We on the other hand were up at 7:00 a.m (all except Haylee, who I had to wake up at 9)...I had returned to my hotel the night before, laid down on my bed at about 9:30 and it took every ounce of energy I had to get myself up and undressed. Needless to say I think I was out before everyone else. We had the kids shower before bed, and we showered in the morn. Jim went out for Starbucks, he picked up the wine and water the night before, at a nice little Romanian grocery across the street. He actually bought Romanian white wine. In all the activity, I actually forgot that today was my birthday until the kids started singing. We were all dressed in our proper attire (the Mickey shirts that Kim made for everyone). Minivan taxi picked us up at 10:30 and we made our way to the port. Shortly after we got online, Kim and family came driving up. So, I didn't realize that my camera was on movie mode (where my son had left it the day before when he was shooting at La Sagrada) so I was talking pictures, but they all came out in a movie...so here are pictures, door and all from day one. We actually had two cabins across the hall from each other. A navigator's veranda (which we hardly used except to take pictures upon entering a port - it felt too closed in for me) and an inside 7128/7129. We were aft a few doors away from the Deck 7 secret veranda. We got all our luggage before the group meet at 3 pm and were mostly unpacked by the time we got there. Even Jim's tuxedo had come. It was really fun meeting everyone. It was the biggest get together I had ever experienced and the fun part was that throughout the cruise most people really got along and made some new lifelong friends. I got to the sail away party late and couldn't find anyone but Kim's dad, Jerry and Jim bringing me a birthday drink. I also went down and place my Roaming Mickey Magnet on Kim's door to start his adventure.