I used to when I was a kid. I was still living in New Jersey, and going back from the happy place in Florida to Clifton gets me each time. I broke the cycle when I was 7, after my spring break vacay.
Now I live in Florida, but the feeling of having to come back from the Parks is quite a downer. It's moreso if it's a cruise because service on DCL is TOPS compared to other cruise lines I've sailed. But I'm excited to post all those pics to a social media site. As for the DCL voyages, I'd save up for 5 years.
So how do you feel going home from that cruise with Mickey or a fun time at the Parks?
I feel like crying, because I had such a good time at the parks. I have not been on a cruise, DCL or other cruise ships. I want to go, but I do not have anyone who wants to go with me. OK, I am getting off -topic....
I have been to other theme parks, and it seems to me that when I come back from Disney, I feel like a princess, and with others, the employees treat you like, "Yeah, this is my job, get over it." the Cast members treat you like, "I love my job, and I love you too, but this does not feel like a job." the food it top notch, as well as the rooms. These are the reasons why I cry. I guess this is the reason why I do not mind paying the price I do for anything Disney. Yes, I do wish that the prices were a little lower, but hey if you want a quality vacay (You are not the only one who says that word), you get what you pay for.
by talfonso3 years ago
Despite living an hour from there, I don't buy souvenirs at Walt Disney World anymore. I might do it again soon if I have the money, but I'm very keen on making my own. I'm very crafty, so I'd usually embellish a few...
by DJ Funktual7 years ago
Not that anyone remembers me but if you do, you'll be somewhat happy for me. I am returning home to New York and am so happy about this! Intelligence in the audience will be a welcome change indeed!...
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