Luckily the waves calm down during the night. On our last evening at sea se enjoy dinner in the Garden Room and show then spend some time at our favorite lounge saying good-by to friends we have made aboard. At one point Anne and a group seven ladies are performing a line dance to Proud Mary at the encouragement of the singer and pianist.
Our arrival in Port Canaveral is a few days after the Paris attacks. I'm not sure if that is a contributing factor, but it takes well over two hours to go through Customs. Very frustrating. As a result we miss our shuttle bus to Orlando. After a few phone calls to the shuttle company it's determined that they are willing to send a van to get us, but it will take two hours to get to the Port, then another 90 minutes to get us to the airport. That's way too close to when our flight leaves. William walks through the Port and finds another service loading up passengers. $50 and 20 minutes later we are in a shuttle on our way. Two of the couples also in the shuttle are people we have dined with during the trip. Considering the size of the ship and the various timings of the morning this is quite a coincidence.