Dream vs. Fantasy comparisons?

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  1. Dallas_Lady

    Dallas_Lady I only work for the vacation money

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    Wondering if any of the first to sail on the Fantasy have also sailed on the Dream and if there are any notable differences that would make you prefer one over the other...
     
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  3. Florida Dreamin'

    Florida Dreamin' Mouseketeer

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    Besides the obvious (Satellite Falls, Muppet Adventure Game, Wading Pool) there were small things I noticed on the Fantasy that made it much better. The seating in almost all of the restaurants has been configured much nicer, especially Royal Court. It's also seven days, which is always a plus.

    ~ FD.
     
  4. Namsupak

    Namsupak DIS Veteran

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    There is finally seating in the Atrium. Port Adventures desk has moved so it opens up that space. There is a BBB onboard. The nursery now has a window you can peer through. The new AP show.
     
  5. Tigger&Bubba

    Tigger&Bubba DIS Veteran

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    Satellite Falls! I'm in love with Satellite Falls.:lovestruc
    In 10 previous DCL cruises, I have never even put a toe in one of the pools;:crowded: but I could spend the day at Satellite Falls.
     
  6. golfnsuch

    golfnsuch Mouseketeer

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    Aqua Lab sprinkler area is a great use of the space, located between the sports deck and the Aquaduck entrance on Deck 12. It gave my 8 year old an additional "wet" play area besides the pools. Its like Nemo's Reef but for older kids and adults.
     

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