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Old 10-07-2012, 09:25 PM   #1
Earning My Ears
Join Date: Mar 2005
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Starting to worry about leaving from Miami...

We're scheduled for the 1/24 cruise on the Wonder out of Miami. Have been on the Dream twice out of Port Canaveral and loved the "Disney feel" at the Port. I've seen no info on the Miami port since it hasn't sailed out of there yet. I'm guessing it's a shared terminal with other cruise lines. Will it feel less "special" and be more scattered feeling? Also, I'm thinking we're flying into FLL since it's cheaper (party of 7) and taking a shuttle or something that morning after staying in a FLL hotel. Guess I'm just hoping it's still magical feeling and not too much more work and less special. Anyone know if they'll have separate concierge perks, like waiting area etc since this is our first time going concierge? Hope it's not a waste...Sorry for the negativity...still excited...just curious...
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