A Cruise Full of Characters

April 15, 2014 | By | No Comments

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What better birthday gift for a 7-year-old girl than a Disney cruise? That was the thinking when CharlottesMama booked a Western Caribbean cruise on Disney Wonder — the first-ever cruise for the family.
The long roadtrip from Minnesota to the port of Galveston went off without a hitch. A late seating with another family that had daughters the same age worked out perfectly (room service snacks tided everyone over until dinner). CharlottesMama’s daughter loved the line’s Oceaneer Club, leaving the couple some time to themselves.
But the absolute highlight for the birthday girl was the chance to interact with her favorite characters. The breakfast, Princess Meet and Greet and dance parties gave her the chance to fill up her autograph book with signatures.
Read CharlottesMama’s full review for more details about dining and entertainment. For their efforts, CharlottesMama and four other Reviewers of the Week — GolfingWarrior, dhernon81, Elisgirl, and chevytrkr — receive Cruise Critic logo items.
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