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Wander project Disney Cruise Line

Our 5th day at Disney we transitioned to the Disney Cruise line, in particular, the only ship they had in service then The Magic.  One of the many, of my all-time favorite stories about my daughter. My wife spent an lot of time explaining to my daughter about the cool kids club on the Disney Cruise. She, my daughter, announced every single day we were in the parks that she was not going to the club. She was adamant that she was not going.

As we began to pull out of the harbor, my wife and daughter went on the tour of the kids club. There was the promise of swimming if my daughter would at least take the tour. That was the last time we saw her during the day for the rest of the cruise. She loved the kids club on the Disney Magic. From the Dinosaur dig to the many activities we only saw her at dinner time the rest of the cruise. Sometimes when you are the older sister of twins, you need some time to not be the big sister of a twin.

It was wonderful as a parent letting her have that time. She had a blast. But, the images here are of the first day. She literally would take the tour with my wife shortly after the images you see. These, in particular, areas we boarded, had lunch and prepared to pull out into the Atlantic Ocean. Disney is a wonderful cruise if you have kids. First, because the kids are used to the characters if you got the park first (there wasn’t screaming now, just hiding from them) but also relaxing for the adults!

On the Disney Magic~!

Getting ready to go!

Harbor picture

Happy kid, she wasn't going to go the kid's club. We didn't see her for three days becuase she never left the kids club!

I love boats.

Boats!

Still in the harbor

starting to pull away from the dock

on the way!

same picture, not sure why I took 2

What do you think?

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Written by DocAndersen

I am a long time blogger and technology poster.I focus on what is possible, but I also try to see what is coming. In recent years I have been focused on sharing the memories of my family, as part of my Family History Project.

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