Disney Cruise Line Archive

Remy Review

Remy is a fine dining restaurant aboard the Dream and Fantasy Disney Cruise Line ships, available to book as a premium experience. In this review, we’ll share food photos, thoughts on our experience, whether Remy is worth the money, and how it compares to other Disney restaurants. As noted, Remy costs extra–even more than Palo–which

Star Wars Day at Sea: Better Than Expected

Star Wars Day at Sea is Disney Cruise Line’s celebration of adventures and characters from the saga on special 7-night Disney Fantasy sailings, usually during historically off-season sailings. We just got back from a Eastern Caribbean DCL voyage, and thought we’d share thoughts on the experience from last week. Before we get to editorializing, let’s

Disney Cruise Line Without Kids?

For many adults without kids, “Disney” is a loaded term. When it comes to Disney Cruise Line, many people have a misconception that the ship will be filled with families at best, and overrun with packs of unsupervised children at worst. In this post, we thought we’d discuss the reality of cruising with Disney as

Tiana’s Place Restaurant Review

Tiana’s Place is a table service restaurant themed to Princess and the Frog featuring meet & greet characters and a live band aboard Disney Cruise Line. During our Alaska sailing aboard the Disney Wonder, we had the chance to dine at Tiana’s Place a couple of times, and thought we’d share some food photos, impressions of the