This was our third cruise aboard Disney Cruise Lines, and we couldn't have been happier. We had contemplated trying another cruise line, but feared that we would continually be saying to each other, "But Disney did it better."
We have no kids, so you would think a Disney boat would be boring. Not so. There are so many activities onboard, you can do as much or as little as you want. We did ship tours, went to the spa, swam in the adult pool, shopped, napped on deck and had a lovely cocktail. In the evening, we attended the shows (not to be missed!), ate dinner, and then went to the nightclubs for the cabaret shows and dancing.
Dining on the Disney Magic is fantastic. A lot of people have described the rotational dining, where you change restaunts each night, but your servers and tablemates move with you each night. This is a lot of fun, and allows you to really become friends with the servers. They really work hard to make sure your dining experience is "excellent". For a quiet, romantic evening, Palo is not to be missed. Located on top of the ship, with a fantastic 270 degree view, and delicious meals, it's always a highlight.