I was on the 9/29 3-day Wonder cruise and our embarkation was ruined because someone left a bag unattended in the cruise terminal. At approximately 11:50 a.m. (yes - 10 minutes before they let us on the ship) they cleared the entire terminal. Evidently this bag was unattended for quite a while and had no tags, etc. Nobody claimed it so they called in the drug-sniffing dogs (two) and eventually called in the bomb squad (with sirens blaring). First we were evacuated to the parking lot for about an hour. (They also stopped all in-coming traffic so I have no idea what those folks did.) The crew and staff were in the dark as much as we were so weren't able to provide any answers. I felt bad for them. They did hand out bottled water and then moved us to the Royal Carribean teriminal so we wouldn't have to wait in the heat. At about 2:15 p.m. they cleared the DCL terminal and everyone was able to get back in and get on board. By the time we got on board it was 3:00 (which was when we were supposed to meet our fellow DISers so that didn't happen either). We hadn't eaten ahead of time so we would be hungry at the embarkation lunch. We didn't pack any snacks either so we were famished by the time we got on. Eating a late lunch also affected our early dinner. They ended up moving the going away party and muster so our first day was kind of a bummer because of all the confusion, etc. I appreciate the great lengths that DCL went to in keeping all the passengers safe. It is very tough in these days and times. However, I wonder how bad that passenger feels for putting all their shipmates through that because of their absent-mindedness? Please keep an eye on all your bags and put tags on all your bags - even your carry-ons. I'm getting off my soap-box now - thanks.