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PopPopBear

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    Anchorage, AK
  • Interests
    History, Music, Travel, Atlanta Braves, UGA Bulldogs
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    NCL, Disney
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Castaway Cay

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  1. Thank You! I enjoyed the comparisons. A lot the same with a few discernible differences.
  2. My wife and I will be on the AmaStella next May. We have river cruised with Viking twice so aren't new to river cruising. I would like to hear from anyone who has cruised both with Ama and Viking about any differences we can expect. TIA
  3. Sailing on the the Westerdam June 30-July 7. Anyone know which nights the Gala Nights are scheduled for? TIA
  4. Sea days especially for itineraries we are repeating. A couple of years ago we did B2B cruises on the Magic, the Mediterranean then the WBTA. Loved the sea days on the crossing after the port intensive itinerary.
  5. My wife and I have been on 11 DCL cruises. Only two were with our children and/or other family members. We enjoy all things Disney and are willing to pay for the service DCL provides. There are many options for those who are cruising without children. We have met many other couples doing the same thing so you definitely won't be alone.
  6. Agreed. My wife and I have been on many Disney cruises without any friends or family and have always been seated with other couples cruising by themselves. Those other couples are always within our age bracket and mostly savvy cruisers as well. We've met and made good friends with some. We are actually cruising on the Dream in a couple of months with a couple we met in 2015 on the Magic. I think we are all looking forward to warm weather as we live in Alaska and they live in Wisconsin. All in all Disney does a wonderful job in matching up table mates.
  7. To meet the Frozen characters on the Wonder you can reserve tickets. https://disneycruise.disney.go.com/faq/booking-reservations/frozen-meet-greet-tickets/ As for other characters there are many scheduled meet and greets throughout the cruise. For these you will stand in line for. The schedule of who appears where is listed each day's Navigator. Hope this information helps.
  8. Ah, doh! I should've caught that. I didn't I guess because the lines I cruise with the most do not call them that. Thanks for the clarification.
  9. I'm curious to know why you travel with your SS Card. No judgment, to each his/her own. Just curious as to what benefit it provides.
  10. My wife and I were on the WBTA in September 2017. We found there was a nice variety of activities as well as a good balance that allowed for enough downtime to make the cruise feel like a vacation. While the first portion was port intensive the consecutive sea days were a nice welcome. We didn't find ourselves bored or feeling like we couldn't find something to fill our time. This is one man's opinion but I think the extras that are included on the TA crossings make some great times you wouldn't get otherwise.
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