Magic-al Thanksgiving Cruise - And the Eating Begins
|Although vegan, this isn't exactly inspiring.|
We headed to Rockin' Bar D to make sure our reservations noted the proper dietary restrictions (they did) and then wandered around the ship for a bit to let the kids feel oriented.
|Tiny child sized sinks and mirrors in the Club|
More exciting, we got our first Castaway Club gifts, a backpack, keychain and snacks. (The pretzels are vegan!) Then we headed up to the sail away party and saw one of the oddest things. Chris started really getting into the dancing and steps. He has NEVER done anything like that before, and we were even halfway expecting to have to take him up to deck 10 if the crowds were bothering him. Instead, he was busy dancing right by the ropes, spinning around breakdancing and even heading up on stage when they let the kids join the crowd at the end of sail away. After lots of dancing, we headed up to deck ten to watch as the ship pulled out of port and turned our phones onto airplane mode. Then we headed back to 5020 to get ready for main dining and decorate the door.
|Mmmmmm. Balsamic vinegar!|
This post is Post 2 of an Ongoing Trip Report Covering Our Thanksgiving Cruise 2012