How about the fact that the information is not displayed on a computer monitor, and instead they have 1970's style slide out numbers and letters? Not a single monitor in sight. Thank the good Lord they are knocking down this heck-hole of a terminal in 2010!
Of course after our flight landed, we went right the the port to board the Adventure of the Seas. Our cab driver would not shut up. It was kind of funny though to hear about the six pack he had in the refridge chilling and waiting for him to get home after he dropped us off.
One of the first things that happens on the cruise ship, right before you set sail is the Muster Drill. Which is surprisingly required by international law. So don your life jackets and find your muster station (ours was B13)... it is going to be a great trip.