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Old 06-11-2010, 01:58 PM
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I don't think Disney has ever done this before - offer free kids fare. Read more HERE
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Thanks Dave; I actually think I'm going to take advantage of this. Somehow I never really saw myself on a Disney Cruise, but the youngest Grandson is four now and I think this would be a perfect getaway for Vita and me and Jon, Melinda and Jasper.

Anyone considering this offer, don't wait too long: some catagories on some sailings are already gone.
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Old 06-13-2010, 07:50 PM
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Again, thank you Dave; I booked two oceanviews for the five of us to the Mexican Riviera (where else) in February. This will be a whole new experience.
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The L.A. dilemma - where to cruise to. "Let's see, do I want to go to the Mexican Riviera, or should we try the Mexican Riveria?"

There are lots of adult things to do in Disney, should you need a break.
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Old 06-14-2010, 12:27 PM
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The more I look into it the more I like it; especially the three pool concept: one for kids, one for families and one for adults; and I see an "adults only" dining option too. The four adults can split up the "Jasper duty" so everybody will get a nice break.
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Looks like a great cruise. I would be tempted if we weren't doing a land vacation this year. Have a great time!

Yea I wish they could come up with some "different cruise package" for the west coast. The same 3 port, no matter what brand you take.
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I know what you mean, Gary; the only way to get any veriety is to go to 8 or 10 days. I don't much care for Acapulco, although sailing into or out of the bay is one of the great cruise experiences. And Zihuatanejo and Manzanillo are very nice; and up in the Sea of Cortez, La Paz and Guaymas make a nice change.
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Agreed. Acapulco is not the best. Other ports are good. I also enjoy the extra sea day. HAL has a cruise they do now and then in the Sea of Cortez. It is a 10 day, but so far our time off has not match the time it is offered.
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Old 06-28-2010, 12:31 PM
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Dave, thank you again for that timely tip; those cruises are now sold out except for one 10-day in April. I booked two days after you posted and got the last two oceanviews together on the 2/27 sailing. Thanks again!
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Disney did have this same offer last year except it was in the Caribbean. They sell out very quickly. Anytime you see Disney discount anything you better grab it fast.

F-Mattox. I've been on Disney three times. The adult pool is a nice area with a bar. My first time on Disney I didn't realize we were so close by the horn. One loud blast and then it goes into "When you wish upon a star." Very unique. The adult restaurant does have a nominal surcharge. The whole rotating dining rooms plan is fun though.
 
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