Ready to head back out to sea? The long awaited (ok, it’s only been a week) conclusion of our photo tour of the Disney Dream! Check out part one here!
The Meridian is located between Palo and Remy (hence the name) and offers a nice spot for a drink or a cigar (at the cigar bar just outside) before or after dining at either of the Dream’s fantastic restaurants.
Palo, offering Italian cuisine, and Remy, featuring French, offer adults only dining while on board. Reservations must be made to dine at these locations and do require an additional charge.
Animator’s Palate is part of the regular dining rotation on the Dream and offers a unique Disney dining experience!
The District, another adults’ only area of the Dream, is the home to several clubs and lounges perfect for after dinner.
Before I post this next group of pictures, I have to say that kid cruisers have it made!! I had so much fun exploring the Oceaneer Lab and Club, that I was really bummed when it was time to move on.
The little ones aren’t left out! The adorable Small World Nursery is just down the hall.
Vibe hosts the teens on board catering to those 14-17. Cast members are present in all areas to keep an eye on things but still let them feel like they’re independent.
More around the ship…
Our last stop was lunch at Cabanas, a huge buffet with lots of options that are sure to please everyone!
And that was our morning on the Dream! Like I said, I am super pumped about the ship and Disney Cruise Line, so if you want to talk cruises, shoot me a comment or an email!