You can play "who sees the ship first" game just like you do for the castle at the parks.
In the center of the terminal is a model of the Disney ship, with one side cutaway so you can see the inside. It is here where we met our first celebrity, Captain Mickey Mouse.
th and early 20th centuries, which depicted flowers, leaves, nature with flowing curved lines.
Some details are more noticeable from the upper part of the lobby. This is the carpet in a small alcove above the Minnie statue.
Even the details outside the elevators allude to the theme
Each of the four Disney ships has a unique character statue that graces the Atrium. On the Fantasy it is Mademoiselle Minnie Mouse decked out in her finest dress trimmed in peacock feathers as if she just arrived onboard complete with her parasol and suitcase.
Siriann and Laura headed to Deck 11 for the buffet at Cabanas, while Teresa headed to Enchanted Garden. Cabanas is very similar to the restaurant of the same name on the Dream; a vast buffet on the day of arrival. There was a variety of options for everyone, including low carb, low fat, no sugar added, veggies, and meats. Some of the items sampled were grilled swordfish, grilled lamp chops, mushroom pasta, pasta with marinara sauce, cooked carrots and snow peas, chilled shrimp, chilled crab claws, steamed oysters, macaroni & cheese, assorted rolls, assorted soups and salad fixings, pizza, etc. Cabanas is a great place when you want to try a little of everything! The food quality is always good and you can find something for everyone here!
In addition to grabbing some lunch we wanted to grab some spa time and a reservation for either Remy or Palo. Teresa was able to get a brunch reservation for our group at Palo while Siriann and Laura secured the Rainforest Treatment for the group. Then it was off to see the room for a bit and get ready for the required Life Boat Drill.
The lifeboat drills on the Disney ships no longer require wearing the bulky life vests--Hurrah!
To be continued with many more pictures!