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  • Cruise ships offer more dining options

    Cruise ships offer more dining options
    Cruise ships offer more dining options than ever before, with multiple restaurants offering menus and ambiance to suit various moods and tastes. Here are dining offerings on four ships, in four categories that feature at least half dozen eateries....
  • Disney Cruise Line branches out to Puerto Rico, Venice for 2014

    Disney Cruise Line branches out to Puerto Rico, Venice for 2014
    Disney Cruise Line announced its 2014 itineraries and the highlights include a return to Europe and Alaska and two new ports for departure -- Venice, Italy and San Juan, Puerto Rico. The Disney Magic will head back to Europe from May to August and sail...
  • Two years later Disney Dream still cruising with magic

    Two years later Disney Dream still cruising with magic
    Captain Jack Sparrow swings down upon the gang of pirates overtaking the ship. Swords clash before he calms the rumble and they celebrate with fireworks bursting above. Sound like a scene from the next "Pirates of the Caribbean" flick? It's actually a...
  • Disney opens second Senses spa in a year

    Disney opens second Senses spa in a year
    Disney's good at the business of making you feel like a kid again, so it's now wonder the Mouse has expanded into the rejuvenation business. So drink up Dr. Walt's elixer and make plans to head to Senses - A Disney Spa at Disney's Saratoga Springs...
  • Disney Magic named best large cruise ship by Condé Nast Traveler readers

    Disney Magic named best large cruise ship by Condé Nast Traveler readers
    Disney Cruise Line was among the top honors in the 2013 readers' poll for Top Cruise Ships in the World. The line's oldest ship, the Disney Magic, was named the No. 1 Large Cruise Ship, one of four categories in the poll results released today. Two of...
  • Disney Wonder rules on the high seas

    Disney Wonder rules on the high seas
    Now that Disney Cruise Line is sailing from Miami for the first time and offering Florida resident and other promotions, it’s more convenient and affordable than ever for local families to book their dream cruise vacation. Miami-based...
  • Behind Disney's blue name tags

    Behind Disney's blue name tags
    Pardon me for staring, young Disney World cast member. I was just admiring your name tag. I've been borderline obsessed with the white oval designators with blue engraved lettering since childhood. I used to imagine my name on one in a now-retired...
  • Love story is main attraction in 'Music Man'

    Love story is main attraction in 'Music Man'
    Notwithstanding the considerable charms of librarians — named Marian and otherwise — it's the kid who holds the emotional keys to "The Music Man," the masterful Meredith Willson musical from 1957 about a traveling con-man who, for the first...
  • Cruise ships feature a variety of dining options

    Cruise ships feature a variety of dining options
    Variety is definitely the spice of life aboard today’s cruise ships (a far cry from the dining situation in the 1970s when Jeraldine Saunders wrote her book, The Love Boats, and the subsequent movies and television series  The Love Boat based upon...
  • No need to get decked-out for cruise line dress codes

    No need to get decked-out for cruise line dress codes
    What is your preference at sea: glamorous and elegant or informal and casual? No matter what your taste in dinner attire, nowadays there is a cruise for you. Decades ago, passengers on many cruise lines needed to don tuxedoes and formal gowns for dinner...
  • A loss of 'Pride'

    A loss of 'Pride'
    Reaction to the decision by Carnival Cruise Lines to leave the Port of Baltimore next year because the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has not agreed to its proposal to use scrubbers, instead of cleaner fuel, to meet air quality requirements breaks...