Three nights isn't very long, but I'm still really excited for my upcoming cruise on the Dream. The Dream hasn't had any major renovations since I was last on it (two years ago), but I didn't do some key things.
Last time on the Dream, I didn't get anything from Vanellope's. Vanellope's is a specialty dessert shop, that's so special the food costs money. Two years ago, I remember going into the shop to look around, and it smelled amazing. This time, I'm going to get something there, and I know my dad will want to go with me. Vanellope's is themed after Wreck-It Ralph, which is set in an arcade. It's kind of funny how Vanellope's is where the Dream's Arr-Cade used to be. Disney probably realized they could make more money from a restaurant themed after a fake arcade game than from an actual arcade.
This cruise will be the first time I'll be able to go to Vibe, the teen club. I'm really excited for this, because the Dream's Vibe is huge. Since it's in the very front of the ship, it has a sundeck with a few small pools and chairs. It also has a giant TV screen, foosball tables, ping pong tables, and unusually large cushions. Hopefully three days is enough time to do everything Vibe has to offer.
On the last time on the Dream, I never went to the Oceaneer Club, but I really should've. The Dream's Oceaneer Club has the Millennium Falcon, and as a big Star Wars fan, I don't know why I didn't go last time. I guess the Force wasn't with me back then. I'll be sure to take pictures of it!
I'm also excited for Goofy Golf! Even though I've played it a lot before, it's always fun to play mini golf on a cruise. The wind might mess up my putts, but that just adds to the challenge.
Finally, I want to ride the AquaDuck again. I've missed it from cruising on the Wonder twice. Since my family has the late dinner seating, I'll be able to ride it during the early seating, when there's significantly less people around. From experience, this is the best time to go. Occasionally, I've had a raft waiting for me by the time I made it up the seventy stairs (yes I've counted). Let's just hope that nobody gets stuck and holds the line up for an hour.
What do you like about the Dream? Do you have any suggestions for what I should do? If so, feel free to leave a comment!