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Old 04-26-2013, 09:32 AM   #526
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For those planning Dubrovnik, here's a link to their tourist map. Thought this might be helpful.
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We are planning to go to Cinque Terre on our own the following week, and we plan to just take the train to the furthest village, spend a little time there, then use the train to make our way back, stopping along the way. We had hoepd the Lovers Walk would be open so we could walk that part, but we'll just take the train if it's still closed.

http://www.cinqueterre.eu.com/en/cinque-terre-timetable
We did this when we went. I picked out three villages I wanted to see. Take your swim things with you as we'll, as it's very hot and there is nothing worse than watching other people swim in the sea and you can't.
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We did this when we went. I picked out three villages I wanted to see. Take your swim things with you as we'll, as it's very hot and there is nothing worse than watching other people swim in the sea and you can't.
Great tip, thanks. This might be our best opportunity for wading in he Mediterranean Sea

Can you tell me how you got from where the ship tenders leave you to the train station? There are four of us.
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Great tip, thanks. This might be our best opportunity for wading in he Mediterranean Sea

Can you tell me how you got from where the ship tenders leave you to the train station? There are four of us.
Walk. I'd say it's about a mile....longer than we'd anticipated, so get off the ship quickly. It's a nice walk, thru a main plaza area.....long...kind of like La Rambla...with shops and whatnot along the way.
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Walk. I'd say it's about a mile....longer than we'd anticipated, so get off the ship quickly. It's a nice walk, thru a main plaza area.....long...kind of like La Rambla...with shops and whatnot along the way.
Thx. We were looking at Google maps to see how far it might be.



Thought some of. you might be interested in this free app that will take you in a virtual tour of Sagrada Familia.

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I posted this before, but it seemed appropriate to this thread.

Please note: a lot of people last time chimed in about my suggestion to purchase Euros in advance from Wells Fargo. Some have done that and their credit card considered it a cash advance. My card did not. Other people like the exchange rate at their local bank or AAA. I personally found Wells Fargo's rate, readily available online, to be better than my bank or AAA. ATM's in Europe are another great way to go: very good exchange rate. I like having local currency when I land, so I do it my way, but any of the above mentioned ways are valid.


Disney Mediterranean Cruise: One Family’s Adventure

In August, 2010 my wife and our daughters, ages 12 and 10, went on an eleven night Disney Mediterranean cruise. We enjoyed it very much. I created this brief guide to help our friends who were considering going on the same cruise. Because one couple has never been to Europe nor on a Disney cruise, the introduction provides general information. The remaining pages provide some information about each port

Traveling to Europe: Before You Go:


Passports, valid for 6 months after your trip to Europe.
Make multiple copies of your passports. Take one or two copies on the trip, leave a copy at work, and leave another copy with relatives and/or friends.

Euros. Purchase ahead of time at www.wellsfargo .com. Free shipping on orders of $1000 USD or more.
You will use more than $1000 worth of Euros.

Rick Steves Guides to Naples, Rome, Florence, Barcelona. Rome is the most important guide. Read it now.
Download Rick Steves Audio Guides for iPods.

Purchase tickets to the Vatican Museums at http://mv.vatican.va/3_EN/pages/MV_Home.html
Google search will yield third party vendors and the official Vatican site. Use the official site.
Purchase tickets for 4:00. Gives you time to see other sites and then tour Vatican.
You can show up early for your tour, but not late. We were admitted 2.5 hours before the start of our tour.

Arrive in Barcelona two or three days before your cruise.
1. Barcelona is a fantastic city. Stephanie and the girls spent a total of 5 days touring Barcelona, and there are still a couple of things we would like to see there.
2. You will be over your jet lag when you board the ship.
3. If your flight is delayed or cancelled, you can still reach Barcelona before the ship sails.

Pickpockets!
Pickpockets are rampant in Europe, especially Barcelona and Italy. Take nothing of extreme sentimental value. Watch all belongings at all times. Consider decoy wallets. I strongly suggest you wear travel socks that have a pocket or that you wear an ankle wallet.

Consider a Capital One credit card. This card does not charge an additional foreign exchange fee and is well worth having.

“Free refills” do not exist in Europe. Soda costs a lot, and each one costs separately.

Water fountains flow constantly throughout Rome. They provide safe drinkable water. Walk up, fill your water bottle, then cover the spout to force water out the top hole and take a drink.

The Disney Magic is an American ship. Yes, it was built in Italy and it is registered in the Bahamas, but it is ours. Why is that important? It uses standard American electric outlets! Take all the electric gadgets you want.

