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Old 04-05-2013, 04:07 AM   #136
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We are just bringing DD holiday dresses - her Christmas one didn't look Christmasy -and I might pick up another on sale. I suspect the evenings will be too cold still for shorts, so on the other nights DD will wear jeggings and leggings with a cute top. We live in the Bay Area and are used to freezing in the summer.
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Aloha Everyone.....
I am new to the DIS boards and sooo glad to find this. We are so excited to go on the Wonder to Alaska on 6/17. It will be my DH, DS-3 yr, myself and 2 friends with us. My DH and I have been on 3 other cruises to Alaska and just love it.

I heard about the fish extenders and hope we can be apart of that. That sounds like a great thing to do especially for the kids...

Hope to get other 3 year olds together since it will be just my son going with us. It will be great for him to make some friends around his age.

Also, I was disappointed that there will not be a pirate night. I was getting so excited about that but they are doing the Pixar pals instead. My DH said we should get a bunch of us together and do a pirate night anyways.....lol.

Much Aloha to you all......
You just officially replaced me as the Alaska cruise expert on this thread - I've only been on ONE! lol I told someone last night who had been twice that I feel I could do this itenerary at least three or four more times and not get tired of it. So much to see and do in every port!

We will have two 3 year olds in our party - my daughter Izzy and her little buddy Paige. We'll have to meet up in the kids' club or something so they can all hang out! Though my husband has a strict "no dating until she's 35" ploicy...

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Awesome!! Did everyone get what they wanted? I sure hope so!

Welcome!!

It's getting closer I took the day off yesterday since my DS is out of school for Spring Break and we organized some things and got our "cruise container" ready. We put our lanyards, NorthFace jackets, small travel items, etc. in there so we feel we are getting prepared now.

Just curious - with this talk of Pixar Night instead of Pirate night - have you all decided you're not bringing any pirate items? Any suggestions for the Pixar night? I'm thinking my DS can just wear a shirt but that doesn't seem as festive and I'm not sure what, if anything, the adults might do? I'm betting we'll still see a bunch of pirates running around since DCL hasn't really reached out to let people know!

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They did, for the most part. Palo is always tricky with parties of four or more, especially when the parties span THREE DIFFERENT CC CATEGORIES. So we decided we are all going to Palo on Tracy Arm night, just at different times. It's officially "date night"

Brunch will be a bit trickier but I think if we keep watching every day it will work itself out. Worst case scenario, we go to Palo when we board. I've never not been able to fix brunch so all parties sit at the same table.

All excursions are good! We are booked! Now we wait....won't be long now, will it?

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Ok, so here's my first question - how do families with little ones deal with formal and semi-formal nights? Do all the main dining rooms require the dress code and even the little ones. I also read that regular dress code is no shorts, so the little ones also cannot wear shorts? We live in shorts here, so its a whole new wardrobe for us! lol I'm also guessing that we are not realizing how cold it will be.....
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We are just bringing DD holiday dresses - her Christmas one didn't look Christmasy -and I might pick up another on sale. I suspect the evenings will be too cold still for shorts, so on the other nights DD will wear jeggings and leggings with a cute top. We live in the Bay Area and are used to freezing in the summer.
I totally second this. The dress code technically *is* no shorts, but I have seen people in the dining room ON FORMAL NIGHT in jean shorts and t-shirts. The only place I've ever seen anyone turned away for dress code was Palo - a woman was sent to change because she was wearing jeans. They were dressy jeans, but clearly jeans nonetheless. She was very gracious about it.

We usually just grab something from the closet for Izzy but this year she totally sprouted up and nothing fits her now! So we decided, because her Belle dress from our first go-around in Alaska is too small, we are going to buy her a new princess dress onboard for formal night. I got a dress on clearance at Target for semi-formal. I'm not worried about any of the other nights, because her regular clothes should suffice - leggings, tutus, jeans and cute tops, etc.

Hope that helps!
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You just officially replaced me as the Alaska cruise expert on this thread - I've only been on ONE! lol I told someone last night who had been twice that I feel I could do this itenerary at least three or four more times and not get tired of it. So much to see and do in every port!

We will have two 3 year olds in our party - my daughter Izzy and her little buddy Paige. We'll have to meet up in the kids' club or something so they can all hang out! Though my husband has a strict "no dating until she's 35" ploicy...



They did, for the most part. Palo is always tricky with parties of four or more, especially when the parties span THREE DIFFERENT CC CATEGORIES. So we decided we are all going to Palo on Tracy Arm night, just at different times. It's officially "date night"

Brunch will be a bit trickier but I think if we keep watching every day it will work itself out. Worst case scenario, we go to Palo when we board. I've never not been able to fix brunch so all parties sit at the same table.

