Right now, I’m visiting Paris for the first time ever, and that means getting to see Disneyland Paris Resort! If you aren’t following along with The Mouse For Less on our social media channels, now is the perfect time to do so, as I’m sharing lots of great content from France!
Since I’m currently overseas, I thought I’d share with you about another recent trip I took that was also just as epic.
Last September, I had the opportunity to sail on the Disney Magic on a very interesting cruise. You see, this was the inaugural sailing of the Disney Cruise Line from New York to Quebec, Canada! The ship would be visiting the ports of Nova Scotia, Baie Comeau, Saguenay, and it would even be overnighting in Quebec.
I was very excited to travel on this sailing not only because it was the first time for the ship to visit the majority of these ports, but also because it was my first time sailing on the Disney Magic (only one more ship until I’ve been on all four!), it was also my first time visiting Canada, and it was a Halloween on the High Seas cruise!
You’ve been seeing some of my experience on this sailing via my Foodie Friday posts. Now, I could share the rest of my experience with via text here at the blog, or I could share with you my first hand thoughts, in the moment. You see, I vlogged the whole time during the seven night cruise and I think the best way to share what this cruise was really like is by sharing those vlog stories with you. So without further adieu, here is my journey on the Disney Magic.
Day 1 – Leaving New York
Day 2 – Day at Sea
Day 3 – Nova Scotia
Day 4 – Halloween on the High Seas
Day 5 – Saguenay
Day 6 – Baie Comeau
Day 7 – Quebec
It was a fantastic cruise and we really did have a great time sailing on the Disney Magic.
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