Discussion in 'Disney Cruise Line Forum' started by ganurse, Mar 18, 2004.
what was the most special time on the cruise for you personally?
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too many to limit it to just one:
* hearing the horn at the start of each cruise!
* watching the lunar eclipse from our veranda on our last cruise!
* spending the day at Castaway Cay - heaven on earth!
* seeing Disney Dreams for the first time...actually seeing Disney Dreams every time!
I LovED the whole thing but I guess I have to say my best moment was just like the little girl in the commercial who says"Do you mind if I don't meet you for dinner mom and dad?". ....my 2 DD's didn't want to leave the club. They asked us to come back for them in an hour or so. I was LOVING IT!!!
I also cried at the end of Disney Dreams. Am I sappy or what???
Castaway Cay - all day was the best!
I also cried at the end of Disney Dreams - what a sap!
Palo dinner and brunch were fabulous
Too many to list, but if I HAD to choose one, it'd be the Sailaway Party!
There's something so exhilerating knowing a whole week of fun, relaxation, and GOURMET FOOD awaits us, and what better way to celebrate than to be clapping, dancing and singing w/the characters and the ship pushes (or pulls?) out. The icing on the cake is hearing the ship horn at the party!
Sitting with my son and daughter on the deck watching the sun set.
Way too many to name, but I specifically remember fireworks night - seeing those fireworks out at sea with the Disney music on-board, I could barely see them with all those tears in my eyes!!
are there fireworks on every cruise? I hadn't heard about that!
I/we wish!! I think they only do fireworks on the 4th of July and on New Years.
I read somewhere that when both the Magic and Wonder were doing 3/4 night cruises that one 4th of July (sorry Britts!) they met up out in the ocean and they both shot off fireworks. Now THAT would be a sight to see!!
Watching my 22mo old DD attempt to do pushups with Goofy at the Goofy pool and our whole day at CC
* Enjoying Deck 10 and the full moon with my DH
* Watching my children have the time of their lives
* Disney Dreams (ok, I cried too..)
* No stress, no stress, no stress....
* And absolutely, Castaway Cay...the most beautiful of all of the islands
Relaxing on the beach at Castaway Cay was bliss, but watching my kids getting to experience such amazing things at such young ages (DS9 & DD 6) and their absolute joy!
Being introduced and walking into the lobby of the Magic. Hands down! Just knowing 7 days of magic officially began.
My favorite moment on the cruise was getting engaged. My fiance and I went on the Wonder last September and it was our first cruise. On the last night, we got all dressed up and went to Disney Dreams and Palo's. After dinner, we went walking around the top deck and stopped at the back of the ship. No one was around and it was somewhat dark. He got on his knee and proposed. I can't imagine the proposal any other time or place. It was perfect and I'm glad he chose to do it on the cruise on such a romantic night. We are getting married on 10/2 this year.
Getting out of bed at the crack of noon.
My job is high stress, so the opportunity to dis-engage my mind was welcomed and very much enjoyed.
Sitting on our verandah early in the morning with my DW and our 2 grandsons having juice and a bagel and cream cheese while waiting for the rest of our family to get up and go to breakfast and start our day. It doesn't get any better than that !!!
i'd have to say my favorite moment is JUST BEING THERE. sharing a disney cruise with my son and daughter is truly a magical time for me and i cherish the memories.
to hear bf say he wont board another ship unless it is owned by dcl
bf calling Palo "breathless" I've never heard him use that word for anything
watching the world glide by from our verhanda
My wife said the same thing!
Finding the hidden "treasure" that was left behind by a fellow DISer on a cruise 2 weeks before mine.
I was told where exactly to hunt for this treasure and even 2 weeks later it was still precisely where she left it
I looked forward to that treasure hunt and it made my cruise much more magical.
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