What a neat way to surprise your husband! He would be thrilled!Angel- sorry about the potential change. I sure hope not! BUT - This is a surprise for my husband for Christmas. I was at a Holiday Mart and they had Christmas ornaments...one was a ship is Disney colors. You could then add little Mickey heads and get names written on them, to put on the ship. Needless to say, I got one, had our names added and will wrap that up for him to open Christmas Day. I had to tell my daughter, because she wondered what the heck I was doing. This surprise stuff is fun!
Hey Mad....I know that is your husband but LOVE the name. Our daughter "knew" Alice in Wonderland at WDW for several years so we are "anything Alice" fans! And I think it is a wonderful experience for your kids!We have been booked since March as well! This will be our second Disney cruise, and we will be bringing our four children: 10, 7, 5 and 9 months at time of sailing! We might be a little ambitious, but are so so excited for this itinerary and to be able to take the kids too. My husband is fluent in Russian (full disclosure-this is madasahatters wife posting under his name), and two days in St Pete is a dream! Wow, we haven't even considered flights yet, but loving the ideas about going elsewhere in Europe and getting cheaper flights over to Copenhagen. We're excited to spend a couple extra days to see some of what Copenhagen has to offer as well, but hadnt yet decided if we should do it before or after the cruise. We're so excited to be here for all the planning and anticipation of good things to come!
Please share your tips for Copenhagen. We will be there for two days before the cruise begins. We will be looking for kid-friendly ideas as we will be touring with our son and daughter. They will be turning 8 during the first leg of our stop in London.Hi all.... first time posting but a 7-time Disney Cruiser. This will be our second European Disney cruise out of Copenhagen. We love Copenhagen so much that we plan on staying several days after the trip to tour the City. Last time we cruised out of Copenhagen, we arrived 3 days before the trip to tour around. Our daughter, now 13, wants to go back to Tivoli Gardens and ride bikes around town.... AGAIN. Can't wait to get back on the Magic!!!
I'm not a pro, as we've never been ourselves, but we've been looking at Tivolli Gardens and the Viking ship museum with our kids. We will have just a day and a half in Copenhagen after the cruise, and are hopeful we can get to both, as well as the Church of Our Lady where there is a well known Christus and 12 apostles statues. We've also heard about the zoo being great, and that there is a large Lego store, but I don't think we'll make it to those as well.Happy New Year everyone. It's 2020. For me, the countdown to the trip feels real now
Please share your tips for Copenhagen. We will be there for two days before the cruise begins. We will be looking for kid-friendly ideas as we will be touring with our son and daughter. They will be turning 8 during the first leg of our stop in London.
We were there in 2006 when my husband was friends with Mad Hatter ... hence the name ... and again in 2008-2010!Hey Mad....I know that is your husband but LOVE the name. Our daughter "knew" Alice in Wonderland at WDW for several years so we are "anything Alice" fans! And I think it is a wonderful experience for your kids!
You guys are going to be spoiled for sure for a first cruise!! What a trip to be your first!My husband and two sons will be doing our first Disney Cruise (and our first ever cruise anywhere!) on this trip. We are looking forward to the experience and any advice others have!