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Old 10-14-2008, 12:38 PM   #1
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July 30, 2010 Mickey's Adventures England to Espana Cruise

Who else is going???



I will start a list of whos going and if you would like to be on it then let me know whos going.

here is the details...

LANYARDS

IT IS BLACK LANYARDS WITH RED MICKEY HEAD ...- Mickey's Magical Armada, 30 July to 7 August 2010
It is 100 limit and now
I have around 31 left and if anyone want it please contact me...
Thank you
Scottishwee35

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DW-Kel
DH -Stef
DS- age at time will be 10
DS- age at time will be 7
from Dallas TX, area
and also
DGM-Ulla
DGF- Lars
from Stockholm, Sweden
dine main

Jlawall
DW- JoAnn
DH- Ken

Bellelinus
DM -Julie
DD - ELizabeth (16)
DD - Katherine(13)
DD - Meredith (11)
from New York City
dine late

SoCalDCLFan
DW Meg
DH Joe
DS Jack (will be 14 by then)
DD Madeline (will be 12)
DD Charlotte (will be 9)
from Southern California
dine main

MVAN
We are: Marj
Chris (DF)
Katie (DF's Daughter - who will be 13)
from the Washington DC area


Tink1411
Me - Julie
DH - Jason
DS - Conor (12)
DD - Kelsey (10)
from UK

BluegrassBelles
Donna - Computer Programmer
Joan - Pharmacist
Sandy - Interior Designer
Sarah - Law student

DYLCAL
DM- Sheryl
DS- Dylan (16)
We are in Room 6575
dine late

Kennywife
DW- Anna
DH- Kenny
Tulsa, OK.
Cat 6

mndisfam
DW- Kathleen
DH -Mark
DD - Claire (will be 11)
DS- Will (will be 14)
We live in Minnesota

LynnTarrant
DW- Lynn
DH- Keith
From the UK.

RJAYL
DH- Robert
DW-Denise
DS-Allen age at time will be 17
DD-Arielle age at time will be 15
DD-Karisa age at time will be 9
DD-Shaina age at time will be 6
Dine Main

RuthB
DM-Ruth
DS- Louis age at time will be 15
DS -Noah age at time will be 2.5
Dine Main
From Oxford-England

Lil' Grumpy
and family

ScubaMickey
Mother-Daughter Trip
Shirley
Linda (Me)
From :St. Augustine, FL and Rockledge, FL
Dine Late
Cat. 7 Navigator

Scottishwee35
Me - Deborah
dh - Ian
ds - Keith will be 13
dd - Olivia will be 10
also with Deborah is:
gm- Lilian
gd- Alex
GTY 12


Piggy And Bear
Piggy (Viccie)
Bear ie DH (Mark)
DD Laura (12yrs when we cruise)
We've go late dinner seating and were from Yorkshire, England

Caven553
me - Brent (36)
DW - Lisa (35)
DD - Larissa (6)
Father in law - Ken
Mother in law - Linda
Sister in law - Laura (25)
Brother in law - Leon (30)

mkmommy
Me: Lisa
DD who will be 9
DD who will be 7.
We have main dining.
My husband is a maybe, he told me the other day he would like to go, but we


Stephen Kay
DH Stephen Kay
DW Mary Kay
DD Rachel Kay age 15

KatieG73
Katie,
Donald
Niamh Gilmour age 9
from Scotland

FloridaMel
DM - Mel
DD- Lydia (12)
from Manchester, England

MrGLWatson
Me (Gary)
Susan (my wife)
and our 4 grown up children
Nicola,
Richard,
James
and Alex
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Old 10-14-2008, 01:45 PM   #2
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Well, I booked it today, too . . . but we are not exactly getting a groundswell of enthusiasm, are we??? I loved Gibraltar and Cadiz when I did the WB TA cruise last summer, and the other ports look very interesting to me as well. It's probably the starting in Dover and ending in Barcelona that is throwing people off . . .
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Well, I booked it today, too . . . but we are not exactly getting a groundswell of enthusiasm, are we??? I loved Gibraltar and Cadiz when I did the WB TA cruise last summer, and the other ports look very interesting to me as well. It's probably the starting in Dover and ending in Barcelona that is throwing people off . . .

I agree.
I was thinking about the 12 night captial one but when I did the cost per day this one was much cheaper and still looks like good ports. But I wish on the Cherbourg port that they could have made it a late leaving so we could have enough time to go to Paris for the day. I don't think there are amy of the fast trains that go to and from Paris? are there? 3 and hafe hour drive each way to Paris makes it kind of impossible to make it back by 5:30pm and to be able to see any of Paris for the day.
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we booked a cat 4! we love the itinerary - especially Cherbourg, Vigo and Gibraltar. planning on spending 3-4 days pre-cruise in London. have enough air miles for the five of us and booked the cruise on DVC points . and still have enough points left (hopefully) to book on the new ship in 2011

plan on flying rountrip through London. will take a short flight back to London from Barcelona ($133 pp). was cheaper option than flying into London and home from Barcelona.

Disney Fan - we moved our 8/15/09 Tortola to this cruise. Hope you have a great time!!
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we booked a cat 4! we love the itinerary - especially Cherbourg, Vigo and Gibraltar. planning on spending 3-4 days pre-cruise in London. have enough air miles for the five of us and booked the cruise on DVC points . and still have enough points left (hopefully) to book on the new ship in 2011

plan on flying rountrip through London. will take a short flight back to London from Barcelona ($133 pp). was cheaper option than flying into London and home from Barcelona.

