Wordful Wednesday – Cruising on Disney Wonder

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Remember that I mentioned last week that we went on a family vacation that allowed us to unplug for a whole week and it was wonderful?  We’ll, part of the vacation was on our first cruise, and it was on the Disney Wonder.  We flew to Florida and cruised to Grand Cayman and Cozumel before heading back to Miami.  It was wonderful to get away, although I’m not positive that cruising is our families favorite way to vacation.  I’m just not a breakfast and lunch buffet type of girl, and Jeff is not a big lover of crowds at the pool.  That being said, the ship was beautiful and the rooms were roomy and always clean, and we had a great time.  The entertainment was great, too.

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Disney Wonder

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 disney wonderOne of our favorite places on the ship was the self serve frozen yogurt station!

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We had an adventure on the high seas when we picked up Cuban refugees.  For real.

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Disney has some European vacations that look really interesting.  I’d love to give one of  those a try……..

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Comments

  1. 1
    Krystyn @ Really, Are You Serious?
    Twitter: SeriousKrystyn
    says:

    It looks magical like all things Disney, but I’m with you. I don’t think it would be my favorite. Crowded, buffets and most importantly, moving all the time, would be too much for me, I think.

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    Kristin says:

    Cuban refugees???? LOL. I know I shouldn’t laugh, but that’s so far out of my reality I just can’t even picture it!
    I bet they were stoked to see a buffet! I do hope they let them eat. Did you all stay in one room. When I looked up cruises last year, we would have to pay for 2 rooms. Bummer.
    Love the boys in their fedora’s!

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    Stacy Uncorked
    Twitter: RandomCoolChick
    says:

    That’s the biggest pet peeve the hubby had when I finally talked him into going on a cruise – the crowds, and the schedules. And like you, I’m not a buffet kinda girl, either. 🙂 We both prefer all-inclusive resorts – though I would love to go on one Disney cruise just for the memories. 😉 Love all the shots! 🙂

    The Frog Princess Part 2

  4. 4

    That looks like SO much fun! The sunset pic is gorgeous.

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    Lolli @ Better in Bulk
    Twitter: 1momof5
    says:

    My husband and I adored being on a cruise, but we’ve never done it with our kids…and at this rate, they’ll all be adults by the time we have the chance. 😉

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    @PamelaMKramer - A Renaissance Woman
    Twitter: pamelamkramer
    says:

    OK Confession…. I haven’t been to anything Disney other than a movie. A cruise yes, but not Disney. Great photos. What a view!

  7. 7
    Run DMT says:

    First Sanibel and then a Disney Cruise? What an amazing experience for your children! The Disney Cruises are supposed to be top-notch affair.

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    Jenn
    Twitter: Mommy_grrl
    says:

    I’ll admit, we are fans of cruising, particularly Disney as there so so much to do or not do…but I’m with you on the buffet, which is why we did the dining room for breakfast most mornings. If you can do a Med cruise, do…your hubby can skip the pool for med beaches (don’t go in June). The lounge chair thing is a peeve I have with any cruise line but I find the same issue at a lot of resorts.

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      angie lee
      Twitter: 7clowncircus
      says:

      I actually think the chair issue is worse at resorts. People wake up at 6 in the morning and “stake” out their chair for the day. At least on the cruise people vacated the chairs when they were done.

  9. 10
    Kimberly says:

    I have always wanted to go on a cruise but my husband is terrified. He can’t swim. And I may or may not have told him that I would throw him overboard.

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    noelle d
    Twitter: jumpinbeans09
    says:

    looks so fun. i want to go on another cruise so bad…
    question.. how did yall do with such a large family?
    (that is one thing that has held me back… obviously if we did a cruise, we would take my stepsons… so that would put us with 4 kids… would love any insight on that!)

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    Marta
    Twitter: marta28
    says:

    Thank you, Thank you for linking back to me! =)

    A Disney cruise looks so amazing! A friend of mine who loves all things Disney has been on three different Disney cruises and she loves them (and she doesn’t even have kids! Though maybe that added to her great experiences…)

  12. 13
    Jackie says:

    A Disney cruise has always been on my really want to do it list and chances are that is where it will stay!

    I’m glad that you had a great time… love the self serve frozen yogurt!

  13. 14

    I had always wanted to go on a cruise, so my hubs took me on one, pre-kids. All he wanted to do was play Bingo–and we were only like 29 at the time. I told him next time I was bringing some girlfriends along, too. Haha

  14. 15

    I’ve only been on one cruise- it was for our honeymoon, 10 years ago. We enjoyed it and I’d love to try a Disney cruise with the kids. I figure anywhere we’d head with the kids would probably end up with crowds anyway. 😉