All excursions are good! We are booked! Now we wait....won't be long now, will it?





I totally second this. The dress code technically *is* no shorts, but I have seen people in the dining room ON FORMAL NIGHT in jean shorts and t-shirts. The only place I've ever seen anyone turned away for dress code was Palo - a woman was sent to change because she was wearing jeans. They were dressy jeans, but clearly jeans nonetheless. She was very gracious about it.

We usually just grab something from the closet for Izzy but this year she totally sprouted up and nothing fits her now! So we decided, because her Belle dress from our first go-around in Alaska is too small, we are going to buy her a new princess dress onboard for formal night. I got a dress on clearance at Target for semi-formal. I'm not worried about any of the other nights, because her regular clothes should suffice - leggings, tutus, jeans and cute tops, etc.

Hope that helps!
By all means, I am not the cruise expert. We haven't really done much of the really expensive shore excursions. Coming from Hawaii where its mostly summer all year 'round we just love the "change" of scenery. We love snow and just love the beauty of Alaska. We could do this cruise over and over and never get tired of it. (plus I am an independent travel agent)

I just love your husbands policy. I read the 35 first and then saw the inches....that was very cute. We definitely need to get together, especially at the kids club.

Do you know how to start the FE...we need to get that going soon huh? I am willing to take charge but I have never done it before so if anyone can give me some guidance...maybe I should've started another message on this one?
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Old 04-05-2013, 08:42 PM   #139
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By all means, I am not the cruise expert. We haven't really done much of the really expensive shore excursions. Coming from Hawaii where its mostly summer all year 'round we just love the "change" of scenery. We love snow and just love the beauty of Alaska. We could do this cruise over and over and never get tired of it. (plus I am an independent travel agent)

I just love your husbands policy. I read the 35 first and then saw the inches....that was very cute. We definitely need to get together, especially at the kids club.

Do you know how to start the FE...we need to get that going soon huh? I am willing to take charge but I have never done it before so if anyone can give me some guidance...maybe I should've started another message on this one?
Actually his policy is 35 years old....she's about 39 inches tall
I am only 5'3" but my husband is 6'1" so I figure by the time she's 8 I'll be standing on a stool to scold her.

Someone else mentioned fish extenders....I don't think we'll be doing them this time, just to save on luggage space. But they are lots of fun.
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Actually his policy is 35 years old....she's about 39 inches tall
I am only 5'3" but my husband is 6'1" so I figure by the time she's 8 I'll be standing on a stool to scold her.

Someone else mentioned fish extenders....I don't think we'll be doing them this time, just to save on luggage space. But they are lots of fun.
I like the 35"....we are almost similar. I am 5'2" and my husband is 6'1.

Bummers that you won't be participating in the FE. I'm looking forward to it, I hope someone will help me organize it though.

Just finished my online check in....boy do they ask a lot of ????
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Aloha again from Hawaii....

Does anyone on this thread know how to start the FE...Fish Extenders. I am willing to learn how to organize it or help anyone as I am new to all this. It sounds like a fun thing to do. Please help!!!
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Old 04-06-2013, 03:11 PM   #142
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I would have thought that DCL will make some kind of announcement about the Pixar themed night on the Alaska cruises before the first one sets sail in May

As you rightly say, if they don't, everyone will turn up with Pirate costumes!

I am guessing that there will be lots of Pixar characters roaming the ship

Perhaps we should all be modelling Mosters Inc University Ts and cheerleader pom poms
Lol - I agree! BTW, I love your Monsters Inc University idea! TOO CUTE Now if I could get DH to go along with the pom poms!

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Hi, my family will be on this cruise and just trying to get a feel of what to expect. This is our first DISNEY cruise! I'm soooo excited. I have a ton of questions so I'll be back with them a little later. Just wanted to say "Aloha" from Maui!
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Hi everyone*waves*

First time cruiser and Disney adventures too! My DH has been on a Disney Cruise before. A little about our trip: we are going with 12 family members (my in laws) and will be traveling with our DD who will be almost 16 months when we set sail. We all love to have a good time, my sister in law is 11 and our cousin is ~12 everyone else are adults. Super excited! I am looking for fun ways to include everyone from gma to DD to the 21 year old.
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Sadly I stayed up to midnight the night we were able to book excursions, and kept thinking to myself...I know I am up for a reason...then couldn't figure it out so I went to sleep. I woke up the next morning in a panic, because I remembered why and rushed to the computer. Luckily the excursions we were hoping for were there...whew.
OMG - I giggled when I read this - so funny and sorry you panicked! I'm glad you got everything you wanted!
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Yes! I did. I have driven myself crazy, but I booked it all. Palo brunch for our first sea day, and Palo dinner on day six. Also got my spa appt and our excursions.

