Day 2 we would be docking in Nassau- and our plan was to stay onboard and act like it was a sea day. I didn't want to go to Atlantis, I'm saving that for a trip in itself when my boys are in college, and with only 4 days on the Dream, Timmy didn't want to get off anyway. Fine by me! We were going to start our day with something new that I had meant to do on the last cruise, but didn't- have the Table service breakfast in Royal Palace. On the way- The menu- Our server from dinner, Heidi, was working here this day, and when she saw us, she escorted us to one of her tables. Timmy was nice enough to join me on this particular morning- I forgot to mention in my last post, our dinner servers were Heidi and her asst. was Francisco. We thought both of them (and our head server) were fantastic! I was actually very impressed when Heidi recognized us, like she has known us for years. Do they get photos of all their tables or something? Because even the Dining Room Head Server recognized me at CC! I didn't even know who he was, but he knew me! Anyway, Timmy started with a donut- I wanted to try Mango Mountain Hike fresh blend of mangoes, honey, granola and low-fat yogurt. When I ordered it, Heidi tried to explain to me that it was blended- but I did not understand until it was put in front of me. She was so sweet, she was very worried I might not like it because it was almost like a drink- but the flavor of it was so good! Timmy had Disney Cruise Line Breakfast Trio French toast, Belgian waffle, and buttermilk pancakes served with cinnamon butter, syrup and whipped cream, accompanied with bacon He probably finished about half- it was a lot of food. I went with Traditional Eggs Benedict Toasted English muffin with grilled Canadian bacon, served with poached egg topped with hollandaise sauce, grilled roma tomatoes and link sausages I had not had that in such a long time- and it was very, very yummy. So yummy, in fact, that I had to come back here another morning to have it again! I was really loving this non-buffet brekkie! Once done, tim rushed off to Vibe....and I did what was MOST important, went to book another cruise! Funny thing about this particular booking- I know this woman got everything right, I saw her do it. But when we got the confirmation, it was for 2 cabins, one for me & Tim, one for Pods & Tyler. Except.....this was the cruise we were going to take with no kids, and 2 other couples on November 13, 2014- Joan & Peter already had their cabin, and I just needed to get cabins for Pods & I and Evie & Tom. ANd THEN....the next confirmation had Evelyn Tom in that cabin- with Santo Salvo. Except...their name is Evelyn and Tom SantoSalvo- so....how weird! Now, of course, in case you have not heard, we have been switched to October 23rd, in the great Dream/Magic/Wonder/Miami/Port Canaveral switcheroo of Fall 2014. BIZARRE. I also picked up a cool drawstring DVC bag from the DVC desk while I was there. Then changed into gym clothes and worked out- Then back up to the cabin to change into my swimsuit, passing by the laundry near us on the way- I bet that room does not see a lot of action on a 3 or 4 night cruise! Up on deck, who should I see but Timmy- who said the door to Vibe was locked, and he couldn't get in (more on that later). So we decided to ride the Aquaduck- the wait was about 30 minutes. So much for being in port, looks like no one wants to go to Nassau, huh? See where the line began? The CM would not let me ride with my camera, so I left to get rid of it. But first- Really, no big deal getting rid of the camera- on the NCL Breakaway (the ship we are cancelling next summer) they won't let you ride the slides with jewelry- so if you can't get your wedding ring off, you don't get to slide. Probably you are allowed to smoke on the slides, though. Really enjoyed the ride, but when we got off Tim did not want to wait in the line again, and he took off to shoot hoops. I went to have a coffee at Vista Café because Alex was working, and she clued me in about Vibe- the kids who are the right age are issued different room keys when they board that will open the door. (I thought it was odd that a DCL kids club would be closed, even on a port day! Of course, on NCL Breakaway, the clubs are closed til 7pm on Port days. Oh man, I really need to cancel that cruise! I don't like that ship at all, can you tell? ). So I ran to Customer Service, and they issued Tim a new card, which I then ran to the Sports deck to give to him. He was a VERY happy boy! Me? I went up to be a grown up on the Adult deck. It was very empty up there- it was also not broiling hot like it was last May. Very nice! OK- time for a little break- Photobucket is being a royal PITA.... see ya later!