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Old 11-29-2012, 01:13 PM   #1
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September vs November Cruise - Advice

I want to go on a cruise next year for our anniversary (just 1 year, but I'm thinking this may become an annual thing!) but due to my work schedule, I can't take vacation in October (we got married Oct 1 and took a cruise that left Oct 4). I was hoping everyone here could give me some advice.

Our two options are: a Sept 22nd cruise followed by a few days at Disney, the Tower of Terror 10 miler (if available), and some F&W. OR a November 10 Cruise after the Wine and Dine Half, F&W, and then hopefully after the cruise, Mickey's Christmas Party. We've never been for Christmas together and I'm dying to go the Christmas party and see the Osbourne lights again!

My worries about September are that it's in hurricane season and my worries about November is that it will be too cold on Castaway Cay. I LOVED Castaway Cay on my honeymoon and would love to be able to do another day at the beach, in the beautiful blue water, reading a book.

What do all you experienced cruisers recommend? My dream would have been the DVC cruise but I just can't go in October at my current job. Thanks everyone in advance!
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