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Jen Rafferty

Age: 41


Number of Cruises: 1

Cruise Line: Disney

Ship: Disney Magic

Sailing Date: 2012-01-14

Itinerary: Eastern carribean

This was our first cruise and were very excited to have a Disney experience. The entertainment, meaning shows were awesome. The kids loved it. The cabin was very spacious, with split bathroom. Which was really nice. The food was extremely disappointing. The pools really over crowded and small. All in all, not worth the money!

The food was bad. First of all assigned dinner took forever! The food was always just lukewarm and tasteless. We ended up skipping the sit down meals half the time and going to the buffet because it just took to long and wasn't worth the wait. You think with Disney they would take into consideration little kids and try and get everything out quick. But not the case. Buffet had limited hours. Room service had limited menu and the quick deck places to eat was hot dogs, hamburgers, crappy pizza, panini that were cold in the middle and undercooked. I really can't stress enough how disappointing the food was.

Stateroom was great. Really spacious room. Bed was really comfortable. Had a mini fridge. Split bathroom. And lots of closet space. Room attendant was awesome. Twice a day service was unbeatable.

Pools were way too small to accomadate all those kids. It was disappointing too. They had foosball, ping ping and basketball which was fun. The kids liked the kids club. But a lot of stuff started really late. The pirate party started at 9:45 pm. The shows start at 6:15 and 8 pm. All the entertainment started too late.

In a nutshell, food was bad, entertainment great, cabin was great. All in all I wouldnt do it again. It isn't worth the cost. I would pick,a different cruise line that has a really good kids club.

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