But one of my favorite Disney Resorts cannot be found within the borders of Disney Property, and in fact most of the time cannot be pinned to any specific location for more than a few hours at a time.
The ships of the Disney Cruise Line bring the notion of an immersive experience to entirely new level, and are a treasure trove of details for any Disney Geek.
I'll share some of those details over the next series of posts, based on the time I spent on the Disney Magic on a seven-day cruise.
Here's the first glimpse of the ship that we saw as we approached Port Canaveral:
But before we board the ship, let's take a look at the Cruise Terminal:
Even before we get inside we see all sorts of eye candy. Notice the hands on the clock?
And check out the details above the windows:
There exterior makes use of classical decorative Mickeys, and also includes details of a more nautical nature, such as this braided rope line:
The window above sports the snazzy Disney Cruise Line logo, which is also visible on the back of the building:
Next stop, we'll take a peek inside the terminal building before setting sail.