Actually I`ve just noticed your countdown Tom.
You really HAVE booked your cruise....that`s great news. [We both have cause for a birthday celebration next year eh?]
Tis' true! PM sent.Originally Posted by Slowhand, post: 194835
Tom (... what's so special about our birthday's next year? I forgot.)
I normally wouldn't have done a five day cruise. I much prefer the longer 7 day cruise. But since 5 days is the longest they're offering on the Disney Dream and Carol wanted to go on the new ship, I compromised my standards and forced myself to make the reservation.
It was a sacrifice I just had to make!
Tom (... it was just something that HAD to be done!)
Yes. Yes it is. Especially since we both will have just recently reached that certain age!Originally Posted by Slowhand, post: 194841
Now, if I can just find quality dining partners for this cruise!
Tom (... I hear Castaway Cay calling!)
just a quick question do either of you 2 get sea sick
I'm sure Slowhand will pipe in here with his experience but my DW and I have never gotten sea sick on a Disney cruise.Originally Posted by daveann, post: 194896
Just to be safe, we usually get Dramamine Less Drowsy formula and start taking them the day before the cruise. Then take them daily throughout the cruise. We've never had a problem at all.
Tom (.. better living through chemistry!)
Herself is extremely sensitive to motion sickness and never has been ill on board, not once. She did take Dramamine the first few days of our first cruise, but no longer takes it at all anymore.
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i got really bad last year and am dreading it happen again this time but i have the bracelets and pills but i found only laying down helped