My family and I are home from our first ever cruise. We spent six days/five nights on the Disney Magic. As you might expect, we had the time of our lives. My expectations were high, and Disney exceeded them by far. This might have been our first Disney cruise, but it will not be our last. On our drive home from Miami I was already researching cruises, out of curiosity.
If you’d like to read a day to day report of my incredible adventure, check out Disney Dining. I was officially covering the cruise for the site; and I was hosted by Disney. I had planned to do some updates here as well, but quite honestly I didn’t have enough time or Internet to do that. So instead, I thought that I would share some things here with you that I experienced along the way. I’ll add one or two Disney Cruise Line related posts a week until I run out of things to talk about, which will be never.
Today I’d like to just touch on how easy Disney makes it to cruise. I knew nothing about what to expect, from getting onto the boat to leaving once it was time to go home. Disney makes everything easy for you! If you’re planning a Disney cruise, rest assured that the incredible staff and crew will be there to help you if you have questions, and they will guide you in the right direction. All that you have to do is have the best vacation ever.