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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-03-2012, 11:52 AM Thread Starter
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Got back on Saturday from a 7 Day Disney Cruise out of Galveston Tx.
If you ever have the chance to take one of these Cruises I would highly suggest you do it, especially if you have kids. My 8 yr old boy and 13 yr old Daughter had a blast.
Itís not the cheap, probably one of the higher in cost cruise lines. But the food, entertainment and service is out standing.

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HA just planning a yrly cruise this morning. We don't do disney (no kids) but have gone on several other nice lines. Beleive it or not we actually like Holland America- (due to all the senior citizens- ) we essentially have to boat to ourselves, rarely do they get off at islands, and they all go to bed at 8:30. No drunks stumbling around, no competition for 4 wheelers, jet skis, etc. Where'd you all go?
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FYI, a Disney Cruise can be great even if you don't have kids. Disney ships have adults-only areas. And almost any ship is going to have kids on it.

Here's a recent article written by a woman who also just did a Disney cruise from Galveston; with no kids!

Disney Cruise Line Without Kids

My wife and I just got back from a trip to Disneyland (California) with no kids. (It's more fun that way!) And believe me, the new "Cars Land" at California Adventure park is way cool for any car guy!
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HA just planning a yrly cruise this morning. We don't do disney (no kids) but have gone on several other nice lines. Beleive it or not we actually like Holland America- (due to all the senior citizens- ) we essentially have to boat to ourselves, rarely do they get off at islands, and they all go to bed at 8:30. No drunks stumbling around, no competition for 4 wheelers, jet skis, etc. Where'd you all go?
I will have to check out Holland America. Me and my wife did a Carnival cruise and it lived up to the "booze Cruise" reputation.
We did a Disney cruise about 6 years ago out of FLorida. This is the first year for Disney to go out of Tx so we jumped on it. It went to Grand Caymon, Costa Maya and Cozumel.

Klutch; I agree you don't need kids to enjoy this cruise.

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