Posts Tagged ‘ Disney Cruise Line ’

Animals at Sea

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August 30, 2015
Cobra - I think I've shown this one before, but the candy eyes always crack me up.  Stateroom attendants will also regularly use sunglasses, hats or other small items you leave lying about.

Of all of the little special touches I enjoy when cruising one of the things I like the most are the towel animals that are so thoughtfully created for you by your stateroom attendant each night. I know it probably seems silly to some, but I look forward each night to seeing what new...
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Add Some Extra Magic to Your Disney Cruise With a Fish Extender Gift Exchange

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August 10, 2015
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As if there is not enough excitement on-board a Disney cruise, you can add even MORE magic to your vacation by participating in a fish extender gift exchange. What is a fish extender? Outside every cabin, there is a fish or seahorse located to the right or left of the door. Cast Members use...
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Disney Dining Details on the Disney Dream

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August 4, 2015
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Disney Dining Details on the Disney Dream – Part Two Let’s explore 14 details you may not know about the Disney Dream Cruise ship.  Join Joan and I as we wander around the Disney Dream and discover some of the hidden magic and details at Palo and Remy. Service is impeccable and food quality...
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Tips for Cruise Packing

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August 2, 2015
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Packing is always my signal that my vacation is coming soon (usually the next day since I’m a last minute packer). I always end up packing too much and I try squeezing everything into one suitcase because I prefer to not check a bag. But I’ve learned a few things after several cruises. To...
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Panama Canal Dining & Entertainment

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July 27, 2015
I trio of desserts.  Disney combines desserts into trios almost every night.  Passion fruit cheesecake, a chocolate brownie cake and in the middle a repeat of the amazing apple cobbler.

One of the things I enjoyed the most about our Panama Canal cruise with the expansion of the normal dining and entertainment venues. After all on a 14 night voyage you have twice as much time to experience all the options as when you travel for just a week, or (GASP!) less than a...
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First Time Family Cruising on the Disney Dream

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July 27, 2015
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Last month we took our very first Disney cruise. The trip was to celebrate my mom’s 60th birthday. Although my husband and I have cruised before (sans children), my parents and kids have not, so I wasn’t really sure what to expect. So, after sailing for 4 days and 3 nights, I am excited...
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Decorating Your Cabin Door!

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July 6, 2015
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Last summer I went on my first Disney cruise, and I was hooked! Before going a friend clued me in to the fun of decorating our cabin door. She gave me a Pirate Mickey magnet. When we boarded, and I started seeing how all the doors were decorated. I was very thankful to my...
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July 2015 Review on DCL Breakfast Dining

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July 6, 2015
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Hello everyone! With just returning last month from our Disney Wonder Alaska Cruise aka Lou’s Alaska Cruise, I thought I would talk about the Disney Cruise Line dining we enjoyed.  With my husband Keith having allergies to many foods, I have to work with my Mouse Fan Travel agent before the cruise which she...
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Disney Details on the Disney Dream

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July 3, 2015
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Disney Details on the Disney Dream – Part One Let’s explore fifteen things you did not know about the Disney Dream Cruise ship. Join Joan and I as we wander around the Disney Dream and discover some of the hidden magic and details on the ship. Disney Dream is 40% larger than the two...
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A Disney Wonder Through Tracy Arm

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June 25, 2015
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Two of the many places I had on my bucket list to visit was Vancouver and Alaska. I finally made it to both having just returned from the incredibly great Lou Mongello WDW Radio Cruise to Alaska. It also afforded me the opportunity to see one of the most breath taking places I have...
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