I have been researching vacation destinations for next Jan for my family (1 child, age 3.5 at travel time) and have seriously considered a Disney cruise. We were looking at Caribbean islands like Grand Cayman or Aruba, but getting there takes all day (with connections, etc). We want to ensure we will have warm weather and Florida and the Bahamas are iffy in Jan. Would a Disney cruise be a good compromise? We like lazy vacations and I'm not sure I would want to get dressed up for dinner every night. Are there casual dining options? Is disembarking at ports a huge hassle? Are the pools insanely busy during the day? I like that we only have to get to Cape Canaveral and we will get to see several islands. Plus the kids club is great for my daughter. Any input?
Nervous we won't like cruising - considering Disney
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