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Tag Archives: Disney Cruise
I’ve never been aboard a Disney cruise ship at Christmas, but I hear it’s a special time. Beyond the decorations and specially costumed walk-around characters, there are special meals and holiday entertainment to enjoy. Here’s a fresh video with highlights … Continue reading
Guests lucky enough to experience a Disney Cruise Line vacation around Thanksgiving have the option of enjoying a very special dessert: pumpkin cheesecake. If you want to get a taste of what it’s like to eat on a Disney ship … Continue reading
Today is a big day in the history of the Disney Cruise Line, the Disney Magic arrived in Galveston, Texas to kick off the Disney Cruise Line’s inaugural season sailing from the Port of Galveston. In 2012 and 2013, Disney … Continue reading
I include the Frost family among the many families who make a pilgrimage to Disneyland or Disney World around the holidays as part of a family tradition. But I also know a fair number of families and friends who make … Continue reading