And here is the typical boarding-the-ship-after-traveling-like-mad-people-freakishly-Early-in-the-morning picture. I must admit, we all look pretty good!
Individual family picture time
The four seesters!!
After what seemed like ages we were finally allowed to check into our state room. They were wonderful rooms, with plenty of room and a fun balcony. Bethy and I were roommates just like the good old days.
We spotted the Griffins from across the deck!
After the party, Bethy and I took to exploring the ship! Here is the main pool, look at all those crazy kids already in the pool in the cool weather.
Another one of my favorite pieces of artwork on the ship
And here is the main atrium/lobby area. They are always the most impressive parts of any cruise ship.
Route 66 was the "adults only" part of the ship where all the "adult entertainment" was.
They had these awesome vintage billboards all up and down the halls. I thought they were adorable.
Loved catching this candid moment of a complete stranger. Look how happy the kid is to be hugging Mickey. So adorable.
The kids were captivated by all the shows! (of course no pictures were allowed during the performances)
Then we came back to our room and got ready for our fist dinner at sea
Our first dinner was in the Triton's restaurant. There were three restaurants and we rotated between all three all week long, our cute servers were the same at every place though.
For dinner tonight I had french onion soup as an appetizer, one of my favorite types of soup
Creamy crab pasta for the main course
This mosaic at the back of the restaurant was so magical!
After dinner we took a stroll through the Disney and Pixar art gallery. How awesome are these Pixar pictures!
Yes, I am going to be one of those people that posts a picture of every towel animal we came home to. Tonight it was a cute little bunny
And a pillow and chocolates to help us fall to sleep, another fabulous Disney Detail