First timer's learnings - Galveston, Magic, sailing

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  1. kimwhitt93

    kimwhitt93 Mouseketeer

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    Were you on the Magic? If so, I didn't know they did spa services for young girls.



     
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  3. jlynch924

    jlynch924 Mousin' Around

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    Yes, we were on Magic. They had a Princess Package for girls (DD is 10) that included mani/pedi and pixie dust in the hair. It was $65. For an extra charge ($10, I think), they'd have done an updo, but since she had just gotten braided, we didn't do that part.

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  4. jlynch924

    jlynch924 Mousin' Around

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    It also included a leg and arm rubdown with some chocolate smelling lotion.

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  5. dkfogt

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    Thanks so much for posting this. Our first Disney Cruise will be on the Magic, leaving March 9th. Our girls are 4, 11 and 14 and we got late seating for dinner. I am trying to soak up all the tips now - we cannot wait.:yay:
     
  6. kimwhitt93

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    Wow, I guess I should of gone to the spa and looked. I didn't see anything on line about kids. But, I have seen the newer ships have the boutique like DW
     
  7. Sam Carre

    Sam Carre Earning My Ears

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    When in April is your cruise? We are cruising for the first time on Magic on the 6th April. Very excited. Have a wonderful cruise.:)
     
  8. suziesas

    suziesas Earning My Ears

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    We are on the same cruise! I can't wait!!!
     
  9. HollandmillerFamily

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    We dragged the coffee table in front of the door. It was kind of a pain but since we hadn't planned ahead (we were surprised there were no built-in prevention locks, too!), that was our work around. He probably could have moved it or climbed over it but by that time we would have figured out he was trying to leave. :wave:

    Good luck!
     
  10. pchyjewels

    pchyjewels Earning My Ears

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    Thank you so much for your response. I have been reading everywhere for this response. I am cruising with a 2 year old and a 3 year old. I was planning on sending the 2 year old to the nursery when the 3 year old left for Dine and Play. This may not work based on your response that the Dine and Play is only for the late dining :(

    Would you or anyone have any tips/advice for cruisers with toddlers?

    Thanks!

    **This refers back to post #13 about sending babies to nursery during dinner. I'm knew to the forum and am learning how to respond and post :)
     
  11. nzdisneymom

    nzdisneymom DIS Veteran

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    Thanks for sharing your experiences and tips.
     

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