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  1. Does anyone have the price list of the bibbidy bobbidty experience on 4 day Dream? TIA!
  2. My wife typically does the reviews but I decided to take over the review for this cruise. We are a family of three traveling with two families of four. This is our first Disney Cruise. We have been on 10 other cruises (NCL, Royal Caribbean, and Carnival). We have liked the other cruise lines with NCL being our favorite for a variety of reasons including: My time dining, The Haven, and other “freestyle cruising” options. We are curious to see how Disney compares. When we left our home in North Central WV it was 18 degrees, needles to say we were excited to get to Orlando to enjoy some warmer weather. Prior to the cruise we stayed at the Four Seasons Resort on the Disney property. We enjoyed the resort. The service was excellent and the pool area was one of the best I have seen at any hotel property. This morning, the 11 of us loaded up in a large van at the hotel and were dropped off at the cruise terminal after about an hour ride. The cruise terminal was not busy this morning. At the time only The Dream and one other ship were in port. Soon after we got here the NCL Gem docked next to us. It was a prettey efficient drop off process, the porters quickly took our bags and we were off to the line to go through the metal detectors. This line was pretty long, however, a cruise line employee came up to our group and said, “how would you like to go to a shorter line?” I was worried it would be some type of trick, but she was right. There was no line on the other side of the building. We quickly went through the metal detectors and then we on to get our ship cards. As soon as we got our ship cards it was time for us to board. It was a quick and easy boarding process. The exact opposite of what we experienced going out of NYC on the escape earlier this year. There is a cool ship model in the terminal where you can get a picture with Mickey. We elected to skip this so we could go ahead and get on the ship. Overall Check-in experience on a scale of 1-10: I would give it a 9. It was quick, efficient, the employees were friendly, and the large ship model was really cool.
  3. Hi, We will be on a 3 night Dream cruise, family of five. We have a 5 year old daughter and twins that will be 13 months at the time of sailing. We have a deluxe family oceanview cabin with verandah, which sleeps 5. Disney says they can provide 1 pack and play. I'd like 2, one for each twin, but I'm not sure if 2 will fit in the room (we can bring the additional one). Has anyone fit 2 PNPs before? Or have a cabin floor plan with dimensions? I'd hate to lug it if it doesn't fit. I guess our other options are bed rails or co-sleeping with one of the twins. Thanks for any insight!
  4. Looking forward to our first Disney cruise on Dream. What are the chances that Thumper will be onboard? thanks, Marc
  5. Is there a deck plan somewhere that shows the bedding configuration for each room. We are in 5166 and my granddaughter is excited about the upper hearth and now I’m being told it might not have one. Any way to find this out.
  6. We will be doing a 4 days on the Dream Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Cruise in Sept. I've looked high and low and can't find what nights they do the costume/pirate night and the dress up nights. Does anyone have an idea? We have done 3 other Disney cruises with Disney with other grand kids, but things seem to have changed. so HELPPPPP please😍
  7. I am feeling bad since I have a terrible conscious! In 2014 and 2015 I went within three months before and after Christmas on DISNEY DREAM. And I need four years to complete the English translation of my blog. In German, I shared my experience already right after my sailings, but it took a while to have it now available for my international friends. Sorry. The Disney experience was a different one so far compared to the other major cruise lines. Believing again in Santa Claus and trusting again to your strengths were parts you are taking home from this cruise. It was outstanding and thanks to all our friends like Thomas, Bertram, Constantin, Marven, Shirlon and many many others who made these two cruises so special. And all my international friends should know that it is worth to spend the extra money, a Disney Cruise costs. You get much more than only a cruise. I came with my parents and even they were already in the late 70s it was great to see how the flourish on this cruise and giving them the feeling to be young again. Maybe it was because Disney is not a cruise company but an entertainment company which runs some cruise ships accidentally. I have never seen better shows before on any other cruise ships. I have never been infected by the sound of music of a group like Enharmoniq who did 2 years-old dancing with 80 years-old together and having fun. Thanks to Carlos, Aileen, and Jenna for delivering so much joy. In the next postings, you find the links to daily chapters of my blog. Thanks again to everybody on board for providing such a high performance. The 2014 voyage before Christmas Day 0 = enroute from QUANTUM OF THE SEAS (Maiden Voyage Southampton, England - Bayonne, NJ) = pre-cruise to Port Canaveral, FL https://heinbloed-minis.blogspot.com/2014/11/tagday-0-vor-derbefore-disney-dream-in.html Day 1 in Port Canaveral, FL (Day of Embarkation) https://heinbloed-minis.blogspot.com/2014/11/tagday-1-auf-deron-disney-dream-in-port.html Day 2 in Nassau, Bahamas https://heinbloed-minis.blogspot.com/2014/11/tagday-2-auf-deron-disney-dream-in.html Day 3 in Castaway Cay, Bahamas https://heinbloed-minis.blogspot.com/2014/11/tagday-3-auf-deron-disney-dream-on.html Day 4 in Port Canaveral, FL and heading for QUEEN MARY 2 out of New York, NY for going back to Europe https://heinbloed-minis.blogspot.com/2014/11/tagday-4-auf-deron-disney-dream-in-port.html In two months after New Year, I will be back again on DISNEY DREAM.
