Disney Dream Cruise Review to Caribbean - Bahamas

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1 cruise (first)


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5 out of 5

Nobody does it like Disney

Sail Date: February 29, 2016

Reviewed: 1 year ago

Traveled As: Family (older children)

Room Type: Balcony

I loved my balcony room and seeing all the characters. I would have liked to have visited the Adults Only areas more. We had a separate pool area, cafe, lounges, a pub, THE WORKS! I wish there were more Disney-interactive opportunities for adults, or even just a computer area with maybe a virtual reality game where we went into Toy Story or the Lion King movie scenes. I found that I did need to connect with the shore occasionally and only the kids were able to use the computers on the ship.

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I've always said that if I get on a boat I need access to the balcony, this cruise ship has very accommodating staterooms, especially if you love Mickey. There was no shortage of cuteness in the staterooms and surprises. (Not-so) Hidden Mickeys galore!! I personally loved it because it seemed like a Disney-fied Titanic (without all the gold and rich woods).
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