Med is Magic on Disney -Sept 2010 cruise: Disney Magic Cruise Review by O&smom
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Med is Magic on Disney -Sept 2010 cruise
Destination: Europe - Western Mediterranean
The rest of our cruise was a whirlwind of adventure and fun for all of us. Our son loved the Oceaneer Lab, especially making flubber and our daughter was very comfortable in Flounder's Reef Nursery. (We did quite a few shore excursions that did not allow babies.) I was a little concerned about not having her with us ,but I soon realized that she had a lot more fun in a bouncy seat, in an exersaucer or even in the arms of Princess Tiana who came to visit more that once rather than in a stoller in the hot Mediterranean sun.
Service was great and we had no complaints in our rooms or in any restaurants. We ate at Palo and it definitely was amazing! We will continue this on all future cruises with Disney.
We loved all of our shore excursions and did them in Tunisia, Naples, Civitavecchia, and La Spezia. (Please see my port reviews for more info on these.) We enjoyed Malta, Corsica and Villefranche/Monaco on our own and had a great time in these ports as well. Since we were on the 10 day cruise without the rest day it was a little overwhelming with a new port every day. Luckily I took lots of pictures so it is nice to sit back and reflect on all of the history and beauty that we saw.
The disembarkation process was fast and easy and we were on our way back to the Barcelona airport by taxi. (The taxi situation was the only glitch in our otherwise perfect vacation. Be aware that a taxi in Barcelona can only take a maximum of 4 people even if one is an infant. Since we had five of us including Grandma we had to split up and didn't get to do any sightseeing of Barcelona. Plus we had to pay for 2 taxis! If we had known this we probably would have taken the Disney transportation to the ship.) Less
Cabin review: 9B2138
2140 had a bit of a noise problem in the ceiling somehow 2138 nice and quiet (and I am a light sleeper)
Port and Shore Excursions
P.S. A special treat was having our first gelato at a little shop just to the right of the Trevi Fountain.
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