Friday Favorites-5.19.23

Well, well, well, my Disney Cruise sailing week has officially come to an end. It’s been a really great week but I miss my people! I did figure something out this week though…I like big boats and I cannot lie. #hahaha #lame #momjokes. The new Disney Wish cruise ship is absolutely magical! I’ve been sharing my days on the ship right here on my blog. If you missed any, Day One, Day Two, Day Three. Instead of me sharing my favorites, today I’m going to be sharing my last day on the ship. Be sure to check out Andrea’s blog to see her FAVORITES from the week!

Here’s a peek at my last full day on the Disney Wish…

This pic of the treadmill screen looks so strange. There was a guy sitting on the deck outside in a chair and I was trying to not get him in the picture. Can you tell I was up early getting a work out in before I met up with some ladies for breakfast?

We happened to walk by The Royal Gathering where princesses meet with guests for pictures.

Then our group of forty had a private ship tour where we heard lots of fun details about all the extra special things on the ship.

We popped into the adult only area that houses Palo and Enchante, the adult-only dining options on board.

This light fixture was STUNNING!

I got a good look at the Hero Zone which is the area on the ship my boys would be hanging out if they were with me. Ping pong tables, cornhole, basketball, shuffleboard and more are held in this gym.

We got to tour several of the different categories of staterooms on the ship to compare different areas…some sleep five guests while others sleep four.

The day was absolutely gorgeous!

The staterooms have different Disney decor spread throughout the ship so that was fun to see as well.

This oceanview stateroom was nice and spacious. I got a little pool time in as well before…

I found a little Texas on board. ;). Just kidding but it kind of felt like that. The Cantina served tacos, bowls, and salads…this bowl was the best lunch I had all week. SO GOOD!

I went back to my stateroom and got some work finished before showering and getting ready for our last night on the ship.

I completely agree with some of you who’ve commented about how the shower looks like a real shower and not the typical cruise ship shower…I agree!

We had a private event happening in an area that was closed so that we could have a little recap of the trip. We followed it up with the Aladdin show and IT WAS MY FAVORITE! The Genie was hilarious!

Our last meal was in the Worlds of Marvel dining room. Paul Rudd popped in on these screens. {Ant-Man} and then…

Spiderman came marching into the room!

And as you’re reading this I’m currently on my way to the airport to fly back to my people! It was a great four days. I learned so very much and can’t wait to get back to talk to clients about everything I learned! If you’ve been thinking about a Disney Cruise or a Walt Disney World vacation {along with other destinations like Mexico, Hawaii, Europe, etc.}, please reach out to us! We’d love to help plan your magical vacation!

Have a great weekend!

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  1. 5.19.23
    Sheaffer said:

    What a fabulous trip! So happy you had such a great time!

  2. 5.19.23

    What a fun week! I loved following along!

  3. 5.19.23

    Eeeeeeks! What a week! Now hurry home 🙂 .

  4. 5.19.23
    Joanne said:

    That looks like a lovely ship! Off to check out your other posts about it.

  5. 5.21.23
    Anne said:

    Did your kids know where you went this week? Were they dying??

    • 5.22.23
      Erika Slaughter said:

      Hi Anne! Yes, they knew where I was. They weren’t so happy I was heading out without them, but we have a fun Disney trip planned later this year and they understood it was work.