Disney World is known by creating magic and by providing customer service that is by far the best in the world, thinking of exceeding that, it is impossible but there is one place that tops it by 1000 times. On September 28th we (my hubby, ...
To start, I have cruised DCL before and it was excellent. I have been to WDW yearly since I could afford it and I will continue to do so, I have never experienced any issues at WDW and the service and experience has always been faultless. ...
OK, this was my 18th Cruise with Disney, I have tried others, but really prefer the family atmosphere on disney ships.
I had low expectations of the ports of call (Boston, Sydney - Canada - Dublin and Liverpool) but I love a long ...
In a nutshell: It was awesome. On a scale of 1-100, I'd give it a 97.
The cruise had high expectations -- we were dipping into savings and pulling the kids (7 and 5 years old) out of school as we felt this kind of length of cruise and ...
About me: Frequent cruiser in my 40s, traveling with a group of 20, first time on Disney (RC and Carnival in past), love to dance. Not a Disney fan in general. Was worried about boredom on 12 day Transatlantic. Most of group in early 20s. ...
This was my second TA on the Disney Magic. First time in 2011.
The ship refurbishment was a big improvement.
Pluses: Embarkation smooth, The new buffet at the back. The food at lunch: great shrimp , roasts, salads etc.
The service. The ...
Our transatlantic cruise was the trip of a lifetime. I did not expect to enjoy every minute so much because I had anticipated a tedious, boring voyage. So happy to be proved wrong!
If there is a lecturer on board advising what to see and ...
Things started to go wrong from the minute we boarded. Greeted in the Centrum and directed to the Caballeros dining room for lunch. We were shown to a table with a view and were served by a very pleasant young man. The buffet style lunch ...
This was our 2nd Disney Cruise Line (DCL) cruise and it was great. We were a little anxious at potential rough seas in the middle of the Atlantic, but we had great weather and it was like a millpond all the way.
Disney Magic is a ...
We started our trip with a couple of days pre-cruise in Barcelona, staying at the Renaissance. We've stayed there before and use it for its convenience for cruise transfers, even though it is a little out of the way for the centre of ...
My wife and I were on the Disney Magic Westbound Transatlantic cruise in stateroom 7634. This was our eighth cruise and the second with Disney (the other being on the Disney Dream). In most respects the cruise was superb.
Our cabin was ...
My wife and I took the Westbound Transatlantic on the Disney Magic. We were in stateroom 8058, a veranda (balcony) room. We have only done one other cruise before, a Princess cruise in 2009, and the Disney Magic Transatlantic cruise was ...
Flying from the UK to Florida and staying in the airport hotel meant we were off to a relaxing start. The Disney Cruise Line Shuttle was a great way to transfer from airport to port. We checked in by 12, had a low number (2) to board and ...
We travelled from Dayton to Orlando by plane and took the shuttle to the port. At the port, we were greeted with massive swarms of "love bugs", so the outside decks of the ship were closed. The beginning of the cruise was humid, stuffy and ...
We found that this experience was both more and less than expected.
Good stuff--Crew were fabulous!! Best ever Soda free- but not mixed correctly in fountains. Big shows were fabulous. Cold refridgerators in stateroom-no minibar stuff in ...
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