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Making Magic and Wonder
Making Magic and Wonder
Is your mind still filled with nagging little questions? This chapter may just banish the last of those concerns. Among other topics, we’ll discuss toddler care, special occasions, seasickness, meeting Disney characters, clearing U.S. Customs, how much to tip, and what happens when you arrive back in the U.S.A. (for those cruises that do). These are some of the little (and not so little) things that can make the difference between an ordinary vacation and a trip filled with magic and wonder.
Is your tot too small for the regular children’s programs? We tour the ships’ It’s a Small World nurseries. Children of all ages can get the lowdown on meeting Disney characters. Learn how to preserve fond memories with your own photographs and glossies from the ship’s photographers. Do you have money left after shopping in port? We describe all the stores and shopping opportunities on board, too.
While modern cruises aren’t the fancy dress extravaganzas they used to be, every cruise includes opportunities to dress up. In fact, the seven-night and longer sailings include officially designated formal and semi-formal nights (at least one of each). Here’s where we button-down all the details on appropriate attire, tuxedo rentals, and other dress-up options. We describe special and celebrity cruises, and deliver tips for creating your own special celebrations on board, whether you’re tying the knot or want to give a loved one an extra-special send-off.
Next, there’s the business of staying healthy and avoiding that curse of the deep, mal de mer (seasickness). Plus, a few tips on keeping up-to-date with your business back home.
It’s also time to set your feet back on shore after your cruise. Nobody likes this part, but now is the perfect time to explore the mysteries of “customary gratuities” (tipping), the rules and regulations of U.S. Customs, and the rituals of debarkation. We’ve had a great time cruising with you! Alas, that it had to end so soon. Bon voyage!
Top Photo Slice: Your throne awaits on the Disney Dream (℗ 53513) Photo contributed by © Jennifer Marx
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