Now that Labor Day is in the record books, it's time to plan for winter survival if you live above about 39 degrees latitude in the northern hemisphere like I do as a denizen of Philadelphia. Every year, my Seasonal Affective Disorder seems worse. By February, I am wallowing in despair. I have learned that I need to preemptively plan a trip to somewhere warm. One option is a cruise.
There are plenty of myths about cruising floating around the internet: they're full of old people, there's nothing to do, and so on. Most of them are fairly harmless and easily disproven, but if you're a true lover of cruising, nothing irks you more than the media shining its sensationalist spotlight on your favorite vacation.
Disney Cruise Line offers kid-friendly, Broadway-style shows in the evenings, family-friendly programming, adults-only spots, and world-class kids' clubs for kids of all ages. Which itineraries are the best? They are all family-friendly, with plenty of options depending on where you want to leave from and where you want to visit.