#8961745 - 03/02/17 09:27 AM
Re: got back from a cruise
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Took my daughter to see paw patrol live yesterday. She loves it. Going to Disney for sure once she's around 6.
was chase in front of your FACE?
Edited by f22b-dohc (03/02/17 09:27 AM)
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Chewbacca makes me yawn *Yawn*
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#8962259 - 03/02/17 04:51 PM
Re: got back from a cruise
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Loc: Markham, ON, Canada
Finally have a chance to go thru some of the pics. Most were taken with a 3 year old cell phone. made them small so as to not rape bandwidth.
Coming upon our ship, the Disney Fantasy at Cape Canaveral.
A scale model in the port terminal.
The main atrium of the ship. Often a place for live music, dancing and characters.
One of the many nice chandeliers.
Some of the details on the walls inside the ship. There's plenty of stuff if you look.
Nigel from Find Nemo.
Some intricate metal work on an exposed elevator.
Cpt Hook and Smee.
Sophia the first and Jake.
One of the paid dining restaurants we never attended. This one was called Remy. As in the rat from Ratatouille,
Some of the metal work dividing the rooms in Remy. You can see a mouse design.
Same restaurant has Remy carved into the seat backs.
First day brunch. Shrimp, crab, prosciutto, prime rib, etc ... everyday
I love breakfast.
I really love breakfast.
Double entrees at night. Lamb rack / Beef Wellington.
Sully from Monster Inc. The way this guy bounded when he ran was incredible.
A view of the ship while being taxied to Grand Cayman.
Watching a Bug's Life on the deck.
My past-life as an animator, I love seeing these maquettes of characters.
Dug from Up.
There were three sit-down dining rooms that we rotated between. This one, called the Animator's Palette, on this night, featured an interactive screen with Crush from Finding Nemo. There's someone in the back and they do voice over's. The character was literally having a conversation with my kid.
Preview to Star Wars day at sea. Cpt Phasma.
The pool deck was dressed like a Star Wars set and Boba Fett made an appearance.
Special Star Wars inspired menu.
Dessert was a Sundae topped with a Han Solo in chocolate carbonite.
Both Star Wars night and Pirates night hosted a show on the pool deck, followed by fireworks and a dance party. Kids loved it. That red-lit tube was the water-slide ride called the AquaDuck which circled the pool deck.
Fireworks at sea.
I hate Ewoks. But this sweat top was super cute.
Daisy in Swim wear. All the main Disney characters had multiple outfits, which appealed to hardcore Disney fans.
Did the 5k with my older one on Disney's Castaway Cay (their private island). It was more walking than running, but she was happy to finish.
A view of the island.
Had a hitch-hiker in a shell I picked up from the Grand Cayman. Tossed him back out to sea probably a couple hundred miles from where I picked him up. Oops! That was the end of the cruise portion
Waiting in line at the parks is made less boring by things like this. Just little details to keep you entertained. This was the Frozen ride at Epcot
Magic Kingdom obligatory Castle shot.
Inside the castle had these mosiacs of scenes from different movies.
Universal Studios where I had a drink with Barney at Moe's Tavern.
We also tried out the Krusty Burger. Not bad, but the place was rammed.
The Harry Potter ride was amazeballs. Actually all of the Universal rides were just insane. You literally feel like you stepped into a movie.
Last day was Animal Kingdom. The Tree of Life.
A more intense version of Whitewater Cayon.
Finally, a Tsum Tsum wall in Disney Springs (an outlet mall)
We spent quite a bit of money on this trip, but like I said, it was probably one of the best vacations I've ever had.
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