using a $1 plastic tablecloth I cut arrows with long tails. This is what they looked like.



I used the rectangular part to knot a loop. Then we slipped the loop onto our wrist so it wouldn’t blow away and the triangular part flapped in the breeze. I was hoping this would catch the attention of the webcam operator and it did, although by the time we got in front of them we were tired of waving. Our family did see us though!




Goodbye!


All that waving makes you hungry, and since we had the late dinner seating, it was time for a snack. In case you don’t know, grill type food is available all day at the walk up counter.



… and off to see the Golden Mickeys. We all really enjoy this show. We got to the theatre about 15 minutes early but I felt cool right away so I ran back to the room and got a wrap. The theatre did end up getting more crowded but there was never a show when it was completely full.



The Golden Mickeys are based on an award show and feature some of the best-loved Disney songs and performances. It hadn’t changed much since our first cruise in 2009 with one notable exception: Roy Disney gave the opening speech (via video) back then. In 2014 it was the CEO of Disney.
We returned to our rooms after the show and relaxed.

Is that a Royal Caribbean or Carnival?


Here is our Castaway Club gift: a rope-handled tote bag and write-on/wipe off board. After you have sailed on Disney one time you are a member of the Castaway Club and you receive little perks like this gift. The more cruises you take the higher your level (silver, gold, platinum). Since we had two staterooms, we got two gifts.



Dinner tonight was in the Royal Palace. This was my favorite restaurant of the cruise. We were seated in a little back room which made it feel more secluded and personal. Plus we had a port hole table which was good for about 20 minutes until it turned completely dark out.
Notice Cinderella’s Carriage Bread Basket?



About this time I started to feel a bit seasick. I remembered from our first cruise that it hit me right about dinner time. It wasn’t bad just queasy. For the next three nights I took Less-Drowsy Dramamine an hour before dinner and it seemed to help.

Our server was Gilbert from the Philippines and our Asst. Server was Onica from Guyana. We thought both of them did an excellent job. Gilbert highly recommended I try the Chateaubriand roasted steak and it might have been the best thing I had the whole cruise.



I am also a soup lover so I had soup at every meal. This time I opted for Belle’s French Onion Soup and the Potato-Leek soup. Both were excellent!



Christian tried the non-alcoholic Prince(ess) Drink drink and loved it.



Andrew and Caroline both tried the fried baked Brie with chutney and gave it the thumbs up. (My photos turned out too dark here so I borrowed a couple from the Photographers Wife. She has also written a cool report on her blog.)



Christian had the duck confit appetizer (just okay) and the duck entrée (loved).





Overall it was a very good dinner and I would have been happy to eat there twice. We walked to the Atrium and watched Greta Salome play violin for a while. She was very good.



Then we strolled up to Deck 11 to enjoy the beautiful evening.



I couldn't believe it when the guys decided they should get pizza since they were right there! I was still very full.

We headed to the D Lounge to see Family Fusion game. I expected it to be Disney trivia which the audience could at least answer in their heads, but it wasn't that at all. It was a game show with questions pertaining to the individual families (which character are you most like, etc…) None of us found this very entertaining so after a while we headed to our stateroom for bed.

Something I learned:
Waving a cheap banner does get you recognized by the Webcam operator.
If you want two soups instead of an appetizer and soup—order two soups! Start taking seasickness meds the day before.

Soups eaten: 2

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Good idea on the banners...and awesome you were spotted on the video!
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I remember your cabins were very easy to find, sorry to hear you seemed to have an issue with them. I do like your picture of the hall leading into the Enchanted Garden, made me feel like I was walking in for dinner!
I was also a little worried at sail away, hoping it was going to rain and thankfully we were able to stay on deck to watch us sail out to sea!
I thought the violinist was amazing, very impressive!
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I remember your last report....so glad you are doing a report on the surprise cruise! Looks like a great time so far.

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I'm enjoying your report so far! Thanks for covering your visit to Mosaic church. I found that really interesting.
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Great report so far. I really like the little tips you include in the report. This looks like a fun cruise. We're thinking about booking the same itinerary in January.
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Good idea on the banners...and awesome you were spotted on the video!
It's nice when an inexpensive idea works out!

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I remember your cabins were very easy to find, sorry to hear you seemed to have an issue with them. I do like your picture of the hall leading into the Enchanted Garden, made me feel like I was walking in for dinner!
I was also a little worried at sail away, hoping it was going to rain and thankfully we were able to stay on deck to watch us sail out to sea!
I thought the violinist was amazing, very impressive!
Other than some noise issues, our cabin really was awesome. We were so glad the outdoor sail away worked out!

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I remember your last report....so glad you are doing a report on the surprise cruise! Looks like a great time so far.

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I'm enjoying your report so far! Thanks for covering your visit to Mosaic church. I found that really interesting.
Glad you liked that. Sometimes I wonder if the trip reports are all sound alike, so I like learning new information.

