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About angelinaxox1

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    Princess, RCCL, Disney, Carnival and NCL
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    Alaska and Scandinavia

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  1. This is definitely true. I just got off the Magic on Sunday. We were traveling for my parents' 60th wedding anniversary. I called Disney beforehand to inquire about it and to have it marked on our reservation (although I am not sure it this was necessary or not). The morning of our Castaway Cay day, we called down to Guest Services and were told they would make sure that a golf cart was called and would take all of us together. We just had to let them know when we were ready to head ashore. We did that and when we got off the ship we had to wait a little bit, but sure enough a golf cart came and picked us up. It took us all the way to Serenity Bay. When we were done for the day, we went to the beach rentals booth there and they called for the golf cart to pick us up. If it were not for the golf cart, there was no way my parents could have gotten off the ship. The first tram spot was too far to walk to, which we unfortunately learned from a previous experience. I am so grateful how helpful guest services was in arranging the golf cart this time as it allowed my parents to enjoy the day at Castaway Cay.
  2. Yes, Tiana appears in Tiana's and Rapunzel and Flynn Ryder appear in Rapunzel's. We have had luck in getting a table for just my party size in all my cruises except my third Disney cruise which was my honeymoon. I went to the headwaiter when I first boarded the ship and after the first night at dinner we were switched to a table for two. We have been successful all the other times with different numbers of people in our party. Most of my cruises, I book close to the cruise sail date including two cruises that we booked only a couple of weeks out and even then we were able to get a table for just us. I always make sure I head to wherever the dining people are set up the first day of the cruise to verify that we have our own table. We always have late seating, though. After years of sitting with others at dinner on cruises, I have moved on to just wanting private tables and have never felt like our tables were to close to any other table.
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