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Old September 11th, 2012, 08:44 PM's Avatar is offline
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Yep, one thing about Disney, whether it be for their cruises or their theme parks, they are very stringent about the pricing. And if they offer a special, it's available to everyone, but they do not allow agencies to do their own specials, which is a good thing for the public.

Having been on Disney, I can say they have an absolutely wonderful product, but there are two things I just don't like; first, they charge alot more for their product than others. But they have a unique product, so they can charge what they want and get it. The second thing I'm not crazy about is their food. It's not bad, but it does not match other cruise lines who charge less. You would expect much better food for the price they charge. Their specialty restaurants are good, but otherwise, just not as good as others.

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