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About gometros

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  1. SInce the DVC Member Cruise tends to bring on some high quality guests, I wouldn't be surprised if they are reserved for them. When we did the cruise in 2015 to Canada, guests/speakers included Joe Rohdi, Pablo Hidalgo, Don Hahn, Auli'i Cravalho, then DVC President Ken Potrock, four Disney broadway stars and I'm sure I'm leaving out a few more. I don't know where they stayed, but I'm willing to bet it wasn't crew quarters 🤣 I'm jealous. We've done Alaska on another line, but if I had the time, I'd love to do it on the DVC member cruise. Enjoy it. And if you're a photographer, you're really going to love it.
  2. People who cruise out of PC either stay in Disney World or around the port. If you choose to stay in Disney World, there is no added benefit of tying it in with a cruise, but you can use Disney transportation to get to and from the airport to the hotel (Magical Express - free) and from the hotel to the port for a fee.
  3. We love the aft balconies. Have 9174 booked for a cruise this October. The verandas are huge and you get two chairs and two loungers. You can't go wrong with any of those choices.
  4. This should help https://disneycruiselineblog.com/menus/drink-menus/
  5. Glad to see this thread. I just read about this. We have a cruise on DCL in October that stops in Antigua and was wondering if other cruise lines would be following suit.
  6. Arthur explained it pretty thoroughly. Yeah, only difference is deck location. Size and layout are the same. Btw, one really nice thing about most DCL staterooms (with the exception of some lower category and HA rooms), they all have a split bath, one with sink and toilet and the other with bath/shower and sink.
  7. Itineraries are usually released around 18 months in advance. Booking windows open a few days after.
  8. We played with chips in O'Gills on the WBTA this past September. We only played tournament style (i.e. $10 buy in, winner takes all) and any monies involved were handled discreetly.
  9. I've seen some of the early quotes for the European cruises. 9 day Greek Isles for two adults in a veranda is around $11k! I love Disney, but if I were going to do Europe, I'd look into other cruise lines.
  10. It's not about saving money. It's about saving the environment. I'm all for it.
  11. How can you call yourself a beer snob if you drink it from cans hahaha
  12. It will show your booked activities, and you can mark activities as your favorites, but I don't recall whether they are shared.
  13. We did Alaska on Princess (my only regret is that we didn't have time to do what you are doing, tacking on the 4 days before to see Denali), To be honest, other than the entertainment, we loved it. I especially loved the any time dining. And with an Alaska cruise being so port intensive, you won't really mind the entertainment. Enjoy.
  14. There are laundry facilities on the ship. Also, at what resort are you staying? They may have laundry facilities as well. Shore excursions are charged at the time of the cruise, not before. You may cancel your port adventure booking up to 3 days prior to cruise departure date.
  15. Glad you answered this. I thought it was free, but not having run it, I couldn't be sure.
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