In our last installment, we were taking a look at the details to be found on the exterior of the Cruise Terminal:
The details continue inside the terminal building itself, so let's go in and take a look. Here's the main room of the terminal building:
After a brief pause to take it all in, we start by looking up. Notice all the "wave" motifs present in the ceiling? Let's also take a look at the base of each of the columns, where the "rope" at the bottom of each column evokes images of pilings at a pier:
Oh, and did I mention it was the holiday season?
Now that we've finished "looking up", let's not forget to LOOK DOWN also. In this case the floor is an amazing scale map of Florida and the Bahamas:
In the middle of the room is a model of the Disney Magic -- and it's a cutaway!
If we step out onto the back deck, we can see the Magic herself:
But what we're all waiting for is for these doors to open ...
... and for our boarding group to be called:
Next time - Setting Sail!
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