Disney Dream July 2015
A Disney cruise is a real vacation for everyone in the family. There are activities for every one. There are plenty of things for the kids, of course, this is Disney. But, the adults are not neglected. There is the spa, the golf simulator, workout room, running track, and plenty of less healthful things, too! Tastings for wine, champagne, tequila, etc. A Mixology class where you learn how to make cocktails! Music, dancing, comedy, really most forms of entertainment. The main evening shows are incredibly entertaining (again, it's Disney!). And if you just want to relax, there is plenty of space in the larger than average cabins and wonderful deck areas. The unique rotational dining is fabulous and our main server was excellent. The drink server seemed new and a little overwhelmed so getting our drinks was slow most nights. The food was above average but not as good as we have had in the past with the exception of the quick service areas on the pool deck; the food there was very good this time.
We just went on our 3rd and booked our 4th Disney cruise while on board!
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We found short lines for the Aquaduck if you go during the first dinner rotation/shows, or later in the evening.