I know it sounds crazy, but I had a terrific girls getaway on the Disney Dream.
When I received the invitation for the Disney Dream christening cruise, I immediately had visions of the adult beach at Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay. White sand, colored umbrellas and fruity drinks (not the lunch box kind). The perfect opportunity to check out the adult amenities I missed on my family’s Disney cruise last summer to the Bahamas.
A cruise, like any other vacation, is a different experience for each family. For some it’s all about the service and the food while for others it’s about exploring new destinations and unplugging from the daily grind. No matter what the reason is for your trip, the convenience of having someone else plan it all for you helps to create a stress-free experience.
There are a few tips to make your cruise planning and experience more enjoyable for all.
I was thrilled to learn that Ciao Bambino was invited to participate in a press trip on the Disney Cruise Line. We’ve been planning to start covering cruising on Ciao Bambino and Disney is the perfect venue to kick off exploring the best cruise lines with kids.
My family has a close connection with Disney … My husband’s first job out of college was with the Disney Channel, we had Disneyworld annual passes long before the kids …