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Great report so far. I really like the little tips you include in the report. This looks like a fun cruise. We're thinking about booking the same itinerary in January.
Thanks! I keep learning. And January sounds like a great time--probably a lot less crowded.
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Day 4--Nassau Time


We slept until 8:30 a.m., just as we were pulling into Nassau.

Our porthole view of the British Colonial Hilton.




The kids slept a little later so we didn’t get up to Cabanas for breakfast until after 10 a.m. Everyone else must have slept late also because the restaurant was crowded. But how can we complain with this view for breakfast?




After breakfast we decided to walk around Nassau. I had done a lot of research on the Melia (formerly Sheraton) Resort and had pretty well settled on doing a day pass there. But when put to a vote among the kids, no one was really interested in a beach day.
So we opted to stroll around Nassau and just take in the city. Strolling is a bit hard in Nassau. First you must run the gauntlet of street vendors. Multiple times we were offered hair braiding, drinks, taxis, shells, necklaces, tours and cigars. My husband was also offered a ride to a nude beach. After we got into the shopping district it was very crowded with narrow sidewalks (several were crumbling or torn up). We kept walking until we skirted the edge of the Straw Market and then past Senor Frogs and the British Colonial Hilton.

Outer edge of Straw Market (too claustrophobic to go inside!)




We walked on to Junkanoo Beach.




It was a very hot day and the sidewalk to the beach bordered a busy street. Parts of this sidewalk were completely underwater due to some sort of flooding. A long stretch of the sidewalk had large square metal inserts every few yards. Most of these metal plates were rusted through at the edges or sticking up several inches above the sidewalk. I really wish I had taken photos of the sidewalks in Nassau as several were unsafe. At one point we had to stop because the sidewalk was completely submerged and other tourists were approaching that section from the opposite direction. A local evidently thought we were being silly for not walking through murky ankle deep water on the sidewalk and said, “is this an obstacle or is it just water?” Well since we couldn’t see the bottom of it and cars were flying by on the street just a foot away we felt we had to stop to take turns to navigate the mess.

But here's a pretty area


We stayed at the beach for about 5 minutes then trekked back to the ship. At this point we realized Christian had lost his KTTW card. We retraced our steps but never found it. The Bahamian security officer compared his driver’s license with ours to verify same last name and then told us to go report it to the ship. At reboarding the Disney castmember joked with Christian about staying in the Bahamas (better learn to braid hair!) and Rick took him to guest services where they promptly replaced his card.

Going ‘home’



We had lunch at Cabanas. I tried the Tortilla Soup and it was nasty. Like canned enchilada sauce.



A trio (quartet?) of meats for Christian.





From Cabanas outside seating area.





After lunch we spent some time gawking at Royal Caribbean’s “Allure of the Seas” which was docked next to us. It is massive.




I tried my panorama feature on my phone. The window that we are standing in front of is not a curved glass-it is all straight--so although this is distorted, I like the way you can see the whole ship.





Christian spotted a Shrek meet and greet.



We all got cold drinks and started the Mid-Ship Detective Agency.



This is a fun game that works a tour of the ship into the mystery. It starts by activating a card and then you work your way to special paintings where you use your card to perform tasks and find clues.



The kids were intrigued by the interactive painting next to the Detective Agency.



For the detective game, we quickly figured out that it’s easier to do the odd number decks and later do the even number decks, rather than doing them in numerical order. We paused on Deck 4 for a rest on the lounge chairs. It’s such a beautiful, relaxing place to spend time on the ship that we ended up here many more times during our cruise.

Brown area is a climbing wall on the Allure of the Seas



Goodbye Allure of the Seas, we had fun gawking at you!



The guys played some shuffleboard, we did some more Detective work and the kids went back to our staterooms to rest a while. Rick and I delivered some Fish Extender gifts and relaxed on Deck 4 again.



Doesn’t get much better:


Something I learned: GO WITH THE FLOW... I did so much research on the Day Pass for the Melia Beach Resort, even contacting two guest reviewers on Trip Advisor for their input. I was sure we'd spend the day there, but no one really wanted to. We had a great day anyway, and I'm tucking my info away for next time!

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Thanks for sharing your honest input about Nassau. We have mostly planned to stay onboard while there, but we have also considered taking a cab or public transportation to Cable Beach. Give your description, with 3 younger kids, I'm thinking that staying onboard is probably our best bet. Maybe we'll get off if our other beach days earlier in the trip get rained out.
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Another great installment, and an excellent tip. Thanks for sharing.

We've been on Royal several times, but have been on the big ships yet. I was a little surprised when they were coming out that they did not include that promenade that you guys enjoyed on deck 4. Of course it has the nice interior with the central park and boardwalk instead.
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