  8. Mom and I are cruising in January. She requires a HC cabin. I have booked a 3 day then a 4 day. I was able to get the same room for both sailings. I’m assuming we will be able to leave our stuff in the cabin. Question- will we have to disembark and go through the check in process again? Thanks in advance. Been a few years since we sailed Disney.
  9. We just did the 3 day Halloween on the High Seas Cruise. Short and sweet. It was a great cruise and very fun for our child. I do have a couple of logistics issues to address with DCL but not complaints. 1. Please have the Halloween party and trick or treating on deck 3. Its so hot outside at 4:30pm people in costumes are roasting on the pool deck. Maybe utilize the D Lounge for the party or the main theater? Or better yet have the Halloween party at 10 pm on Saturday night and move Pirate night to Sunday. Dont schedule both for the same night. Over all the food was good. Animators Palate is still the weak link of the 3 with terrible food choices and quality. We took a suggestion on this board to go to Cabanas that night and it was much better. 3rd night we did Palo and it was amazing as usual. The staff was very good and friendly and entertainment was the usual Disney shows. Ship and staterooms were clean as expected. There were the typical obnoxious few drunks on the ship but they were easily avoided. We had a great time but will probably not return on Halloween Cruises in the future unless they make some changes as I mentioned. above.
  10. I'm getting ready to reschedule our spring break trip for 2020, and we have two options that could work. There is the 4 night Disney Dream cruise out of Port Canaveral. We can pad it out with a couple days before and after at the parks. That was what we had originally planned before we had to scuttle our spring break 2019 plans. The 5 night Disney Magic cruise out of Miami caught my eye when it was announced. It too would fit our schedule, and Cozumel sounds much more interesting than Nassau, plus we'd get two sea days. The down side is an extra two hours to drive to the parks from Miami after the cruise, and only having three days at the parks afterwards. This is our first cruise, so I don't know whether the boat should make a difference or not. I suspect that it'll be easier to get Palo brunch reservations with 2 sea days on the Magic, though. We have 2 kids that will be 13 and 10 (almost 11). Thoughts?
  11. Looking at booking our first Disney cruise in 2020! I've only ever cruised Carnival, but wanted our daughter to have the Disney experience at least once! She will be 5 (almost 6) when we take this cruise. We are looking at 3 or 4 day cruises on the Dream out of Port Canaveral as we plan on also spending a few days at the parks in Orlando. We typically book balcony cruises on Carnival. So far what I see of the pricing is that on Disney the difference between booking interior or verandah is only a few hundred dollars total. One of the cruises I am looking at the all in price for the three of us is $2963 for Interior vs. $3209 for a verandah. That makes it a no brainer in my opinion...we definitely want the verandah! Any specific locations on the ship we should avoid? I'm perusing over the deck plans now, but any guidance you all have would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
  12. Hi - my experience with RCL and Princess is that the formal night on 3-day cruises is not as formal as on longer cruises, meaning I felt comfortable wearing a cocktail dress or dressy pantsuit instead of a more formal long gown. Will this hold true on the Dream?
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