Ok so We left off with Key West’s sunset, and I realized my post was getting a bit too long. Let’s pick up with dinner that night:
We saw captain Mickey in the lobby
Dinner was great, not sure why I didn’t take photos of the restaurant. But I do have dessert!
The next day was sea day. We hit up the sit down breakfast before heading to the pool. We relaed a better part of the morning, then decided to do sit down lunch. I wanted an ice cream mickey for dessert and the server asked if I wanted minnie or mickey, I said surprsie me. here is my “mini mouse” bar. Oh dear. The spelling.
That afternoon we hung out around the ship, watched movies, went to the gym, and relaxed. It was glorious. Dinner was semi formal, so we got all gussied up for the occasion.
We were in Animator’s Palate for the evening.
Dinner was great as usual, and we were tuckered out from all the sun so we headed to bed shortly after.
The next day was Nassau day. We have been here twice before, so we really had no desire to get off the ship. We woke up to this outside our balcony:
aaannddd this was on the other side of us:
Hello Disney Dream! This was our view from our pool chairs all morning! I was on the Dream last summer, so it was weird being on the Magic and looking over at her! After some relaxing at the pool we decided to go up a deck and get some shots of the Dream next to us in the port, and some higher up shots of Nassau..
Another relaxing day complete. When we left the port, we soon realized we were right alongside the Dream. This was Deja vu for me because this happened when I was on the Fantasy in March!
That night was pirate night, but I will save the photos for the next installment!
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QOTD: Wen you cruise do you always get off at every port?