Our second night at Animator’s Palate delivered a brand new menu, as well as a few surprises! I’m re-posting a couple of the interior shots of the restaurant for those that may have missed the first post. If you want to read about our first night here, then click right here! We sat down at… read more »
Yesterday we woke to grey skies and rain, but there wasn’t much that could dampen our spirits, because we had plans to meet up with Kara & Remington for our second time at Knoxville’s International Biscuit Festival! BiscuitFest occurs alongside the regular Market Square Farmer’s Market, and biscuit festivities extend down into the Market St.… read more »
Our first morning on the ship, we awoke to find our little room rockin’ and a rollin’. A quick peek outside told us everything that we needed to know. The sky was dark with clouds, there were a few sprays of water on our window, and the water was extremely choppy. It was a sea… read more »
Our first rotational dinner was scheduled for Animator’s Palate. This restaurant is found in all of the Disney ships, but the decor on the Dream and Fantasy versions are much different than the Magic and the Wonder. Click here to view this restaurant on our Magic cruise last year! From the paint palate shapes on… read more »
Soon after getting on the ship, our lil’ group decided it was time for some lunch! There are usually a few places open for lunch on Embarkation Day, and the hours are listed in the Navigator (newsletter/calendar thing that you get each morning that tells you everything going on that day). We headed down to… read more »
Our last evening in Washington DC, we realized that we had no idea what to eat for dinner. After some chit chat, we realized that we both had a craving for Thai food. A few Google searches later and we had decided on Thai Tanic, a little place in the nearby neighborhood of Logan Circle.… read more »
After returning from a Liverpool FC game in Baltimore (more on that later) we stopped at our hotel to shower and then headed out to dinner at Old Ebbitt Grill. Literally around the corner from the White House, this is a popular restaurant for locals and tourists alike. The building and entrance is gorgeous!