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A Recipe for Fun (Tips and Memories)

A Recipe for Fun (Tips and Memories)

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Make the most of your dining experience with these delicious tips:

“Can’t decide between the lamb and the sole? Tell your server you’d like to try both dishes! You can also order multiple appetizers and desserts if you wish. But take our advice and don’t say you want 'nothing' for dessert—that’s just what you may get (you’ll see!).”

“How do you choose between five full-service restaurants on a three-night cruise? If you can’t bear to miss the pleasures of all three regular rotational dining rooms and Palo or Remy, plan to visit your regular dining room before or after your Palo or Remy dinner for appetizers or dessert, or visit at breakfast or lunch (note that Animator’s Palate and Rapunzel's/Tiana's/Enchanted Garden are only open for dinner).”

“For easy room service tipping, bring an envelope full of $1 bills and leave it by the door in your stateroom. We do not recommend coins.”

“Picky eater? Ask your server to mix and match menu items so you can get just the meal you want.”

“If you’ve brought your own wine or picked up a bottle at a port, you can request a 'wine opener' (corkscrew) from room service.”

“While room service will deliver food to your stateroom free of charge, they won’t bring soft drinks without an extra cost. So the last time we cruised, we brought some empty, clean 16-oz. plastic soda bottles with us. Fill them up at the free Beverage Station and take them back to your stateroom to stow in the mini-fridge. They don’t stay real cold, but cool enough. And while they do lose some ‘fizz,’ when it’s late and a Diet Coke is the only thing you want and it seems like a million miles to the beverage station ... it’s great!”

— contributed by Disney cruiser Christine Krueger

Magical Memory

“My son, Alexander, is a typical kid in his everyday food choices—he prefers pizza, burgers, grilled cheese sandwiches, and so on. But when we cruise, he tries new things because he knows that if he really doesn’t like something, he can request something else. This gives him the freedom to pick new and unusual dishes, most of which he ends up really enjoying. Carefully choosing his appetizer and entrée is a real joy for him, and I love that the Disney cruise experience makes it so easy for him.”

...as told by author Jennifer Marx

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Top Photo Slice: Birthday Fun at Royal Palace (Dream) (℗ 53326) Photo contributed by © Jennifer Marx



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