Rider Roundtable: Dream Cruising with Kids Part One

Rider Roundtable: Dream Cruising with Kids Part One

Hello fellow riders and welcome back to the WDW Ride Guide!  I’m your host Ben Crain.  We are back and ready to help you plan the most magical Disney vacation possible, or just have a little Disney fun until you can get back to the parks.

We have been off for a couple of weeks to enjoy time with family over the holidays and it feels good to be back!  During our time off I roped some of my family into sitting down to the roundtable to talk Disney.  It has been a long time since we sat down around the rider roundtable so let me remind you of how it works.

Instead of covering one ride at Walt Disney World, we go around the table to talk about a recent Disney vacation.  Every trip is different, and each time we go we learn something new.  I love sharing the lessons, tips, memories, and fun that we have on each trip.  What better way to get a more well rounded perspective than to hear from others that experience the magic.  So, each rider roundtable features a set of guests telling you about Disney in their own words.

Today, those guests include my wife’s brother Caleb and his wife Lacey.  I’m very eager to share their thoughts with you as they are newbies to the Disney magic.  This past October we recruited them to take a cruise aboard the Disney Dream.  They brought along their two little ones, our adorable niece and nephew, and we all had a great time.


In the podcast, Caleb and Lacey share their experiences as we set sail with kids.  This first cruise introduced us to the exceptional service of Disney when dealing with food allergies.  Be sure and listen to this week’s episode to hear about their first impressions, including the surprise hit of the trip, the Midship Detective Agency!

This week is part one of the rider roundtable with Caleb & Lacey.  Be sure and come back next week for part two as we discuss how kid friendly the ports of call were, along with lessons learned from first time cruisers!

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