1. Very Merrytime Cruise Documents – Disney Wonder

    In two weeks time, we will be boarding our fourth Disney cruise. We never originally planned to do another cruise so soon after our Halloween on the High Seas cruise on the Disney Dream back in September 2016 but sometimes these things are meant to be and happen for a reason. We will be returning to the Disney Wonder (the first Disney ship we ever sailed on) for one of her Very Merrytime sailings from Galveston in Texas.

    It was still just as exciting when our cruise documents arrived a few weeks ago as it was the first time we received them back in 2013. As always, each booklet contains two luggage tags per person inside to attach to your bags on embarkation day.

    Inside the booklet is all the information you could want to know about your cruise and I still read it all from cover to cover.


    We have nothing booked in Cozumel, Grand Cayman or Falmouth as we have plans to walk around, take photos and have a relaxed time in each of the ports. We also have three sea days to look forward to. Once again we have booked to have brunch in Palo as we enjoy it so much.


    As on all of our previous cruises, we have not prepaid our gratuities (as we do not see any benefit in doing so) as we allow them to auto-charge to the credit card that we have already registered during the online check in process. We also have $200 onboard credit to spend as we booked this cruise (originally as a placeholder) onboard the Disney Dream last year.

    I have always wanted to sail onboard a Very Merrytime Cruise as I love anything Christmassy and Disney. I cannot wait to see the lighting of the Christmas tree in the atrium on the first night or the Winter Wonderland Ball and I am so excited to see all the characters in their Christmas costumes.

    See ya real soon Disney Wonder!

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