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MRDRT2014
Contributor Level: Third Mate
Nov 02, 2014

Grab the Hidden Mickey Book and challenge your family to see who can spot the most!

MarkB42
Contributor Level: Purser
Jan 24, 2014

Get on the ship as early as possible for the lunch buffet, then tour the ship to see the incredible kids, teens, and adult areas. It's the best time for the whole party to see everything. Do not miss the shows!

DamnYankee66
Contributor Level: Third Mate
Dec 13, 2013

Do Royal Court for a nice quiet breakfast....same food as buffet, but fresher

gwlocraft
Contributor Level: Purser
Jul 23, 2017

Walk thru the entire ship on day 1 and get a sense as to all that is available. It's terrific.

Shawnwat
Contributor Level: Purser
Jun 08, 2017

The room had two USB plugs built into the wall, plus one in the alarm clock.

MrJeff
Contributor Level: Purser
Jun 03, 2017

-Room service coffee is the best included coffee on the ship. -Download the Disney Cruise Line app on your phone or iPod, which is fantastic. It tells you all about the day's activities, menus, etc., and you will use it to text one another throughout the ship to stay in touch, even with your kids.

tuaarco
Contributor Level: Purser
May 01, 2017

book character events such as character breakfast and Princess meet and greets as soon as you can

clewtravel
Contributor Level: Third Mate
Mar 06, 2017

you have to insert your Key to the World (KTTW) card into the slot / holder at the entryway of the of cabin to activate the lights and power. An easy hack for this is to use an old hotel room key or old gift card for this purpose and leave it there for the length of your cruise.

mcpage33
Contributor Level: Purser
Dec 27, 2016

I thought the cups that Disney provided at drink stations were large enough and it was not necessary to bring our travel mugs. We barely used them.

sharondebose17
Contributor Level: Purser
Sep 28, 2016

Go to the shows. They are awesome.

disfan2003
Contributor Level: Third Mate
Oct 30, 2015

The characters will just be walking around. We snagged pics with Goofy just walking around and Peter Pan was hopping down the stairs chatting with my son. It's like they are cruising with you!

esther802
Contributor Level: Purser
Oct 22, 2015

Be sure to always have your camera with you.

rc434
Contributor Level: Purser
Aug 11, 2015

You can decorate the doors and also write notes to other cabins

chrismichelle51
Contributor Level: Third Mate
Jun 25, 2015

For example: Do Royal Court for a nice quiet breakfast....same food as buffet, but fresher

Jonpro
Contributor Level: Purser
Jun 08, 2015

Make sure that you use the navigator on board that you get every morning under your door and bring a highlighter to highlight the things you would like to do

hubb
Contributor Level: Purser
May 19, 2015

A few tips...do not miss the shows, stay up late and you can catch first run movies (like Avengers in 3-D), take plenty of sunscreen and deck shoes as the deck is hot!

tnsmitty
Contributor Level: Purser
Jun 13, 2014

Be sure and go on top deck to watch the sun set at least once. Beautiful! Be sure and ask cast member ahead of time which side of deck 12 you should be on for the fireworks. Aqua Duck can block view if on wrong side.

16members
Contributor Level: Purser
Nov 13, 2013

Plan on and extended time to debark. Get away and go to the adult pool to relax and enjoy the hot tub.

cruisersforlife
Contributor Level: Third Mate
Nov 08, 2013

We booked a Concierge One-Bedroom suite and it was absolutely worth the extra money. Wonderful service, a place to meet other guests, internet onboard the ship, free drinks and snacks throughout the day. I can't say enough good things about the Concierge service! Book it!

DarleneDiehl
Contributor Level: Third Mate
Sep 14, 2013

If you're an adult and want adult only pool, sunbathing. Go to deck 13 front. Beautiful, quiet, bar server bringing drinks and I think many people don't discover it bc the elevators only go to floor 11 and then you have to get off and take another elevator. So nice! Not crowded.


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