I love free. Especially when it comes to traveling with my family.
So I'm thrilled with the news that Disney is letting kids 17 and younger sail free on its seven-night Mexican Riviera cruises on the Wonder from Jan. 23 through March 20, 2011.
Yes, it means taking kids out of school to travel. But I'm a big believer in travel as an education in and of itself. So, unless your child's teacher convinces you that taking him or her out of school for a week will mean the difference between Cornell and a community college, go ahead and do it.
The deal on the Wonder is only good on a limited number of staterooms. So don't dawdle if you're interested in this deal.
Adult rates for the seven-night Mexican Riviera itinerary start at $639 per person for a standard inside stateroom, based on double occupancy. To book a vacation or to get complete details on the "Kids Free" special offer, guests can visit disneycruise.com/kidsfree, call Disney Cruise Line at 888/DCL-2500 or contact their travel agent. Mention or input booking code "KFMR" when making the reservation.
Cindy Richards is the mom of two who gets her muse from traveling the world, usually with kids in tow. She also writes for TravelingMom.com, where she also serves as editor.
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