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Cost for 7-day; is Disney too much?

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We have reservations for a 7-day Western Caribbean cruise through Disney. The price is $5700, not including airfare. "We" consist of 2 adults and 3 children, and therefore we have a family suite.

My question is, does this sound like a lot of money? I'm fairly new to these boards and I'm reading that people are doing far more grander cruises than what we are for a lot less money.

Granted, I realize that accommodations for 5 rather than 4 are going to cost us more, but now I'm wondering if I should start shopping around more. We don't have our heart set on Disney, just liked what they had to offer and I have to admit I didn't do tons of research into other lines.

After airfare, tips, excursions, etc., this is going to cost us an average of $1000 per day. Too much?

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