Consider walkie-talkies, especially if not everyone has a cell phone that works in Europe. They can also be useful onboard.

A GPS with preloaded map of Italy might be useful, but city maps of Naples, Rome, Pisa, and Florence should do the trick. We had none of these, but maps were easy to grab at the tourist offices near every train station.

Barcelona, Spain:
Sites galore! Consider a bicycle tour your first day there. It is a great introduction to the city, and the exercise will help you adjust to the time difference. My wife and the girls used “Fat Tire Tours.”

The subway system is easy to use. Take the subway everywhere, including to the beach for swimming and people watching.

Las Ramblas is the action street. When night arrives, the street performers, caricature painters, portrait makers, trinket sellers, and other vendors all flock to Las Ramblas, followed by the pickpockets.

The book “1000 Places to See Before You Die” lists three spots in Barcelona:
Catalan National Art Museum. Housed in Palau Nacional, it has entire portions of churches moved to this museum to display the Romanesque and Gothic paintings.

La Sagrada Familia. We only viewed the outside, as the crowds are insane.

Museu Picasso. Intimate and nice. Try to visit the galleries in chronological order of his life.

Tapas is not indigenous to the area, but several tapas places exist and offer good food. Paella is a good option. Irish pubs abound, especially between the subway and the beach.

Villefranche, France

The train is right here, and it is your easy gateway to Monte Carlo in Monaco and Nice and Cannes in France. We spent the morning walking around Monte Carlo and the afternoon in Nice. Consider taking your swimsuits to jump in the water at the beach in Nice. The Cote d’Azur truly is more blue than you can imagine!

La Spezia, Italy. Gateway to Cinque Terre, Pisa, and Florence:

After you purchase your train ticket, you MUST TIME AND DATE STAMP it in one of the nondescript little yellow machines. A train ticket in Italy is like a subway ticket: you can purchase it now and use it whenever. To prevent people from using the same ticket over and over, you are required to time and date stamp it before you board the train. If they check your ticket on the train and you have not stamped it, you will be fined $50 per person. Ignorance of the rule will not save you.

TIME AND DATE STAMP YOUR TICKET! See above.

Today is a long train ride to Pisa or Florence, or you can choose to take a much shorter ride to the Cinque Terre. We visited Pisa. A few weeks later, my wife and I had the opportunity to tour Florence and the Cinque Terre. If I were to choose again for the Disney Cruise, I would again choose Pisa. It was manageable in a day and the kids loved it. Florence has a lot of art, but I think perhaps overwhelming to see it and Rome back to back.

Cinque Terre:
The Cinque Terre, or “Five lands,” are five picturesque seaside villages joined by train and by hiking trail. The hike from the northernmost town to the next town is very strenuous and sometimes tenuous. I do not suggest it for kids under 8, although I am sure it has been done by hardy toddlers. Each town is beautiful. Kids would likely be bored. Also, the authorities shut down the hiking trails on rainy days and for a couple days after rain, for fear of landslides.

Pisa:


Disparaged by many, but not by me. All of the important things to see are in the Piazza Miracoli, or Square of Miracles. The Leaning Tower, the Cathedral, and the Baptistery are all here. When you reach Pisa’s train station, walk or get a cab to the Piazza Miracoli. If you need to find a restaurant for lunch, go right ahead. As the family sits down, send dad to the Piazza to purchase tickets. Dad, stand with your back to the Leaning Tower and the back of the Cathedral immediately to your left. You are staring at a long wall of a one story brick building with several doors. One of these doors is the ticket office. Go over and buy tickets for three attractions: The Leaning Tower, the Cathedral, and Baptistery. Your ticket for the tower will be valid for a precise time, which you can choose. Probably the first choice is an hour or two from now. Choose a Leaning Tower entry two hours from now, and then rejoin your family for lunch.

This is Italy, so lunch just took you one and a half hours. Hustle everyone to the Leaning Tower and wind your way to the top. Then back down. Visit the cathedral and the baptistery.

Florence:
So much to see and do here, it would be very hard to do it justice on a day that was bookended by two hour train rides. Still, you can visit the Uffizi Museum, which houses Boticelli’s “Birth of Venus” and thousands of other paintings, and the Galleria dell’ Accademia, which houses Michelangelo’s “David.” The architecture is amazing, the food is marvelous. Grab a taxi and go across the river to “Olio et Convivium” for lunch. Walk back across the Arno river via the Ponte Vecchio, or “Old Bridge” and marvel at the jewelry shops on the bridge.

