Tuesday, June 30, 2015

My Fortieth Birthday Disney Cruise - Post #5

Post #4

Finally we were allowed into our cabin.  We wanted to take a nap; however, the cabin next to us had excited children in their cabin.  Plus Hubby was excited about the magic porthole.  He kept wanting to show me what characters were paying us a visit.  So needless to say sleep was in the cards.

One interesting feature in our cabin is that the lights would not work unless you left your card in a certain slot.  (Picture in a future blog post.)


The Magic Porthole in our room

Hubby trying to pull down the bed in the ceiling.

After we were awake, we explored the ship.  There is so much details that you could easily miss if you are not looking closely.

Some of the pictures will suddenly come to "life" while you are watching them.  This portrait was around the corner from our cabin right by the elevators.



These pictures are from us exploring the ship.












When I was in the atrium/lobby of the ship, I asked one of the members of the custodial staff to please take a picture of us in front of the Admiral Donald Duck statue.


During our exploration, we found the most darling little cafe on the fourth floor.  You could get fancy coffee or wine from the cafe.  However, the coolest part of the cafe was the case of treats.  In the morning, the treats were breakfasty treats.  During the afternoon, it was little cakes.  And in the evening, it was antipasto.


Carrot cake

We ended up back on the eleventh deck.  They had an area of quick service called Flo's Cafe.  There were windows that had different types of food - burgers, pizza, chicken tenders, wraps, and fruit.

We grabbed a plate of fries with different condiments and I grabbed a bowl of delicious fruit.


There is an adult only area on deck 11.  That is where we sought refuge from the noisiness of the rest of the deck.



We decided to try a mango mojito.  It had too much rum in it so we didn't enjoy it until the bartender "watered" it down for us.



Now it was time for everyone to go to the mandatory evacuation training.  More on that during my next blog post.

Until next time, have a magical day!


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