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When we take our trip to Disney, our girls will be 2 and 4. I am struggling with what might be the more fun and easier trip to take - your typical stay at the Disney Property go to the parks trip or a Disney cruise, given their ages. Any advice?
- Asked by Marcia from NJ on 1/5/2009
Isn’t it grand to have such a dilemma? I’ve been in your shoes many times before, and when it comes to fun and easy, you really can’t go wrong with any Disney vacation!
That being said, I’ll be honest and will say that the Disney Cruise Line offers a level of “easy” that is really unparalleled when it comes to vacationing with preschoolers and toddlers. The unique setting of the ship allows for you to be as active or as relaxed as your children will allow you to be.
The things I love most about Disney Cruise Line in regards to my little ones are:
1.Quick, accessible, healthy dining options all day long. There is always something quick you can grab for the little ones, and having all the food included in the fare makes it much more enjoyable to encourage them to try new things.
2.A nap or quiet room is always just a few minutes away. There is nothing better than not having to tote around diaper bags and provisions. You can participate in activities, swim, eat and explore the ship knowing that you are always just minutes away from your stateroom should a diaper need changing or a meltdown ensue.
3.The personal service your family receives, in family friendly environment, is what makes the Disney Cruise Line my favorite vacation.
4.It’s no secret that cruising is not an inexpensive vacation, so if you are considering giving it a try I would suggest doing it before your youngest turns three. Disney Cruise Line offers a great flat rate for those under the age of three.
I hope this helps and good luck with your decision!