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ajcolorado

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  1. I've only ever cruised on Royal Caribbean before and we drove ourselves to the pier so cruising with Disney is new to me. We're staying at the WDW Wilderness Lodge and then going on a Disney cruise but this is not a Land/Sea package - it is two separate reservations. We booked ground transfers through Disney cruise line. Will we have to handle our luggage at the pier or is it out of our hands when the it goes on the Disney Cruise line bus at the Wilderness Lodge? Do we need to tip anyone in this process? If so, who and when? I would appreciate hearing exactly how this process works from someone who has done it. Thank you so much.
  2. We booked a Royal Swim in Cozumel through www.dolphindiscovery.com - actually, it was already full by the time I went to site so I called and they fit us in. It was something like $139 + park entrance + cab so it was actually more than the ship excursion but they do SO much more than the standard "Dolphin Encounter". We watched both and have no regrets that we went with the more expensive encounter. We got to do the foot push and the belly swim. It was amazing. Go to www.cozumelinsider.com for a printable coupon worth $2 off Chankanaab Park entrance, per person. We used it in March and it worked. We had a group of nine so we needed two coupons but we saved a total of $18. On another cruise with Royal Caribbean, we did our own trip from St. Thomas to Trunks Bay on St. John. It was super easy and we had a great time. We saved about $12 or $16 per person.
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