Hi Everyone, It has been so fun to read through this thread and hear that there are so many others on our cruise who are every bit as excited as we are. First things first: EmptyLot - Anthony (31), Tiffany (29) - 9548 - Late This is the MV for both of us and Disney was the only option in our minds. We live on the west side of Orlando, about 15-minutes from WDW. I know this will make many of you jealous, so apologies in advance, but this has allowed us to spend a lot of time in our "happiest place." Many evenings, we just go down for dinner and to people-watch. The busy days and occasional long lines don't bother us, because we know that we can just come down another day. OK, OK, for those of you that are still freezing your butts off in Michigan, I'll stop. My point is that for us, it's more about the Disney atmosphere as opposed to the mad dash to take it all in. I know we are very fortunate. Tiffany and I have a long history with Disney. I spent much of my childhood in the Orlando and Tampa area, and feel like my siblings and I grew up in the various theme parks. One of the things that brought Tiffany and I together was our affection for the Disney parks. I worked up what became an elaborate marriage proposal via park-wide scavenger hunt within the MK (For the sappy among you, click here for our written accounts of the day). Our wedding wasn't Disney-themed per se, but we did hide Hidden Mickeys in things, and created Fast Passes to dismiss tables for dinner (photo here). We also had a live jazz trio that played Disney tunes throughout the reception. Since we've been married, we've been making our rounds at the WDW resorts. We spent our wedding night in a suite at the Grand Floridian (thanks to the no-charge upgrade from the CMs!). So far, we've done Wilderness Lodge (3x), Animal Kingdom Lodge, All-Star Music (clearly these are in no particular order), Polynesian, Yacht Club and the Dolphin. Wilderness Lodge is definitely our favorite, but we're big outdoorsy people anyway, so that probably makes sense. Technically, the cruise is supposed to be our 2-year anniversary celebration, but I don't think we'll be able to resist a resort stay that weekend as well, since the cruise is two weeks before the actual day. We have our sights on Port Orleans - French Quarter or a repeat of the YC. So that's us. We love to travel and do it as much as we are able. We spent 2 weeks in Europe for our honeymoon. We did some of the obvious things, like DL Paris, but also so not so obvious things like tour many of the locations shown in Epcot's "France" movie, and two days hiking around the Matterhorn. The real one. Are we fanatics? Sure, I suppose you could say that. But other than on boards like this one, we tend to stay pretty subtle about it. Disney is definitely special to us and something that we enjoy together. On a side note, we may not know much about Disney cruisin', but if you guys ever have any questions about the WDW parks or resorts, feel free to ask away. All our friends and family do, and we're passionate about helping everyone experience the very best Disney has to offer and appreciate it the way we do. Tootles for now, we'll see you on board!