Confession time. We have been on 3 cruises with Disney prior to our most recent and we had never booked an excursion. I always had some excuse but the truth is I was nervous. The whole process of getting off the ship and trying to get to a destination gave me anxiety. But I decided it was time to conquer my nerves and give one a try. And I am so glad I did! The Discover Mexico Park and Tequila Experience was so much fun. Here’s a little about the accessibility we encountered, our experience, and what you should expect.
Looking for Halloween fun outside of the Disney Parks? We had a great time and were so excited that we got to experience Halloween on the High Seas. We didn’t attend every event (there is never enough time!) but loved the ones that we did get to see.
Welcome to this month’s Blogorail Red Loop. Today we are sharing where you can have a date night and find romance at Disney
When we decided to go on a Disney Cruise for our 10th wedding anniversary a lot of people wondered why. A cruise sure but Disney? Isn’t that more for kids? Disney Cruises are perfect for a family get away but they are also perfect for Disney loving couples. We had an amazing time and couldn’t be happier with our choice. There are plenty of things to see and do away from the kids.
If you talk to any Disney Cruise Line fan there is probably one thing at the top of their DCL bucket list, renting a private cabana on Castaway Cay. Who wouldn’t want their own private piece of paradise for a day? There are 20 cabanas on Castaway Cay’s family beach, one Grand Family Cabana, and 4 adults only cabana’s located on Serenity Bay.
Welcome to the next stop on Magical Blogorail Green . Today we are discussing the most romantic Disney restaurants. With out a doubt, Remy has to be on that list. We visited for the first time on our most recent Disney Cruise and it has become our all time favorite Disney dining experience. The food, the atmosphere, the Cast Members, everything was perfect.
Remy is located on Deck 12 on the Disney Dream and is an adults only dining experience. We were greeted by the maître d’ when we arrived and he showed us to our table. When he learned that this was our first visit he took the time to explain the theme of the restaurant and some of the details.
Our second cruise on the Disney Dream was even better than the first. Our fun started with our stateroom. On our last cruise we had an oceanview stateroom on deck 6 in the back of the ship. It was large and nice but an odd shape. We knew for our next cruise that we wanted to try out a different state room with a verandah.