What vacation would YOU push on my DH? Please read my message below before voting!

  1. Springtime 7-day DCL cruise

  2. Springtime 3-day land (POR)/4-day cruise (same price as 7-day cruise)

  3. Un-Disney short vacation with October stay at the Wilderness Lodge

  4. Springtime 6-night stay at the Wilderness Lodge with no autumn vacation.

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  1. Dodie

    Dodie <font color=green>Survived the big crash<br><font

    Nov 10, 1999
    Check the signature. We've been to WDW multiple times in the past 8 years. DH has put his foot down. We're doing something different this year. However, I think he could be swayed IF we stayed at Wilderness Lodge (his dream).

    He has mentioned taking a "small" vacation this spring and going to WDW in October for our anniversary. He has also mentioned a cruise and, thanks to your responses, I think I can convince him of the Disney Cruiseline instead of Carnival or something like that.

    What should I DO????
  2. Michelle

    Michelle <font color=darkgreen><i>"It's like Lord of the Fl

    Apr 21, 2000
    Dodie, have you considered CRUISING in October for your anniversary? The rates will probably be lower then. I'd vote for a 7-night cruise in the Fall with a short spring vacation too. If you can't do that then I'd vote for the 7-night cruise in the spring.

    You'll love it -- good luck convincing him! :)
  3. Diz-Me

    Diz-Me Mouseketeer

    Jan 8, 2001

    DH and I have found the land/sea to be the perfect vacation for our family! We had taken two 7 day cruises (NCL and HAL) previously and found that we got a bit 'antsy' during the at sea days.

    And DH is not nearly as thrilled as myself to spend 7 days at WDW rushing around, standing in lines etc. So we decided to try the 3 day land - 4 day sea Disney vacation. And we all (DH, DD-15, DS-13 and myself) absolutely loved it. In fact we are taking another land/sea this April (4 days at WDW and 4 day DCL cruise).

    DH says he enjoys WDW much more knowing a cruise is following!:D
  4. SingingMom

    SingingMom DIS Veteran

    Jul 4, 2001
    Now, Dodie, what answer DID you think you'd get from THIS BOARD?! :D

    I have to agree with WebmasterMichelle- October 7 day cruise! The 3 or 4 day just don't due the whole "Cruise experience" justice, IMHO! Now, I know those out there who would disagree (right, Barb?! :p ) But, I know I would have been disappointed if I had to get off the ship after only 3 or 4 days!

    In Barb & Tony's case, they have multiple future trips planned at any given time, so I guess that would make up for only 3 or 4 days at one time! :)

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