Disney Wonder Cruise Review by Jiminy's Fan: Hooked
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We celebrated our 40th anniversary (May 26) while sailing the inland waterway in Alaska as part of a fantastic 9-night cruise. We were prepared for rain, rain, and more rain but had sunshine, sunshine, and more sunshine. The extra two nights, instead of the normal seven, helped us realize that we want to do a two-week cruise through the Panama Canal in the future.
Destination (Alaska): Excellent!
Dining: Excellent! (Are you kidding?…Elk…twice!)
Ship: The Disney Wonder. It will be ready for dry dock when it happens but it was still in great shape.
Crew: Excellent! (One crew member met me each morning with two servings of chocolate milk on my way to work out in the fitness center. He just knew I wanted them after the first morning.)
Entertainment: Disney through and through!!!
Pools?: Definitely. We were in the Quiet Cove pool and hot tubs every day. VERY relaxing and the pool was nice and warm.
Special Note: More NOT a warm weather, fun-in-the-sun, party cruise. This is for nature lovers (and it really hits the spot). Less
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Cabin review: Disney Wonder 2109
This was our first cruise using an inside stateroom. We were unable to upgrade (the couple in front of us got the last veranda). However, the big plus to the inside stateroom was the darkness since it was still light late at night and light again very early in the morning. We slept soundly and were well rested each day thanks to those wonderful beds! The room appeared to be the same size as our previous rooms with verandas (minus the deck space, of course).
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