Our cruise on the Disney Wonder was our first. For those scared of water, please don't let your fear get in the way. I'm so terrified of water, I don't even like to drive over bridges. I agreed to go along, and I'm so grateful that I did not let this experience pass me by. The fact that we were on the water miles away from land never even crossed my mind.Our cruise experience was incredible. My husband and I traveled with our 14 and 17 year old sons. They loved the fact that we could partcipate in family outings during the day, then go our separate ways after dinner. My younger son headed straight for the teen club, the older one off to be with friends he had met on board. They still keep in touch with their new acquaintances via email.The staff was incredible, the cabins were incredible, the entire experience was incredible. For those who complain that the food was mediocre, I disagree. It was ten times better than fast food stops on regular vacations. Also must add, I left the ship the exact same weight as I did when I left home. Most everyone I know who's been on a cruise complains of large weight gains.We're planning a seven-day Eastern Caribbean cruise in May on the Magic. I can only imagine the experience that awaits us. There's something for everyone on a Disney cruise. I highly, highly, recommend that everyone experience this wonderful cruise line sometime soon!
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