After visiting Pisa or Florence or both, head back to the ship. Or don't. (What??) Well, you can take the long train ride back to the ship, or you can spend some more time in Florence and let the Magic sail off without you. Enjoy dinner at a nice restaurant, see some more sights, and catch a late train to Rome. Sleep in a hotel in Rome, then wake up ready to see the city.

The train from Florence to the ship takes two hours, and you have to be back to the ship by 7:30, which means you need to be leaving Florence by 4:30 to play things safe. Then tomorrow, in Rome, you will dock at 7 am, so after getting to the train station, waiting for a train, and riding into Rome, you will reach the city at 9:00 am.

Your alternative is to stay in Florence late, perhaps until 8 pm. Then catch a two hour train to Rome. Check into a hotel, see a couple fountains in the evening (beautiful), and get a good night's sleep. Wake at 8 am, and be touring the city by 8:30.

NOTE: you must warn Disney if you plan to spend the night off the boat. They will not be pleased if you don't tell them. They are perfectly happy to let you spend the night off the ship if you do tell them in advance.


Rome, Italy:

Today is the day. Get your game on. Eat breakfast early, get off the ship, run to the train, and try to stay calm as you take the 60 minute ride to Rome.

After you purchase your train ticket, you MUST TIME AND DATE STAMP it in one of the nondescript little yellow machines. A train ticket in Italy is like a subway ticket: you can purchase it now and use it whenever. To prevent people from using the same ticket over and over, you are required to time and date stamp it before you board the train. If they check your ticket on the train and you have not stamped it, you will be fined $50 per person. Ignorance of the rule will not save you.

TIME AND DATE STAMP YOUR TICKET! See above.

Review your Rick Steves guide to Rome as you ride the train. You should have this almost memorized by now, but read it again anyway.

Make sure you have your tickets to the Vatican. You are one sad puppy if you left those on the ship.

Tour the Forum and the Coliseum. Start at the Forum, where lines are short. The ticket for the Forum is also your ticket to the Coliseum, so you will avoid an hour or two line to purchase tickets at the Coliseum. Only fools go straight to the Coliseum and line up for tickets. Enjoy listening to your iPod’s Rick Steves guide to the forum.

Now tour the Coliseum.

Walk to the Pantheon, which is amazing, beautiful, and free. Signs to the Pantheon are poor, but signs to McDonald’s Pantheon will guide you well enough. Don’t forget to walk all around the outside of the Pantheon. Find the obelisk elephant just behind and off to the side of the Pantheon. Note the plaques on the church wall behind the elephant: these mark the high water level of past floods.

Have lunch at McDonalds Pantheon or walk on to Trevi Fountain, then to Spanish Steps and have lunch at McDonald’s Spanish Steps. Marvel at the leather couches and chairs in McDonald’s Spanish Steps.

Seriously, have lunch at McDonalds. You have a LOT to see today. Sitting at ANY table service restaurant will eat an hour and a half to two hours of your precious time. Even though McDonald’s will be overflowing with people and huge lines, you can get your food, eat, and be out in 45 minutes.

Get to the Vatican.

Start your day at the Vatican at the Museum. You will see a huge line of people. The line will stretch over a city block. Walk confidently past the line to the very entrance to the museum. Find the tiny line for well-informed people like you. Walk up to the guard, show your tickets, and enter the museum.

At the Sistine Chapel, try cutting down the door in back that goes to St. Peter’s Basilica. As noted in Rick Steves Guide, this will save you hours of time and avoid another security checkpoint. Well worth doing.

After touring St. Peters, leave via the front entrance. If you duck over towards the right of the entrance, right as you face the cathedral, you might be able to find the little alley/outside hallway that leads to a ticket booth to go up into the dome. An elevator ride takes you to the roof of St. Peter’s. Enter the dome, and walk around the inside balcony. As you step out of the dome, notice the door to your right. Enter that door and climb the stairs. Keep climbing. Climb some more, even though the walls are leaning. Climb until you find yourself outside the Basilica on the very top of the dome. What a view of Rome! Make your way back down to the piazza in front of St. Peters. In the piazza, you will walk right by the Vatican post office. Stop in and purchase a post card and a stamp and mail yourself a souvenir.

Walk to the nearby train station and grab a train back to Civitavecchia, your port city.

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Naples, Italy:

Choices include Herculaneum, Pompeii, Mt. Vesuvius, and the island of Capri. How can you not choose to visit Mt. Vesuvius and Pompeii? We took the Disney excursion to Vesuvius and Pompeii. We had a blast, and our pizza lunch was great.

Remember, Naples is the birthplace of pizza.

Valletta, Malta:

The Disney Magic docks right by the capital city, Valletta ; it is about a half mile walk to the center of town.