Disney Fan - we moved our 8/15/09 Tortola to this cruise. Hope you have a great time!!
Cool!!
Ok, so tell me where you got the price for $133 pp?
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I agree.
I was thinking about the 12 night captial one but when I did the cost per day this one was much cheaper and still looks like good ports. But I wish on the Cherbourg port that they could have made it a late leaving so we could have enough time to go to Paris for the day. I don't think there are amy of the fast trains that go to and from Paris? are there? 3 and hafe hour drive each way to Paris makes it kind of impossible to make it back by 5:30pm and to be able to see any of Paris for the day.
I agree - it is too bad that they didn't make Cherbourg a long day -- but with the times as posted, there is really no way to head into Paris and back and see much of anything. Last year we spent 5 days in Paris and still didn't make a dent in what we would like to see there.

The ports do look wonderful, though! I am looking into seeing Mont St Michel on the Cherbourg day -- it looks as though it could be reached in less than two hours via train. Also Cherbourg is supposed to be a charming place to just wander.
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we booked a cat 4! we love the itinerary - especially Cherbourg, Vigo and Gibraltar. planning on spending 3-4 days pre-cruise in London. have enough air miles for the five of us and booked the cruise on DVC points . and still have enough points left (hopefully) to book on the new ship in 2011

plan on flying rountrip through London. will take a short flight back to London from Barcelona ($133 pp). was cheaper option than flying into London and home from Barcelona.

Disney Fan - we moved our 8/15/09 Tortola to this cruise. Hope you have a great time!!

Oh, so you are not going on the Tortola this up coming year?
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Cool!!
Ok, so tell me where you got the price for $133 pp?
I'm not doing this, but I am guessing you could get those prices from Easyjet. We flew them from Barcelona to Paris and back last year and it was extremely inexpensive. They are sort of the Southwest of Europe . . .
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I agree - it is too bad that they didn't make Cherbourg a long day -- but with the times as posted, there is really no way to head into Paris and back and see much of anything. Last year we spent 5 days in Paris and still didn't make a dent in what we would like to see there.

The ports do look wonderful, though! I am looking into seeing Mont St Michel on the Cherbourg day -- it looks as though it could be reached in less than two hours via train. Also Cherbourg is supposed to be a charming place to just wander.


Well, that is nice to here. And then again, maybe we can swing it by just going to Paris for a few days before the cruise from London and take the train. I love London but have been there before but not have been to Paris and would love to go there!! Also Disney Paris.LOL
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Well, that is nice to here. And then again, maybe we can swing it by just going to Paris for a few days before the cruise from London and take the train. I love London but have been there before but not have been to Paris and would love to go there!! Also Disney Paris.LOL
NOW you are talking . . . last summer we did the 11 night Med, 5 nights in Paris, 5 nights in Disneyland Paris, and then back to Barcelona for the transAtlantic . . . Paris is wonderful.
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Ok, so tell me where you got the price for $133 pp?
i went to kayak.com. chose 8/8/09 as a dummy date (Sat, since we arrive on 8/7 Sat the following year). British Airways one way from Barcelona into London Heathrow. searched again just now and it says $136. this may work for us since we're using air miles. Roundtrip from LA to London in miles is 75,000. into london and home from barcelona is 107,500. difference in cash is not significant - rt to london is $1323, into london home from barcelona is $1458. if the cost from your airport is significantly different, then the flight back to london may make sense. be sure to price it as a multi-city trip. individual one-ways were a lot more.
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Oh, so you are not going on the Tortola this up coming year?
nope. we originally had 2 cruises next year - Feb Western and August Tortola. The only way we could do Europe was to move the Tortola cruise. am a bit bummed to not have a trip next summer, but at least we still have February.
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I agree - it is too bad that they didn't make Cherbourg a long day -- but with the times as posted, there is really no way to head into Paris and back and see much of anything. Last year we spent 5 days in Paris and still didn't make a dent in what we would like to see there.

The ports do look wonderful, though! I am looking into seeing Mont St Michel on the Cherbourg day -- it looks as though it could be reached in less than two hours via train. Also Cherbourg is supposed to be a charming place to just wander.
I want to go to Mont St Michel also!! DH and DS will probably want to see the DDay beaches and memorials though. maybe we split that day - DH and DS go to Omaha beach and me and 2 DDs go to Mont St Michel
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NOW you are talking . . . last summer we did the 11 night Med, 5 nights in Paris, 5 nights in Disneyland Paris, and then back to Barcelona for the transAtlantic . . . Paris is wonderful.
WOW! that's amazing!!! what a fabuluous trip. wish we could be gone that long. would love to have done a back to back or add some time in Paris. not sure if we can do both london and paris. hmmmm. good idea though, will have to investigate the possibility
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WOW! that's amazing!!! what a fabuluous trip. wish we could be gone that long. would love to have done a back to back or add some time in Paris. not sure if we can do both london and paris. hmmmm. good idea though, will have to investigate the possibility
I'm semi-embarrassed to say that I actually booked three cruises today -- the 12 night Baltic before this one, this one, and the 11 night Med following it. We will see closer to time if I am able to keep the Med one, but I am hoping to do all three! DCL really knows how to tempt me . . .
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