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  • Disney cruise first timer

    My husband and I are going on our first cruise EVER in may 2006, we booked the 4 nights on land 3 nights at sea combo, and added a couple extra days in the parks.
    We have visited Disney CA about 5 times, and Disneyland Paris as well, so I think I know what to do and not do at the parks.

    But as a cruise virgin, any hints and help would be great.

    So please, just spill any good advice you have.
    You say Im a bitch like its a bad thing.

    London BABY!!

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    Re: Disney cruise first timer

    Originally posted by winniepooh
    My husband and I are going on our first cruise EVER in may 2006, we booked the 4 nights on land 3 nights at sea combo, and added a couple extra days in the parks.
    We have visited Disney CA about 5 times, and Disneyland Paris as well, so I think I know what to do and not do at the parks.

    But as a cruise virgin, any hints and help would be great.

    So please, just spill any good advice you have.
    for good cruise info I would check out
    http://cruisecritic.com
    this place has everything you will need, message boards for every cruise line. and everyport, but be warned you could end up spending as much time on the Cruiseing message boards as the Disney boards. But that is a good thing.

    just plan on having a great time, its a real blast

    Bob
    THIS SPACE FOR SALE OR LEASE





    PRESIDENT OF THE DISNEYLAND LOOP LOVERS ASSOCIATION

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      Re: Disney cruise first timer

      My Advice:
      Be hungry! Dont eat while you are at WDW. I know its sounds crazy, but youll save tons of money, then when you get on the boat you can eat anything anytime for FREE!!!!! This way you can spen your time in WDW exploring the many facets that make the resort special. I know some people are into Disney Parks for there unique dining selections & locations so i suppose you can go for the big night out or that special dining occassion but Im telling you youll want to save it for the cruise! Im glad I did!
      "There's no off position on the genius switch"

      Twitter: @WRDinc | Instagram: @WRDinc

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        Re: Disney cruise first timer

        PS. click on the link in my signature for pics of my WDW/Cruise vacation!
        Theres a ton of pics so give it a min for all of them to load... ENJOY!
        "There's no off position on the genius switch"

        Twitter: @WRDinc | Instagram: @WRDinc

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          Re: Disney cruise first timer

          Becareful of the loacals in the Bahamas, some of them will try to con you out of your money our won't perform the actions they promised. Also they offer a soda cup for like 5 dollars on the cruise ship, its totally worth it, because they will charge you for soda everytime you get it, unelss you have the cup.
          Great Odin's raven!

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