Bound For Barcelona – Sea Day 2

Sea Days, ah so relaxing.  There is so much to do on the ship, but sometimes we just don’t want to do anything but sit around!

Sitting on the deck and just enjoying the sun and the salt air is really nice.  Seeing nothing but water all around you certainly makes you feel small!

Amber spent some time in Ocean Quest today exploring the games and just chillin’ with the other kids and the Youth Activities team.  Those young people that spend all day in the kids clubs are so patient and kind, they make sure all the kids are having fun.  I don’t think I’d have the patience to work with all those kids of different personalities day in and day out, 7 days a week!

We took in Up in 3-D today too.  We never saw it last year while it was in the theater, and it’s one of the few Pixar DVDs we actually don’t own (I’m not sure why we didn’t buy it!?).  Don’t Amber and I look stylish with our 3-D glasess? LOL!

Disney Cruise Line is likely the only one where they’ll let The Beast in to have dinner with you in the dining room.  If you’re a little scared, they’ll cheer you up by putting a cute little Mickey Mouse chocolate in your ice cream sundae.

  

The evening show tonight featured the magic and illusion of Jason Bishop.  His illusions were fantastic, and I’m still shaking my head trying to figure out how he did some of them!

2 thoughts on “Bound For Barcelona – Sea Day 2

  1. This looks AMAZING!! We are going on our first Cruise in October – it is my first ever Seminar at Sea where I will be the guest speaker and hosting a full seminar on our Sea Days! I absolutely can not WAIT!! I’m loving reading all about cruising too, because we hope to get married on a cruise next year – so we are going to take as many as we can in the next 18 months to decide which one to get married on! HA!

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