Celebrity Spotting: Mario Lopez on the Disney Dream


Television host and actor, Mario Lopez, took his family on a tour of all that Disney Cruise Line has to offer. Mario, joined by wife Courtney, daughter Gia and son Nico, along with Grandma Elaine, enjoyed the cruise of a lifetime onboard the Disney Dream.

The Lopez family took a Land and Sea Disney Cruise and World vacation back in July. These are popular vacation packages that allow you to spend a few days at Walt Disney World before or after your cruise departs the nearby Port Canaveral. It’s a great way to really immerse yourself in the magic.


Here’s a short piece with the Lopez family touring some of the fun things to do on a Disney Cruise:

I loved that look at the Millennium Falcon cockpit in the Oceaneer’s Club. No wonder kids want to spend all day there.

Lopez Fam Bam took over the Millennium Falcon… #Cruise #NextStopBahamas

A photo posted by Mario Lopez (@mariolopezextra) on

And the obligatory Castaway Cay family photo:

Off to Mickey’s private island… #CastawayCay #FamiliaLopez #DisneyCruise

A photo posted by Mario Lopez (@mariolopezextra) on

At some point early in his TV Host career, my mom sat next to Mario Lopez on a plane flight. She reported he was an extremely nice young man who was happy to talk about some shared experiences they had. It’s nice to see that Lopez had quite a bit of success since then.

Previously: How to get to Walt Disney World after your Disney Cruise.

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