I seriously want on the repo cruise in May. I'm contemplating how to afford it, because I'm betting it'll be at least $2,000 per person for the cheapest category. However, if I get the new job I've been interviewing for, we'll be able to do it.
Oh, that's great! Dang....why can't they come back over the the west coast dang it!
Marge: Barnacle Bill's Home Pregnancy Test? Homer, shouldn't we have gone with a better-known brand?
Homer: But Marge, this one came with a corn-cob pipe!
Marge: [reading from the test box] "Ahoy, Maties! If the water turns blue, a baby for you! If purple ye see, no baby thar be!"
Homer: So, which is it? Blue or purple?
Marge: "If ye test should fail, to a doctor set sail!"
Well, this totally makes sense now that I think about it.
The article states that DCL will make the announcment from World Showcase. This wouldn't make sense for Alaska or Hawaii, since they're part of the U.S.
Disneyland Paris opened on April 12th, 1992, making 2007 the 15 year anniversary. This is a great way to bring people to the park.
You'd be surprised how many people, even in the TRAVEL industry that seems to forget that Alaska and Hawaii are states of the U.S.
That is still so cool!! I'd go if I could but I want to "feel the magic" (gosh that sounds kinda kinky) in the Caribbean before I go to the Europe one....though going there is my next on my 'travel wish list'.
Always keep smiling because you never know who is falling in love with it.
Hey, lets not pick on the travel industry. if your agent doesn;t know the states, then find a new agent.
As for the cruise, the least expensive cabins are probably going to be closer to $2500 per person. Then you have airfare along with that of anywhere from $700 to $1000 per person. This ship also we be doing 10 and 11 day cruises, which means more days at sea, so more drinks and other expenses while on board. For a couple, this will easily be a $5000 to $6000 trip and for a family of 4, it will be closer to $10,000. I think Disney is making a mistake. Europeans will not pay these kind of prices, and I think they are overestimating what the U.S. market will pay, especially with so many other cruise lines over in Europe with much better rates. You would really have to want to sail on Disney to justify their pricing.
I believe I said this would be happening on another thread here, not that I need a pat on the head or a cookie ... I'd also look for a tie-in to DLP's 15th Anniversary.
Also, for anyone interested in cruising on any of these dates (even the repo ones) don't freak when you hear about waiting lists and things selling out etc ... that's the same line DCL fed the public last year on the SoCal based cruises and there were plenty of cabins (even repo cruises) on most cruise sites weeks after Disney said everything was sold out, and they were discounted (only a small margin but still ...). In other words, don't believe it if you think if you aren't on the waitlist that you are SOOL. You're not.