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Old 02-12-2009, 06:28 PM   #61
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We enjoyed our room service, which included a donut for dd (it’s vacation, so why not) but it was incredibly dry and bad. She didn’t even finish it. I had croissants, which I thought were pretty good. DH got an English muffin, which was fine – even still warm when they got there.



Were the croissants flavored or plain. When we were on the Costa 2 years ago we go bk rs every morning. They had chocolate croissants and espressos (free) my husband and I missed that when we got off the ship.
We are hoping to get great bk rs again. It mad it nice to start the day off in peace and eat in bed

What is in the fruit bowl. Is it good stuff or like canned fruit

Thank you again for doing such a nice job on writing this report. Can not wail only 11 more days to go
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Were the croissants flavored or plain. When we were on the Costa 2 years ago we go bk rs every morning. They had chocolate croissants and espressos (free) my husband and I missed that when we got off the ship.
We are hoping to get great bk rs again. It mad it nice to start the day off in peace and eat in bed

What is in the fruit bowl. Is it good stuff or like canned fruit

Thank you again for doing such a nice job on writing this report. Can not wail only 11 more days to go
Hi there. Sorry for the delayed response. It was a crazy end to the week. Jezebella was right about what was in the fruit bowl. Now I will say I didn't enjoy the room service fruit bowl all that much. But the one great thing is that Disney always had fresh fruit around. Goofy's Galley had fresh fruit cut up, which was really good. They also had tons on the buffets, also very fresh. And if you miss all of that, they were good about keeping bananas, apples and oranges out at Goofy's Galley, even when it was closed. We'd pick up some fruit at the end of the night, so we could have it in the morning before we left the room.

The croissants I got (and that they list) were plain - but good. But they had chocolate croissants at the Palo brunch, and I also think on some of the breakfast buffets (if I remember correctly.) I've also since read on the boards that people request the chocolate ones in room service, and have received them. So I'd give that I try for sure. The cholate croissant I had at Palo's was really good.


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Day Three - Sea Day & That Mortifying Moment

So after a slow start to our Sunday, we had to get up early Monday for our character breakfast.

When we got to our room the first day, we had the character breakfast already assigned for us on the Monday. (They put them on tickets that tell you where you eat all week. The only assigned breakfast is the character breakfast, other than the last day when you depart. )

I really hadn’t been looking forward to the character breakfast. I had read bad reviews about the food, and we had already done a couple of character dinings at WDW. One of them was not very good (Cape May Café at the Beach Club) but the other was pretty good (Chef Mickey’s at the Contemporary.)

But we were pleasantly surprised. First, it wasn’t very crowded. You’re seated with the same people who you eat dinner with every night. Quite a few people chose to skip.

The breakfast was in Parrot Cay, where we had already had lunch the first day. We could order off a menu a variety of breakfasts. I think I got a cheese omelet, sausage, hash browns and a bagel. It was all good. DH got an ham and cheese omelet, hash browns and bacon and sausage. He can’t remember if he had anything else. (He also liked his) And DD got a pancake, Mickey waffle and eggs, I think. (How in the world do I forget such things just a week later – It’s an age and Mommy thing, I’m sure

Our dinner tablemates came for breakfast too and we all had a lot of fun. The characters all came around and we had plenty of time to say hello and take pictures. The professional photographers don’t come around with them, so bring your own camera. We got some cute pictures.








You may have noticed that our daughter has a thing about kissing the nose of the characters. She even grabbed Chip or Dale by the tie to pull him toward her. I'm not sure what that's about, but she tries it with most of them. Go figure.

Our servers made hat for the girls.


After breakfast, we decided to go swimming. It was still cold out, but not as bad since we were continuing to travel south. During the summer, we take our DD to a local water park. She loves it, but is never much of a daredevil. Well, she was dying to try the Mickey slide.

I walked up the steps with her, since it was pretty high up there. She continued up the rest of the way on her own and down she went. My husband was at the bottom waiting, and said she had a huge smile. She immediately jumped up and wanted to go again.

