We originally had booked cat 4 cabin 8014, but we really wanted adjoining rooms. Our TA said No can do, however, when we checked in at the terminal, we were able to switch to adjoining cat 5 rooms, 7100 and 7102. We were at the terminal early and were in the Group 2 for boarding. We got there right about 10:30. While we waited, we went ahead and got pagers for the kids programs. The kids, my 5 and 2 yr old and my niece 4, loved the cartoons playing. Then, Goofy and Minnie came out for pics. We were able to board at about 11:30. We went upstairs to the buffet instead of going to parrot cay. Buffet was nice, everyone seemed to enjoy it. We were able to go to our rooms at 1:30. Really glad that we got the adjoining rooms. My son got the bed and my 2yr old slept on the couch bed. We did Palo the first night and dropped the 2yr old at Flounders Reef and the older kids at the kids club. They had a great time and so did we. The food was excellent (even the yummy chocolate souffle!). We let the kids eat early from Pinocchios Pizzaria or the Grill. The last night we actually ordered them room service. We were very pleased with both of the child care facilities we used. When we got to nassau, it was storming. So, we checked the kids into their clubs and went into town ourselves. When we got back onboard, we had lunch and watched The Shaggy Dog in the Walt Disney theatre. Cute movie and the kids had wanted to see it anyway. After that, the weather was better, so we took the kids into Nassau for their souvenir shopping. My son wanted to go to the Straw Market for a hat. He ended up with a hat with his name on it and my daughter got a straw purse with Cinderella on it. It is very crowded and tight in there, so keep that in mind! The next day in castaway cay, we had a great time. The ocean water was still chilly, but that didn't stop the kids from wanting to play in it! We had the 11:15 glass bottom boat tour. My family really enjoyed it, but the in-laws got very seasick. The kids liked feeding the fish and the tour guide even let all of the children that wanted to stand on the glass. We had a great BBQ lunch at Cookies. I had the chicken, the kids had hot dogs and huge cheeseburgers. I told my husband that this was the life, sitting at a picnic table with Bon Jovi playing on the radio overhead, some yummy bbq and the beautiful caribbean at our feet. After lunch, we did some shopping at She Sells Seashells and went back onboard. The kids went to the pool which was MUCH warmer than the ocean. That evening, we played Big bucks bingo and then went to dinner. During dinner, we got paged that our son had a tummy ache and wanted to leave. So, my husband went to get him. We thought he was just overtired from being out in the sun all day. However, apparently he got a little souvenir at some point during our trip because right after our appetizers he turned to me and said, "My stomach really hurts" and proceeded to throw up. (My apologies to you if any of you reading this were around us.) However, our servers didn't flinch and within 10 minutes our head server was delivering our main courses, dessert and our anniversary cake to our stateroom. The next morning in Pt Canaveral, we had bkfast there and they were very sympathetic and sweet to my son. All he ate was toast and dry cereal and unfortunately had another episode on I-95 on the way home (ewww!). Thankfully that was the last one and he is better today. Overall, this was probably one of the most if not the most enjoyable vacation I have ever taken. Disney really knows how to cater to families, children, and adults. They have something for everyone and it isn't a Mickey all in your face experience. The characters are there if you want them, but if you want more adult entertainment, that is there too. This was a great trip.