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Before I left for the media preview Fantasy Cruise last month, I did some price comparison. While my husband, oldest and I have all cruised multiple times, I have yet to take our youngest. And I feel really badly about that. But to be honest with both the wheelchair and autism hurdles to overcome with him, I just have never been quite sure how he would do. Since he is such a Disney fan I always thought that his first cruise would probably work best on a Disney ship. Every time I went to book one though two things stopped me: the price and the fact that they always seemed sold out of the itineraries we wanted.
- Fireworks. Disney is the only line allowed to shoot fireworks off the ship. One night, the Dream passed us and we stopped as they shot off a whole fireworks show for us, and we returned the favor by doing the same for them. It was a fun night and was interesting to see all the other cruise lines in the area pull in close enough to get a glimpse at the shooting sister ships.
- The nightclub areas for adults had amazing themes such as London Tubes, Irish Pubs, and a Skyline that constantly changed scenery.
- Soda is free and is easy to get. All of the food on board was above what I expected to find and allergy options were clearly marked