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    Hey everyone. In March we'll be taking our honeymoon on the 4 days WDC. One of the questions asked by our travel agent is whether or not we wanted to dine by ourselves or with another couple or family. We know we want to spend our visit at palo by ourselves, but what about the other restaurants? What was your experience?
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    Re: Dine alone as a couple or with another couple?

    Originally posted by kingdomhearts29 View Post
    Hey everyone. In March we'll be taking our honeymoon on the 4 days WDC. One of the questions asked by our travel agent is whether or not we wanted to dine by ourselves or with another couple or family. We know we want to spend our visit at palo by ourselves, but what about the other restaurants? What was your experience?
    We have had shared our table on two cruises. Both times they were very nice and we enjoyed the conversation. On other cruises, we have had a party large enough to have our own table. That said, please know upfront that regardless of what your travel agent is asking, if you are traveling as a couple (only two people) you will be seated with another couple or at a larger table.

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      Re: Dine alone as a couple or with another couple?

      We were seated with two other adult couples on our honeymoon. We loved it.
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        Vic and I have never sailed aboard the Disney Wonder, but we've done a couple of cruises. Our preferrence is dine alone. Recently we cruised the Caribbean and were assigned a table for two. The dining room configuration was "bistro" seating and another table for two was located about 6 inches from ours! We spotted an unihabited table that was seperated from the pack and were going to ask to be relocated. Fortunately, the people at the table next to us were wonderful and we became great friends. So, we stayed put.

        So... it's a crapshoot. If you're outgoing and love people, a big table can be fun. If you're private, then a private table might be more to your liking.
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          Sitting with and making friends with the other people who sat at our table was one of the highlights of our cruise. We even planned other activities to do with them we got along so well.
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            Re: Dine alone as a couple or with another couple?

            I've done both - and I actually lucked out with our "group" table, the people we sat with were great and we had so much fun!
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              Re: Dine alone as a couple or with another couple?

              I say meet new people its always fun

              Happy honeymoon Good luck
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