After two or three times, a lifeguard told my husband that she was too short to be on the slide. The height restriction was 38” and she’s only about 3 feet tall. Well, my husband wasn’t thrilled. There was a lifeguard at the top of the slide and one at the bottom. He told the one at the bottom, who made the comment, that he should have said something before our DD went down a few times. The lifeguard said she could continue, but she needed to be careful. He also said he couldn’t promise another lifeguard would allow her to go on again later.
We were a bit bummed. But we understood the restrictions. Again, we just wished they would have said before she went on. And I’m sure we should have known.

After she went down a couple more times, we told her we were moving to a different pool, where movies were playing. We kept her away from that pool the rest of the time (which wasn’t tough considering the cold days other than days we were in port) We didn’t want to tempt her to go up and have to tell her no. So over at the family pool, we played in the water for a while, but I thought it was cold. So we moved to the Jacuzzi, which was nice and warm – and over a little cover – which came in handy when it started to rain.

After a little while, we headed back to the room and took our naps.

When we got up and had room service, I think. DD wanted to go back to the club, so we took her and then went to do some more shopping and exploring. (our favorite pastime. We ended up buying quite few things on the ship, including a sweatshirt for me, jacket for DH, toy for DD, bracelets for DD and me, magnets etc. Actually, I think our shopping trips cost us the most in the end – other than excursions and spa visit.)

Here's what was on the Navigators for that day.





Then we went to get DD – who never wanted to leave the club. She had a blast.

It was in the elevator, on the way back to our room, that we experienced our mortifying moment.

So there we were, standing quietly minding our own business. A couple was on with us. I can’t tell you much about them, because after my DD opened her mouth, I refused to look at them but a split second.

Now I should tell you that DD isn’t shy, not even close. She’s the kid who runs up to complete strangers and shows them her bathing suit, or tells them the name of her cousin or wants to kiss their little baby. So I wasn’t shocked when she spoke to the woman, just by what she said.

“You look like Piglet,” my DD blurted out (not different than you or I would say, “It’s a beautiful day out.”)

My husband and I just stood there in shock. I briefly looked at the woman, as she took a glance back at the monster who just referred to her as Pooh’s cute little friend. And just in case the woman thought she misunderstood, my DD was kind enough to repeat her statement, again, just as casual as could be.

Now here’s the thing. From my quick glance at the woman, I can tell you my daughter wasn’t referring to her size. She wasn’t a big woman. My daughter honestly didn’t mean anything by it. In her own way, I think it was a compliment. And in all honesty, there wasn't something about the woman's face that reminded me of sweet little Piglet. Even as I write that, I know it doesn't sound like a compliment, but I mean it as one.

Yeah, don’t worry. I didn’t say any of that out loud. In fact, I stopped looking at my daughter (after my face returned to its normal shade of white) and tried to pretend I didn’t know the little 3-year-old girl in the elevator (which she pronounces alligator, by the way) What horrible parents would leave such a precocious child in an elevator by herself? Thank God it wasn’t us.

So I’d love to tell you if we snuck off the elevator before the couple or after them. But I think the humiliation of that 30 seconds was just too traumatic for me. I just don’t remember. Neither does DH.

If by chance, the very lovely couple is reading this report – I would apologize, but I don’t know who that child was – her parents should probably not let her ride alone in elevators.

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So after a slow start to our Sunday, we had to get up early Monday for our character breakfast.

When we got to our room the first day, we had the character breakfast already assigned for us on the Monday. (They put them on tickets that tell you where you eat all week. The only assigned breakfast is the character breakfast, other than the last day when you depart. )

I really hadn’t been looking forward to the character breakfast. I had read bad reviews about the food, and we had already done a couple of character dinings at WDW. One of them was not very good (Cape May Café at the Beach Club) but the other was pretty good (Chef Mickey’s at the Contemporary.)

But we were pleasantly surprised. First, it wasn’t very crowded. You’re seated with the same people who you eat dinner with every night. Quite a few people chose to skip.

The breakfast was in Parrot Cay, where we had already had lunch the first day. We could order off a menu a variety of breakfasts. I think I got a cheese omelet, sausage, hash browns and a bagel. It was all good. DH got an ham and cheese omelet, hash browns and bacon and sausage. He can’t remember if he had anything else. (He also liked his) And DD got a pancake, Mickey waffle and eggs, I think. (How in the world do I forget such things just a week later – It’s an age and Mommy thing, I’m sure

Our dinner tablemates came for breakfast too and we all had a lot of fun. The characters all came around and we had plenty of time to say hello and take pictures. The professional photographers don’t come around with them, so bring your own camera. We got some cute pictures.








