Discussion in 'Disney Cruise Line Forum' started by BCV02, Mar 30, 2006.
One of the fire stations on the Magic
Thank you GoVac
Hi Tori..I agree,when r we going? Tomorrow? I'm there
Count me in!
Here's a funny view of the ship.
Disney Magic, Grand Cayman, December 2004
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TIG_ Sounds good with me. Meet me at the port!! haha
Hope this works.... picture is from our cruise on Feb 4-11 2006
Ok it worked!!! The picture above is of my son and his new friend who we met of the cruise. We met their family the first night at dinner at they where inseparable from there. This picture is of my son, and my daughter with their new friend.
Love at first sight???!!!
Haha just playin.
That's what we said! Should we start saving for the wedding???
Cindy D. they looked like they liked it but.....it was hard forcing the kids to take pictures *everyday* with the characters. But I'd have to do it again if and when we sail....because we can relive the trip over and over again thru the pictures.
my scanner made this one interesting:
a personal favorite:
once in a lifetime event:
Those photos are defininately a gift of a lifetime. The photography crew were the Best! Not only in customer service and helping my friend Nan get ALL the photos she wanted, they are fabulous at what they do. I am more impressed every time I see what they did for you Nan. Those pictures are priceless.
You might want to. They might want to get married on a Disney Cruise!? And if they want a big wedding it will take a few years to save up! Unless your really rich..I wish I was!!!
Disney's Illustrator Donald "Ducky" Williams was onboard our Cruise...
here he is with some of his artwork
Those are both great pics!!
Ryleigh & Mickey Mouse, she just loved having her picture taken!
Wow, that's a nice big picture!
Disney Magic Mickey Pool, December 2005
You know what's funny? When Disney (or many companies for that matter) advertises they always have these perfect looking people and their perfect looking children and it actually makes you not want to go to the place, but then you see a picture like that and there are normal people and normal kids and it just makes you want to jump right in the picture! Why don't they realize that? Anyone else feel this way?
I joined a thread of who was cruising with us last year...
and learned by talking to them that we were all "normal" people.
I've always been comfortable at Disney and the cruise lines ~ime~ is no different.
Yes, this picture makes me feel like I could could jump right into it...
I can almost hear the kids and feel the sunshine
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