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Disney Dream lets adults ditch the kids, at night anyway
Called "The District", it is a section of the ship that caters to adults in the evening with a selection of lounges and nightclubs.
Skyline is an ever-changing cocktail bar that celebrates some of the world's most famous cities. Tall "windows" (actually huge LCD display screens) line a wall and show guests some of the world's most beautiful city skylines which change from day to day and transform from day to night as each day progresses.
Pink is a "chic cocktail bar" and is designed in French Art Nouveau featuring back-lit glass "bubbles" inset into the walls to create an effect of cascading Champagne.
Evolution is a trendy disco that plays contemporary hits and classic favorites. During the day, Evolution provides dance classes, bingo, and arts and crafts. At night, Evolution caters to adults only, offering dancing, games, karaoke and a full bar serving mixed drinks.
687 is the sports bar. During the day, 687 provides family games and activities in a comfortable, casual setting; after 9:00 p.m., the venue transforms into a place for adults seeking more grown-up activities and games to enjoy over a beer, wine or mixed drinks.
Adult-only time is also available all day at the Cove Pool, a multi-level pool of varying depths with the Cove Cafe close by. Signature dining venue Palo, a reservations only premium restaurant open for dinner, is also just for adults.
Ditched kids are not just left to wander the decks though. Youth programs ranging from in-cabin baby-sitting to engaging age-appropriate group care is also available.
Photos courtesy Disney Cruise Line