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Priced at only $443 per person, we jumped at the chance to cruise from China to main ports of call in Japan on the Quantum of the Seas 7 Nights Asia cruise. It is clear that this ship is well maintained, and there’s plenty of stuff to do for adults and kids. We loved the sky-diving experience, surf simulator, rock climbing wall, and bumper cars during our days cruising between ports. We left the kids with the youth team to enjoy different programs and were able to enjoy the adults-only parts of the ship, like the solarium pool and ...
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The Celebrity Reflection Caribbean cruise is the cruise line’s newest and largest ship, and it really sets itself apart. This cruise was great for our family, with plenty of activities for the adults and kids to choose from. The Game On center had a bunch of flat-screen table games, and we all loved the zip lines, rock climbing walls, and bumper cars. The pool was also awesome, with plenty of room and chairs for everyone to get comfortable. Whenever we were hungry, we headed to one of the 13 restaurants, and we could all choose what we wanted. Our ...
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This Caribbean cruise may be more expensive than others, but it is, after all, a Disney cruise. My family had never been on a cruise before, and this was an ideal first trip. Also, our kids have food allergies, which is always challenging when traveling. The chef and servers of the Disney Fantasy cruise were the best. The servers moved with us wherever we chose to dine so we never had to repeat our needs. The chef even made us special dishes that were so delicious! They made us all feel special.
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