Sailed out of Galveston without delay. The cruise port was easy to get to and parking at EZcruise across from the cruise terminal was a breeze. They are courteous, professional, and will leave you laughing. Also, the lot is surrounded by a barbed wire fence so you know that your car in all likelihood is in a very safe place. A great way to start your cruise. :)
My wife wasn't feeling well and so I was destined to spend the first few days exploring the ship mostly on my own. The nice thing about that is that the bedsheets in our stateroom were some of the comfiest sheets we'd ever slept in. It honestly made me want to spend a lot of time in bed and sleeping in was very easy to do. So at least if she wasn't feeling well, she wasn't feeling well in a king size bed with luxurious sheets.
I was on the Navigator of the Seas last year and so I was able to see the differences of the dry dock upgrades. The main noticeable differences were the Flowrider (which I took major issue with and will mention shortly) and the new restaurants. Also, we had a beautiful TV in our interior stateroom. Last year we also had an interior stateroom and there was just a small tube tv in it, which was fine, but the new TV was a Samsung HD tv and it was somewhere about 26-32 inches I would imagine. Great picture and it swung out very conveniently for watching in bed.