You may have noticed that our daughter has a thing about kissing the nose of the characters. She even grabbed Chip or Dale by the tie to pull him toward her. I'm not sure what that's about, but she tries it with most of them. Go figure.

Our servers made hat for the girls.


After breakfast, we decided to go swimming. It was still cold out, but not as bad since we were continuing to travel south. During the summer, we take our DD to a local water park. She loves it, but is never much of a daredevil. Well, she was dying to try the Mickey slide.

I walked up the steps with her, since it was pretty high up there. She continued up the rest of the way on her own and down she went. My husband was at the bottom waiting, and said she had a huge smile. She immediately jumped up and wanted to go again.

After two or three times, a lifeguard told my husband that she was too short to be on the slide. The height restriction was 38” and she’s only about 3 feet tall. Well, my husband wasn’t thrilled. There was a lifeguard at the top of the slide and one at the bottom. He told the one at the bottom, who made the comment, that he should have said something before our DD went down a few times. The lifeguard said she could continue, but she needed to be careful. He also said he couldn’t promise another lifeguard would allow her to go on again later.
We were a bit bummed. But we understood the restrictions. Again, we just wished they would have said before she went on. And I’m sure we should have known.

After she went down a couple more times, we told her we were moving to a different pool, where movies were playing. We kept her away from that pool the rest of the time (which wasn’t tough considering the cold days other than days we were in port) We didn’t want to tempt her to go up and have to tell her no. So over at the family pool, we played in the water for a while, but I thought it was cold. So we moved to the Jacuzzi, which was nice and warm – and over a little cover – which came in handy when it started to rain.

After a little while, we headed back to the room and took our naps.

When we got up and had room service, I think. DD wanted to go back to the club, so we took her and then went to do some more shopping and exploring. (our favorite pastime. We ended up buying quite few things on the ship, including a sweatshirt for me, jacket for DH, toy for DD, bracelets for DD and me, magnets etc. Actually, I think our shopping trips cost us the most in the end – other than excursions and spa visit.)

Here's what was on the Navigators for that day.





Then we went to get DD – who never wanted to leave the club. She had a blast.

It was in the elevator, on the way back to our room, that we experienced our mortifying moment.

So there we were, standing quietly minding our own business. A couple was on with us. I can’t tell you much about them, because after my DD opened her mouth, I refused to look at them but a split second.

Now I should tell you that DD isn’t shy, not even close. She’s the kid who runs up to complete strangers and shows them her bathing suit, or tells them the name of her cousin or wants to kiss their little baby. So I wasn’t shocked when she spoke to the woman, just by what she said.

“You look like Piglet,” my DD blurted out (not different than you or I would say, “It’s a beautiful day out.”)

My husband and I just stood there in shock. I briefly looked at the woman, as she took a glance back at the monster who just referred to her as Pooh’s cute little friend. And just in case the woman thought she misunderstood, my DD was kind enough to repeat her statement, again, just as casual as could be.

Now here’s the thing. From my quick glance at the woman, I can tell you my daughter wasn’t referring to her size. She wasn’t a big woman. My daughter honestly didn’t mean anything by it. In her own way, I think it was a compliment. And in all honesty, there wasn't something about the woman's face that reminded me of sweet little Piglet. Even as I write that, I know it doesn't sound like a compliment, but I mean it as one.

Yeah, don’t worry. I didn’t say any of that out loud. In fact, I stopped looking at my daughter (after my face returned to its normal shade of white) and tried to pretend I didn’t know the little 3-year-old girl in the elevator (which she pronounces alligator, by the way) What horrible parents would leave such a precocious child in an elevator by herself? Thank God it wasn’t us.

So I’d love to tell you if we snuck off the elevator before the couple or after them. But I think the humiliation of that 30 seconds was just too traumatic for me. I just don’t remember. Neither does DH.

If by chance, the very lovely couple is reading this report – I would apologize, but I don’t know who that child was – her parents should probably not let her ride alone in elevators.

