Mousercise, the spa and gym took up a good portion of the front of the 9th deck. It was a great place to spend time !
Joanne....your towel monkey is a crack up! That seems like it would definitely be the most difficult one to make!
I loved it when you would come out of the origami classes with your latest creations!
Your drawing of Mickey is great too!
The Twice Charmed show had the neatest special effects. The stage was all dark before the ballroom scene and then it started lighting up like a domino effect. And everything was black and white ...the stage and the costumes, but then the Fairy Godmother came out and sang Bibbidy Bobbidy Boo and the stage "magically " became colorful as did the dancers costumes. It was really beautiful both in black and white and in color!
I'm so glad you got that shot of all the Volkswagon bugs in Acapulco. I have never seen so many bugs in one place. And since those were the taxis , I am really glad a bunch of us didn't try to squeeze into one taxi there!
A lot of people said they had bad experiences with their excursions in Acapulco which was unfortunate, but I still think Acapulco was the prettiest of the three Mexican stops as far as what it looked like when we arrived that morning and when we left that night.
Last edited by Princess Buttercup; 06-01-2008 at 09:38 PM.
Yay for more pics!! I'm so enjoying your pictures!!
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Originally Posted by Reverend DMother
Girl bonding is just so necessary. It's just as important as "me" time. A good girl bonding session leaves you feeling so refreshed. I think of it as a NEED vs a want. There are just things that you need to talk to other women with. You may have the best relationship in the world with your husband, but there are just times you need your girlfriends. It makes for a healthier and happier you which makes everything else you do better.
Awesome, just awesome. I sincerely hope that food was inclusive in your trip because I know I couldn't have eaten all that food you guys had access to. LOL
Summer, Food is always all inclusive on the DCL as well as most other cruise lines, and it's available whenever you want it. And of course it's absolutely fabulous! Alcoholic beverages of course will cost you but it's not unreasonable.
Next came dessert. It was hard to decide so our server, Laura, decided we each had to have a chocolate souffle and then one of everything else (how I loved her ). We had a chocolate thing that was so rich, one bite was enough, tiramisu that was out of this world, home-made gelato in vanilla, pistachio, and chocolate, plus our chocolate souffles:
Thanks for all your wonderful compliments guys...I appreciate you looking at my pictures
I'm kind of stalling right now. I'm waiting for a CD of pictures from my excursion in Puerto Vallarta. So, I'll show a couple of night time pictures around the ship.
There's nothing more beautiful then the ship at night, when things aren't quite as hectic and noisy:
Animator's Palet Restaurant - when you first enter, all the animations, pictures, and screens are in black and white. After appetizers, some of the pictures start turning color, then, just before dessert, the waiters do a big parade around the room it turns into "living color". It's really a lot of fun, and was my favorite dining room.
Early in the evening when it's still in black and white:
After it turns into color:
Some of the pictures on the walls:
And of course, had to have pictures of my bad girls
There was also a dessert buffet on one of the last few nights, so thought I'd share a few of these simple cakes and desserts they had out
And of course, no dessert buffet is complete without a chocolate fountain. They had one with white chocolate and one with dark chocolate.
So there's a small sample of night time on the Disney Cruise besides for the shows.