After sail away a few of us decided to check in on another member of our group who had upgraded her suite and now had her husband in tow. So, with the upgrade to her room and her husband, we weren’t expecting to see her much- but we did want to check out the Roy Disney Suite!
Anywhoo, by now it was time to get ready for dinner and meet the rest of our crew who would all be meeting in Animator’s Palette for dinner at 5:45pm (Main Dining).
After we were done toasting and gifting we all parted for a bit of shopping, changing, etc. Sandy headed to the shops while Tricia headed back to our suite because she wasn’t feeling right and wanted to lie down (The first night can be tricky if you are sensitive to motion). Cathy and I hung out a bit and sipped the last of our champagne and took yet another selfie!
We strolled through most of the bar areas and settled in to Skyline. Skyline on the Disney Dream is an adults-only cocktail bar that features simulations of the world’s most stunning skylines and a digital fireplace. It is also one of my favorite spots on board. 😉
At 10:30pm, The District put out appetizers for everyone to enjoy- and we all indulged again (can’t pass up food on a cruise, right?). We decided to settle into the ship’s sports bar, 687.
We all chatted & cheered again but before long it was after 11pm. Our suite had a busy day to rest up for- we had planned on going to the spa and then heading over to Sandals during our stop in Nassau. The 3 of us headed back “home” and let the waves lull us to sleep….