even from the kids :)…
In the main atrium of the ship.
Trevor was off already with his friends from the Vibe.
We heart Mickey!
Pirate Dinner at Lumiere’s. They had a great time doing the limbo with the wait staff… Paul and I had a romantic dinner at Palo’s that night.
Then we met together for the evening show and Pirate Party on deck. Dancing with the characters, DJ and singing, and Mickey flying in on a rope, ending with fireworks. Disney knows how to put on a party! Then they treated us with a yummy midnight buffet, crepes mmm, but the kids were off to watch Lincoln in the movie theater.
Trevor had a blast hanging out with his age group at the Vibe (14-17). They did karaoke, made pizza, scavenger hunt, swim party, played guitar, sports…
Aaargh! This cute little pirate is very protective of her brother, not wanting him hanging out with friends much
Sports Arena on top deck, perfect for our little athletes! Paul and I had to beat our boys in the foosball tournament, then they came back with a vengeance for the championship.
Sophie and Sage had a great time with the Oceanside club, Sage in the middle, second row. They enjoyed being old enough to check themselves in and out, coming and going as pleased, and the ship supplied phones to contact your party to meet up. On the last day the club they put on this cute show “Friendship Rocks” show with Mickey and Minnie, then back for activities and T-shirts signing.
Cute seeing them hold hands with their new friend as they headed back to the lab (didn’t get a picture). I also loved how my usually non holding hands girls, especially around their classmates, would come up all the time to hold my hand as we were walking (especially Sage), such happy, sweet girls!
I was going to do this trip in 3 posts (last one being our excursion in Cozumel), but I still have a few more ship pictures I want to add without making this one too long, so bear with me, 2 more Disney posts to go