UP NEXT: Formal night and Golden Mickeys


I have to tell you I am enjoying your TR and your little girl is the cutest little thing!! Keep the TR coming and the pics.
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ADORABLE!! I love the pix from the character breakfast! I am hoping to get quite a few shots of Lauren with the characters that morning!!

Sorry but I laughed at your "mortifying moment", it just is so typical of kiddos and I am sure that the lovely lady took her "compliment" in stride. No worries Mommy and Daddy!

Thanks for sharing your trip with us all I am getting so excited, just over a week to wait!! St Croix here we come!!
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That is too funny, kids sure do say the darndest things don't they. I wouldn't worry about it too much though, kids love Piglet, maybe the woman took it as a compliment. Now if your dd had told her she looked like Cruella DeVille (sp?), then, I'd worry, because most kids don't like her.

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“You look like Piglet,” my DD blurted out (not different than you or I would say, “It’s a beautiful day out.”)

My husband and I just stood there in shock. I briefly looked at the woman, as she took a glance back at the monster who just referred to her as Pooh’s cute little friend. And just in case the woman thought she misunderstood, my DD was kind enough to repeat her statement, again, just as casual as could be.

Now here’s the thing. From my quick glance at the woman, I can tell you my daughter wasn’t referring to her size. She wasn’t a big woman. My daughter honestly didn’t mean anything by it. In her own way, I think it was a compliment. And in all honesty, there wasn't something about the woman's face that reminded me of sweet little Piglet. Even as I write that, I know it doesn't sound like a compliment, but I mean it as one.
I know you do not remember much about the lady, but perhaps she was wearing a pinkish striped shirt.

Just thank your lucky stars that she did not say she looked like POOH!
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I know you do not remember much about the lady, but perhaps she was wearing a pinkish striped shirt.

Just thank your lucky stars that she did not say she looked like POOH!
I'm very thankful

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That is too funny, kids sure do say the darndest things don't they. I wouldn't worry about it too much though, kids love Piglet, maybe the woman took it as a compliment. Now if your dd had told her she looked like Cruella DeVille (sp?), then, I'd worry, because most kids don't like her.

Still loving your TR. Can't wait to read about formal night.
OK, you're right - It definitely could have been worse. Not sure that I could have even found the positive in her calling someone Cruella DeVille.

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ADORABLE!! I love the pix from the character breakfast! I am hoping to get quite a few shots of Lauren with the characters that morning!!

Sorry but I laughed at your "mortifying moment", it just is so typical of kiddos and I am sure that the lovely lady took her "compliment" in stride. No worries Mommy and Daddy!

Thanks for sharing your trip with us all I am getting so excited, just over a week to wait!! St Croix here we come!!
Don't worry. We've laughed quite a bit ourselves. It's definitely more amusing after the fact And I can't wait to tell our DD the story when she's old enough to understand why we were so embarrassed.

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Thank you - I'm enjoying doing the report.
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Thanks so much for posting so many pix. My DD is looking at them with me and getting VERY excited for her b-day cruise in a few weeks.

One question about the slide - do they have a measuring stick to measure the kids like on the big rides at WDW? Our DD is 38" but with shoes on so wondering if they can really eye-ball it.
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Thanks so much for posting so many pix. My DD is looking at them with me and getting VERY excited for her b-day cruise in a few weeks.

One question about the slide - do they have a measuring stick to measure the kids like on the big rides at WDW? Our DD is 38" but with shoes on so wondering if they can really eye-ball it.
They do have a measuring stick on the wall near the end of the slide. I'm sure if she's close, it won't be a problem. My daughter was still noticeably shorter. Sounds like your daughter is right there.
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According to my 11 year old, there is a measuring stick at the top of the slide before you go down. She was on the other end of the spectrum...almost too tall to go down.
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[FONT="Book Antiqua"]Thanks for sharing all the pics. I am missing the cruise ship so much. August cant come quick enough. We are hooked. I didnt really care for St.Croix so I think are next 7 day will be the eastern. I heard from alot of people that Jamaica is fun. We didnt order room service didnt find the sheets till Friday morning. Now we learned so much that the next one we will be more organized.
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According to my 11 year old, there is a measuring stick at the top of the slide before you go down. She was on the other end of the spectrum...almost too tall to go down.
Thanks, we'll remind her to stand tall! ;-)
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