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Old 12-01-2010, 07:46 PM
MCPayne MCPayne is offline
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I haven't been on Disney, but seeing as how it is a Disney cruise, I would think there would be plenty for your 7 year old to do without getting bored.

As is the case with BINGO on Royal Caribbean, if a kid wins at BINGO, then an adult must claim the prize, as bingo is still legally a form of gambling.

As I said, I haven't been on Disney, and don't have kids, so I probably can't be much help. I did however, go to Nassau a few years ago. If you like sightseeing, get a cab and go over to the Atlantis Resort. I think it's about a $4.00 cab fare one way if memory serves me correctly. Maybe someone that has been there recently can give an update on the fare.

Not knowing how Disney operates, I can't give you an estimate on how much to pay for things onboard. I know Royal Caribbean uses a cashless system, but don't know if Disney operates the same way.
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