Well, after skipping the evening activities the night before from an upset stomach- I woke up incredibly refreshed and ready to start the day feeling much better. I was even able to sneak outside a bit to watch us arrive back in NYC <3
Once everyone was up and showered, we all headed down to Lumiere’s for breakfast one last time with our dining team and friends who have become more like family.
We were off the ship and through customs by 8am, headed home to Long Island…
This cruise went far too fast. We could have absolutely used one more night in Bermuda and will keep that in mind when we plan our next cruise to the absolutely beautiful island. There is just so much to do and there wasn’t enough time to experience enough of it. I did feel there was a shift in atmosphere from our 7 night Disney Magic Mediterranean cruise vs this 5 night cruise to Bermuda. Not sure if it was the length, Halloween overlay, Inaugural sailing, one port vs 4 ports, departure port…not sure. Not a bad one- just different. Everything felt a bit more rushed than we had experienced over the summer. That said, we will absolutely be sailing on board Disney Cruise Line again- but far more likely on a 7 night or longer sailing.