Now I'm trying to prepay some stuff like hotels. I'm drawn to the idea that I could get on a plane and not worry about money or budgets for ten days.

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WOOHOO! Glad you got what you wanted too! Yes, I hear ya! I ended up having to pay for "everything" basically in one night! Since I moved our DCL reservation from 2014 to 2013 I had to PIF the rest on the spot since the PIF date had just passed but luckily I had already started chunking away at it. Then, I booked airfare that night (had to PIF) and then hotel as well which naturally had to be PIF! GOOD GRAVY! I agree, it will be nice to know it's all paid for ahead of time and no surprises except for the KTTW bill!

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They did, for the most part. Palo is always tricky with parties of four or more, especially when the parties span THREE DIFFERENT CC CATEGORIES. So we decided we are all going to Palo on Tracy Arm night, just at different times. It's officially "date night"

Brunch will be a bit trickier but I think if we keep watching every day it will work itself out. Worst case scenario, we go to Palo when we board. I've never not been able to fix brunch so all parties sit at the same table.

All excursions are good! We are booked! Now we wait....won't be long now, will it?
Glad it worked out for you guys, for the most part at least! Yep, now we wait but I think it's going to go by fast. I was thinking, now that my son's Spring Break is over on Monday, the next vacation is Alaska and we "only" have two more months to go before school is out and Alaska! We are so excited!
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Aloha again from Hawaii....

Does anyone on this thread know how to start the FE...Fish Extenders. I am willing to learn how to organize it or help anyone as I am new to all this. It sounds like a fun thing to do. Please help!!!
I'm thinking I would love join in the fish extender group. I have 10 in my party, the youngest is 10. Let me know if you hear of anyone organizing it.
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Good grief! Why is everything so expensive?

I'm making plans for our time in Vancouver. The short list includes walking around Canada Place and down to Olympic torch, visiting Stanley Park, Granville Island and the Vancouver Aquarium. So most of this is free, but the aquarium tickets just went up to $65 for the three of us.

I was just looking into Capilano bridge and that would cost about another $76!

What put me over the edge was the price of the hop on/hop off bus. The family rate for one day is 90 bucks! It might be a bargain compared to taxis - still haven't checked prices on those.

The Science Center would also run a small fortune.

Living where I live, I am no stranger to high prices, but dang!
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whew....got the final payment over with...and now just a few more weeks until we can book our excursions!
I have been trying not to obsess about the excursions too far ahead, but I think it is now official obsession time!
I hope to set up a FE exchange if anyone is interested. In the mean time, off to do some research!!

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Hi there! Wondering if you we're organizing a fish extender group. I would love to be a part of one. Thanks!
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Good grief! Why is everything so expensive?

I'm making plans for our time in Vancouver. The short list includes walking around Canada Place and down to Olympic torch, visiting Stanley Park, Granville Island and the Vancouver Aquarium. So most of this is free, but the aquarium tickets just went up to $65 for the three of us.

I was just looking into Capilano bridge and that would cost about another $76!

What put me over the edge was the price of the hop on/hop off bus. The family rate for one day is 90 bucks! It might be a bargain compared to taxis - still haven't checked prices on those.

The Science Center would also run a small fortune.

Living where I live, I am no stranger to high prices, but dang!
I hear ya! We are trying to balance it all out. We will definitely explore Canada Place and the area near by for "free" and my DS really wants to go to the Lions Gate bridge and he would ideally love to be on top of it when one of the other cruise ships leaves in the days ahead of ours. Not sure about it but we shall see. Stanley Park seems like a must do but I'd prefer to walk there if it wasn't too far? I think I had read somewhere else it was about a 20 min walk from Canada Place so I'll have to check on that.

I ended up adding another excursion for us last night. We had planned to do Mendenhall Glacier on our own to save a few bucks, but I do like the idea of staying with DCL and having it all arranged for us and the tour I looked at also included a stop at the salmon hatchery and small aquarium in Juneau and it wasn't that much more if we had done solo. SO - booked it! I actually liked that it leaves around 7:45am so we don't "waste" the day away

That reminds me - to the previous Alaskan cruisers - for the early days we get into port, will there be warm breakfast available? On the Caribbean cruises I've been on, we always arrived to ports after breakfast had opened so it wasn't big deal but I'm thinking all the ports have an early arrival, with the exception of Ketchikan. So if we arrive in Skagway at 7:15am and the excursion is 7:15am, will they open for breakfast earlier to accommodate folks?

