Travel Blogs from Port Canaveral
I started the day off with a 2-mile walk on the Promenade deck. The walk
usually goes all the way around the ship and is only about 3.4 laps to a
mile, but today quite brisk winds forced closing of the bow and the walk
became a series of U's. It started out pretty overcast, but the rising
sun did manage to find a thin spot to come through.
CoCo Cay is originally Little Stirrup Cay, one of the ...
... west, and you can hear the ocean to our east at high tide. So we will be able to enjoy both sides I hope! This early morning Shylo and I walked down by the river to a small fishing pier and you can see all kinds of small fish, pelicans, all sorts of different birds and I even saw two dolphins swimming by...they were close enough I could hear them take their breaths as they came up out of the water. Very ...
We got our new suitcase, packed with all our winter gear, put into
storage. We had transport arranged to Port Canaveral and so we had a one hour
drive down to embarkation. Of course, Disney made everything easy - it took
about 30 minutes to check in, have a photo taken with Minnie and to board the
ship. It is enormous! Enormous! Our cabin, on deck ten, was very well located -
it was bigger than our room ...
Well, it's bittersweet. I waited well over a year to do this trip with my husband and son and now it's come and gone. I'll just have to plan another one- oh darn.
The three of us left on a late flight out of Seattle on the 22nd, arriving in Orlando the next morning. The only near-mishap on this trip was the connecting flight to Orlando-they double booked our seats and there were others sitting in our row. We had to wait on the plane in the very back ...
Well here we are on the last day of our cruise. it's been fun, but I'm ready to be home and sleep in my own bed that stays still. I had to run to the store on ship last night to get Dramamine. The seas have been a little rougher the last 2 days.
During the cruise we've had to make unscheduled stops twice due to severe medical emergencies. The first was the other day at St Thomas. We were out of port for about 30 minutes and had to return to disembark a passenger with ...