So with this level of expectation in mind, how do the nightly offerings of the Disney Cruise Line hold up?
Quite well actually. I shouldn't be surprised, as Disney is an entertainment company, but sometimes they've been known to go to the well a little too often, and you're left wondering if tonight you'll be watching D4:The Mighty Ducks go to Mexico. Luckily they aimed a little higher, and except for the night that they show a new release movie, every
There's enough happening on the ship to keep you entertained through an entire season of cruises, but you've only got four days to enjoy it (You're in port for three of the days remember?) and that's if you don't spend any time sitting by the pool or playing "King of the World" at the front of the boat (You know you're going to try it, and yes, it really is windy up there.) I suppose if you really want to try and get everything in you could combine activities. I'm going to suggest you double the tequila tasting class with the karaoke night. What could possible go wrong (and end up on YouTube) there?