Thanks,

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I hear ya! We are trying to balance it all out. We will definitely explore Canada Place and the area near by for "free" and my DS really wants to go to the Lions Gate bridge and he would ideally love to be on top of it when one of the other cruise ships leaves in the days ahead of ours. Not sure about it but we shall see. Stanley Park seems like a must do but I'd prefer to walk there if it wasn't too far? I think I had read somewhere else it was about a 20 min walk from Canada Place so I'll have to check on that.

That reminds me - to the previous Alaskan cruisers - for the early days we get into port, will there be warm breakfast available? On the Caribbean cruises I've been on, we always arrived to ports after breakfast had opened so it wasn't big deal but I'm thinking all the ports have an early arrival, with the exception of Ketchikan. So if we arrive in Skagway at 7:15am and the excursion is 7:15am, will they open for breakfast earlier to accommodate folks?

Thanks,

Heather
So I had map quested the walk from Canada Place to Stanley Park, and it probably is about twenty minutes to get to the gate. To walk all the way to the aquarium is a couple of miles. DD could probably handle it one way. It is about a ten dollar cab fare one way. It looks like the trolley doesn't start running until June 21.

I hope they serve hot breakfast in port. We are NOT early risers. We booked late morning and early afternoon excursions. I don't want to be a cranky yell machine on vacation.
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We would also like to participate in the fish extenders. There is just the 3 of us. Our DD is 11.
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Good grief! Why is everything so expensive?

I'm making plans for our time in Vancouver. The short list includes walking around Canada Place and down to Olympic torch, visiting Stanley Park, Granville Island and the Vancouver Aquarium. So most of this is free, but the aquarium tickets just went up to $65 for the three of us.

I was just looking into Capilano bridge and that would cost about another $76!

What put me over the edge was the price of the hop on/hop off bus. The family rate for one day is 90 bucks! It might be a bargain compared to taxis - still haven't checked prices on those.

The Science Center would also run a small fortune.

Living where I live, I am no stranger to high prices, but dang!
I think you can find plenty of neat things to do for free. Even walking through parts of Stanley Park are neat. The beach is pretty cool. It was funny for this Florida girl to see trees washed up all over the beach, and rocks! Rocks on beaches! Unheard of....

I downloaded a free iPad app called triposo - it's pretty much like having a travel guide to almost any city you can think of. Search Vancouver and tons of stuff pops up, it might help

Alaska is in there too - not each city, just one entry for the state! But it's informative. Lots of great ideas!

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I hear ya! We are trying to balance it all out. We will definitely explore Canada Place and the area near by for "free" and my DS really wants to go to the Lions Gate bridge and he would ideally love to be on top of it when one of the other cruise ships leaves in the days ahead of ours. Not sure about it but we shall see. Stanley Park seems like a must do but I'd prefer to walk there if it wasn't too far? I think I had read somewhere else it was about a 20 min walk from Canada Place so I'll have to check on that.

I ended up adding another excursion for us last night. We had planned to do Mendenhall Glacier on our own to save a few bucks, but I do like the idea of staying with DCL and having it all arranged for us and the tour I looked at also included a stop at the salmon hatchery and small aquarium in Juneau and it wasn't that much more if we had done solo. SO - booked it! I actually liked that it leaves around 7:45am so we don't "waste" the day away

That reminds me - to the previous Alaskan cruisers - for the early days we get into port, will there be warm breakfast available? On the Caribbean cruises I've been on, we always arrived to ports after breakfast had opened so it wasn't big deal but I'm thinking all the ports have an early arrival, with the exception of Ketchikan. So if we arrive in Skagway at 7:15am and the excursion is 7:15am, will they open for breakfast earlier to accommodate folks?

Thanks,

Heather
Ok - bear with me for this one. You'll need a map of Vancouver. Take this one, for example. We were staying pretty much in the center of square C3. One day we walked from the apartment to the launch for Granville Island (F3), and then all around Granville Island, and then back to the apartment. With a toddler in a stroller. Another day we walked to and from the aquarium (A4) IN THE RAIN with a toddler in a stroller. And it was fine! We took our time and made a day of it. The only time we were in a car or cab was to and from the airport, and getting from the apartment to the cruise terminal (because of the luggage....otherwise we could have easily walked it).

Maybe that will give you some scale?

I am having a hard time remembering what time breakfast was open, to be honest. I know you CAN order room service, it starts pretty early. Might be worth checking out a TR with navigators from last year's cruises. And the buffet does have plenty of hot food items available...again, depends what time it opens....but I'm sure you can get something before your 7:15 start time. Also keep in mind you are not meeting at the train at 7:15, you're meeting onboard at 7:15 and headed to the train together. So that gives you a little wiggle room

Hope that helps!
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I checked last Year's navigators and it looks like full breakfast on port days. Goofy's Galley opened at six, while the buffet and Parrot Cay opened at 6:30.

Erica, I am going to check out that app. Thanks!
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