I need some serious advice!!,
After reading the message boards and finding out there are no more EE policy and likewise, anyone can get in early, even though you are not staying on the park, it is now become, do I need to say more? This will be my 3rd visit to WDW, the first for my wife and 2 children, 4 and 7yrs old. I am leaning to the 7 night cruise, only because there are more postive feedback from the message boards than the negative ones at WDW. We were planning on staying at The Swan or the Dolphin for 6 nights. Help!!! Will my children love the activities on the ship? We are a close knit family and are wary of our children being out of our sight,
or am I just being to pesssimistic in this day and age. Just want the children and ourselves to have a great time and not feel that we were fleeced for what we paid for? Thank you
the disney cruises are realy safe and your kids will have a great time . there are two kid programs . they are the ocener lab and the oceaner something or other (i forgot) but the age ranges are 3 to 7or8 and 9 to 12 if that helps you any.
We have been to WDW innumerable times and have sailed their ships 17 (soon to be 18) times. In Sept. we combined a Wonder cruise with a WDW trip, and we were so dissapointed in WDW. Even prior to 9/11, the cost cutting measures were apparent. A lot of the magic is gone for me...fortunately, there is still plenty of Disney magic on the ships. Next Sept., instead of a cruise and then a week at WDW, we are doing the cruise, WDW for 4 days, and then back on the ship.
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