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Tag Archives: cruising
Enchanted art is the logical progression of those little digital frames you send your grand parents stuffed with pictures of their grand children. Some people liken it to the moving photos in Harry Potter films, but it’s really more magical … Continue reading
We’re less than a month away from the official christening ceremony for the Disney Fantasy, the 4th ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet. But before it can sail to New York for its dedication, it had to be put … Continue reading
Last we heard, Disney Cruise Line was canceling December 2012 cruises on the Disney Wonder from Los Angeles to Mexico and it appeared a re-positioning cruise through the Panama Canal was a possibility. Now, evidence points to an eventual new … Continue reading
In a ceremony very similar to last year’s Disney Dream ‘float out’ the 4th ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet, the Disney Fantasy, left the dry dock at Meyer Werft shipyard yesterday to begin the next stage of its … Continue reading