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Old 05-21-2010, 11:46 PM
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Cruises are a popular way to see the world and cheap cruises can be had without breaking your budget. For family cruising is the best way to spend holidays and Disney land is the best destination for kid's there they enjoy a lot with the Disney characters.
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Old 08-05-2010, 06:47 PM
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Planning on taking a Caribbean cruise with my kids ages 8,10 & 12 in february. I haven't booked anything yet. Anybody with any tips or suggestions?
If price is a determining factor, compare the difference between cruise lines and the difference in price for the balcony and interior rooms choice versus booking one larger suite - it may surprise you.

Also, if you end up in Puerto Rico, I totally suggest you take the kids on the Segway Tour of Old San Juan. They are so much fun and the tour guide offers great information. The segways are easy to master and you can save your energy to enjoy the site seeing.

Have fun and make lots of great family memories!

Peace,

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