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Secrets and Surprises inside Disney Dream


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  • Secrets and Surprises inside Disney Dream

    Found and interesting article in my local paper, thought I would share it here.

    Secrets and surprises inside Disney Dream

    For the first time, we got our cameras inside Disney Cruise Line's newest and biggest ship -- the Disney Dream.

    The Dream sailed from Germany to Port Canaveral. It arrived early Tuesday morning, allowing us to get on board and shoot video of a handful of selected attractions.

    First off, you can't think about a cruise without thinking about the food. Disney cast members took us into the Royal Palace. The restaurant's theme is all about the Disney prince and princesses.

    Familiar yet subtle images tell those stories all around us. From the Beast's face on a mirror, to a single rose holding back a curtain, images from Beauty and the Beast are intertwined with others from Sleeping Beauty and Snow White.

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