We made it through winter flying—delays and all, had a great overnight stay at the Hyatt in Orlando International Airport, enjoyed the bus ride to Port Canaveral, and now it is time for us to board the beautiful Disney Dream. It is our second time on board the Dream and our fifth Disney Cruise. Here’s our first day on board:
How can a guest not love when they are announced on a ship? It is one of our favorite parts and so appreciate Disney Cruise Line doing this on all of its ships!
|The Donald Pool or Family Pool.|
|That's the boy on the AquaDuck. He was tall enough to ride by himself this trip!|
|The men in the hot tub with the clear glass bottom.|
Click here to read more about the Senses Spa.
Click here to read more.) Our favorite part is the horn as it plays notes of "When You Wish Upon a Star." When the ship started to move, we made our way to the front of the ship and took the elevators back to deck 5. It was now time to change our clothes and get ready for dinner.
|Belle in her holiday finest. She told us about the books she was reading.|
|Princess Aurora, also known as Sleeping Beauty, was wide awake.|
|The boy in front of the icon for the Disney Dream--Admiral Donald--in the Lobby Atrium.|
The tree lighting ceremony was after dinner (7:15) in the Lobby Atrium. The boy had been trying all day to get to be the Holiday Prince of the Sea and light the tree. His wish came true! Click here to read more.
Pain and Panic were in the Walt Disney Theater interacting with audience members prior to the show. Absolutely no photography can take place during the show, so just take my word--it is a great show.click here to read more.