03 June 2013

Other Disney Magic ~ Disney Cruise Line Destination Alaska

 Welcome to those of you joining me from Joanna and her Amazing Technicolor Interwebs and those of you just hopping aboard. I am the 2nd stop on our Magical Blogorail.

Greetings from Vancouver - Disney Cruise Line Kicks off Alaska Summer SeasonOur last cruise on the Disney Magic was our first and it was a great time but, that was 12 years ago. I have been dreaming of taking another Disney Cruise every since because, of all the magical memories we have from it. We sailed out of Florida and headed down to the Caribbean on the Eastern Caribbean cruise and a stop at Castaway Cay. It was in October so the weather was great, still very hot and the people aboard were very sweet. They catered to our every move. I can say the food was delicious and the pool and spa were very relaxing, especially the "adult only" pool. We played a lot of games and enjoyed the scenery of the Islands.  One of my favorite parts was leaving the stateroom door open at night and listening to the ocean waves, great to go to sleep by.

“TheOne of the things I would love to do now is the Cruise to Alaska. The Disney Wonder will return to Alaska for another summer season of exploring the grandeur of America’s 49th state. 

Here are some of the Highlights of the Trip:
Sail north from vibrant Vancouver to picture-perfect Alaska and behold all kinds of wildlife, from bald eagles and bears to sea otters and whales—and surrender to scenic nature views, ice-blue glaciers, gushing waterfalls, snow-capped mountains and pristine fjords.

Alaska's most inspiring cities:
In Tracy Arm, discover what visitors to Alaska consider the most dramatic glaciers in the 49th state: the twin Sawyer Glaciers. Relive the days during the Klondike Gold Rush: take a ride on the White Pass & Yukon Route Railway in Skagway. Then, venture to Juneau, Alaska's capital, and explore the city's historic sites—including the capitol building, the state's oldest operating church and a saloon built during the city's mining era. Ketchikan boasts the largest collection of original 19th-century totem poles in the world. Be sure to spend some time at one of the 3 totem pole parks in the area—Totem Heritage Center, Saxman Totem Park and Totem Bight State Park.

This is my must do on this trip :
 For a more aquatic adventure, Ketchikan, known as the Salmon Capital of the World, offers kayaking and don't be surprised if you glimpse all kinds of native animals, including bald eagles, bears and whales!

The more I read, the more I want to go. This cruise sounds like a discovery of new places and an adventure you will never forget.

Thank you for joining me today. Your next stop on the Magical Blogorail Loop is 400 Miles to Disneyland

Here is the map of our Magical Blogorail should you happen to have to make a stop along the way and want to reboard:

1st Stop ~ Joanna and her Amazing Technicolor Interwebs
3rd Stop ~ 400 Miles to Disneyland
4th Stop ~ Disney In Our Blood
Final Stop ~ Mouse On The Mind

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  1. I'm with you Diane! Our one and only was now 13 years ago, and that is just way too long. My choice? A 12 day Med cruise please... :D

  2. 400 Miles to DisneylandJune 4, 2013 at 10:49 PM

    I'd love to do an Alaska cruise too! Looks beautiful!