A few photos from the cruise. The Disney Dream is a very large ship with roughly 4,000 passengers and 1,500 crew. That said, we never really felt crowded on board the ship with the possible exception of the pool deck. That area was always quite busy.
Our home for the week was stateroom 10626. Deck 10 towards the aft and roughly 130 feet above the waterline.
The stateroom offered 300 square feet including the verandah. The design of the room was such that it seemed very open despite a relatively small footprint. Our stateroom could easily sleep five people. It was a great space for the three of us to share.
The common areas of the ship were all outstanding. The main entry is the first introduction to the Disney Dream. All of the onboard facilities, from the shops and restaurants to the gangways and lounges, were well designed and well appointed.
And, of course, Mickey related symbols reigned supreme on the vessel.