Even closer is a hop-on, hop-off tour bus that visits the Tarxien Temples, the Blue Grotto, and Hagar Qim.

I suggest skipping the Tarxien Temples. They were quite a walk from the bus stop and the two temple complexes at Hagar Qim are more impressive. Also, this will permit you to get back to Valletta in time to see the Cathedral, which closes at 4:00.

Take the hop-on, hop-off tour bus, visit the Blue Grotto and Hagar Qim, then walk around Valletta.

Enjoy your last day at sea as you head back to Barcelona.
I swear you could do marketing or sales for DCL. DH and I were sitting around earlier today, watching Iron Man 2. Scene about the Grand Prix at Monte Carlo comes on...we start talking about DCL's Med itineraries...I start researching Med on disboards, I read THIS post - specifically your description of Rome and even more specifically the Sistine Chapel and St. Peter's Basilica....and now I'm ~$5k lighter in the wallet and am reserved for May 31, 2014. We were going to do Aulani, or possibly EBPC.
Thank you SO much for the time and detail you included in this post. I'll be referring to it a TON as we plan our trip.
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Does anyone have any opinions/experiences on the NCL Jade?

We're on the Magic in just a few weeks, but I got an email today about a KSF on the NCL Jade for this winter. We put a deposit down (b/c apparently I've lost my mind) because the price just can't be beat. The itinerary is to Greece & Turkey (which we really wanted to do w/Disney this summer, but couldn't afford). I have the last of my airline miles and so I"m considering it. Don't feel like starting a whole new thread to avoid the debate.

Just would like to know whether anyone has cruised the NCL Jade, specifically to Europe. Thnx.
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Does anyone have any opinions/experiences on the NCL Jade?

We're on the Magic in just a few weeks, but I got an email today about a KSF on the NCL Jade for this winter. We put a deposit down (b/c apparently I've lost my mind) because the price just can't be beat. The itinerary is to Greece & Turkey (which we really wanted to do w/Disney this summer, but couldn't afford). I have the last of my airline miles and so I"m considering it. Don't feel like starting a whole new thread to avoid the debate.

Just would like to know whether anyone has cruised the NCL Jade, specifically to Europe. Thnx.
I have not but my TA has and we are looking at it for 2014. She was positive about it
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I have not but my TA has and we are looking at it for 2014. She was positive about it
We sailed on the Norwegian Pearl through the Panama Canal. The Pearl is a sister ship to the Jade (both are in the Jewel Class).

We were very very pleased with the Pearl, and would not hesitate to book another Jewel Class cruise.

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We sailed on the Norwegian Pearl through the Panama Canal. The Pearl is a sister ship to the Jade (both are in the Jewel Class).

We were very very pleased with the Pearl, and would not hesitate to book another Jewel Class cruise.

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Thanks. We cruise for the food. How does the MDR and quick service food compare to DCL? We don't plan on doing specialty dining (maybe just 1, if there are 2-for-1 dining specials on board).

(I've read that service isn't all warm and fuzzy, which is fine with me.)
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Thanks. We cruise for the food. How does the MDR and quick service food compare to DCL? We don't plan on doing specialty dining (maybe just 1, if there are 2-for-1 dining specials on board).

(I've read that service isn't all warm and fuzzy, which is fine with me.)
IMO, some dishes were better than DCL, and others not as good.

Some highlights: chicken wings at Blue Lagoon (24 hour cafe), several flavors of hand scooped ice cream at the buffet, fresh crepes made to order in the buffet at dinner.

As for service, it's not Disney.

YMMV.

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I'm planning out our 2 precruise days in Barcelona.

Our hotel stay comes with a free 1-day HOHO ticket pp.

Do you think I will need a 2-day metro travelcard? Or just a T-10 card will suffice? I probably shoulda ordered the travelcard last month since it's only 3 Euro shipping but now it might be too late....the TMB doesn't ship T-10 cards. What do you think?
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We are just back from an ncl med cruise. Let me know if you have any questions. Stayed three days in Barcelona. Beautiful city. Used Romeinlimo in all three italy cities. Amazing. Did other cities except Ephesus on our own. Ran into Rick Steeves in Ephesus!!!.
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Now I am concerned. The T-10 ticket should be easy enough to buy on arrival, shouldn't it? That is what I was counting on.
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Now I am concerned. The T-10 ticket should be easy enough to buy on arrival, shouldn't it? That is what I was counting on.
It should be and I've read that it's available in the automated machines. I only wanted the 2day before arrival since we'll have a group of 9 ppl and I didn't want everyone meandering around the metro station getting our tix. 3 euro would have been cheap for shipping.
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