As I mentioned yesterday, my future in-laws took Mr. Munger, my mom, my sister, and I all on a Disney Cruise in September. And it was amazing because I was actually able to eat. Not to mention, it was also just a lot of fun.
We left from Vancouver, B.C. and went down to L.A. with a two-day stop in San Francisco to see the sights.
Because it was a Disney Cruise, there are Mickey Mouse heads tactfully and tastefully hidden everywhere. This Mickey head is much more blatantly obvious than most.
Our ship! This is in Vancouver.
While you’re not bombarded with Disney Characters, they do make guest appearances sometimes. This was during the “Sailing Away” party.
My sister, Shannon, in the hot tub. This was before we figured out how to turn it on.
The closest thing to a ball on the ship is Pirate Night. Everyone dresses up, and we were extra dressed up because De, my future mother-in-law, has mad skills when it comes to costumes. Shannon and I picked out the fabric we wanted, explained how we wanted it to look, and De did the rest.
Mr. Munger and I on deck during the pirate party. We were dressed as pirates on a ship as it was in the ocean and there were even fireworks; it was awesome!
Lovely San Francisco. Mom took this nice picture of the Golden Gate Bridge.
Food! I ate so much wonderful, gluten-free, allergy-free food while on the ship. After having a waitstaff who truly acted like they enjoyed taking care of me and helping me to have a great trip (rather than acting like I was an inconvenience!), I think I’m spoiled. Very spoiled.
Shannon eating gluten-free fries and a burger on deck. It was beautiful but pretty windy!
Mickey Mouse! Such a good trip.
Other Articles of Interest:
- How I was Able to Eat on a Disney Cruise
- How to Eat Out while Gluten-Free
- Disneyland: The Happiest (Gluten-Free) Place on Earth