Make your Disney cruise Incredible with these tips

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Disney-Pixar’s “Incredibles 2” just set a new record for the biggest opening weekend for an animated film — estimated at $183.2 million domestically, according to CNN.com. That, coupled with Walt Disney World’s summer event focusing on the movie, Incredible Tomorrowland Expo at Magic Kingdom, got me thinking about what Disney Cruise Line ships are doing … Continue reading "Make your Disney cruise Incredible with these tips"
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Disney Cruise Line Announces Fall 2019 Itineraries

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Disney Cruise Line announced an exciting lineup of vacations for fall 2019, including returns to captivating destinations like Bermuda, Bahamas, Baja, Canada and the Caribbean on a variety of itineraries from home ports in New York, California, Texas and Florida. With cruises ranging from two-night getaways to weeklong vacations and beyond, this season of sailings offers countless opportunities for families to delight in Disney magic, explore exotic locales and make lifelong memories together.
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Broadway Stars Take Center Stage During Select Disney Cruise Line Sailings

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Later this year, Broadway stars will take Center Stage during select Disney Cruise Line sailings. This live concert series presented by Disney Theatrical Productions brings the magic of Disney's Broadway and international shows to the Walt Disney Theatre with Broadway performers like Alton Fitzgerald White from "The Lion King" and Jonathan Freeman, who stars as the evil Jafar in "Aladdin."
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Disney Cruise Line sails into its 20th year with major expansion on the horizon

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A rendering shows one of the three new ships that are scheduled to join the Disney Cruise Line fleet in 2021, 2022 and 2023. [The Walt Disney Company] Disney Cruise Line turns 20 years old this year with the anniversary of the maiden voyage of the Disney Magic on July 30, 1998. The seeds for … Continue reading "Disney Cruise Line sails into its 20th year with major expansion on the horizon"
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Updates to the Disney Wonder

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AllEars.Net had the opportunity to visit the Disney Wonder while it was in port in San Diego. In September and October of last year the Wonder underwent a dry-dock period in Spain that made significant changes to the kid's spaces, the adult entertainment district and converted the Parrot Cay restaurant into Tiana's Place, in addition to replacing carpet, furniture and other general upkeep. Lee Zimmerman shares his observations during his first chance to see the re-imagined ship.
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Hidden Mickeys on the Disney Wonder, Part 2

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New Hidden Mickeys have appeared, and some old ones were lost, during the re-imagining of the Disney Wonder. Many of the new Hidden Mickeys are high-quality images and are fun to search for! Such as the ones I present below. White bubbles on the aft side deck (closest to Dory’s Reef) of the Aqualab Children’s … Continue reading "Hidden Mickeys on the Disney Wonder, Part 2"
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