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Disney Fantasy Cruise Report – Day 3

Monday was all about relaxing and enjoying some movies we had been wanting to see. We woke around 8:00 AM and got ready for the day. Then we went to Deck 11 and grabbed 2 comfy chairs in the adult area. The water was so blue and it was almost hypnotic. After enjoying this lovely scenery for a bit we went…
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Disney Fantasy Cruise Report – Day 2

Easy Morning We woke up at 7:00 AM on Sunday — our first full day on the Disney Fantasy. We took showers, got dressed and went to have breakfast at The Cabanas. I always take our Personal Navigator in my bag to follow the day’s happenings. Side Note Sunday’s Navigator had interesting tidbits about the ship. At 1115 feet, it is…
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Our Fantastic Dining Staff

In my previous post, I talked about how attentive our dining staff was when we cruised on the Disney Fantasy. I have to once again say a great big THANK YOU to our Head Server, Jaime Martins; our Server, Bruno Lima; and our Assistant Server, Nicolas Rodriguez. Special Note About Servers and Tipping The dining staff during my cruise was phenomenal!…
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Disney Fantasy Cruise Report – Day 1

An Early Start We had to wake up at 3:00 a.m. to get showered and ready, finish packing last minute items, and be at Houston Hobby Airport to check in for our flight by 5:00 a.m. As usual, I didn’t sleep much as I was worried about not hearing the alarm or the alarm not going off…you know how that is….
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Low-Histamine Living on a Disney Cruise

I suppose that for the purpose of full-disclosure and proper integrity, I must admit that my career is that of an Authorized Disney Vacation Planner with Pixie Vacations, LLC. I say this so you’ll know but the truth is that I was a long-time Disney lover for many years before I ever became an agent. I was a frequent park…
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Rotational Dining on the Disney Magic

  Disney Cruise Line offers guests a unique dining experience called rotational dining. This concept allows each guest the opportunity to try each themed dining experience onboard “while traveling with their own Disney servers.” Every evening, each guest dines with the same tablemates and enjoys the detailed attention of the same servers, while being able to experience different surroundings and menus. I found…
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Do I Need a Passport?

One of the questions that many of my Disney cruise clients ask is, “Do I need a passport?” This is an important question as it is recommended that you apply for your passport at least 4 months in advance. This allows time for processing and receiving your passport, as it usually takes 6-8 weeks to receive it once the paperwork…
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